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RE: Question responses - the morning version
I suppose I should answer this what with me being third author and all.
Sorry it's late but I have been busy (read: in Vegas).
*Montanazhdarcho minor* was described in:
Padian, K., de Ricqles, A. J. & Horner, J. R. 1995. C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris
That paper only served to establish the adulthood of the specimen. The new
paper is a more complete osteology of the known material... a wing and chunk
of jaw from the Two Medicine. *M. minor* is a SMALL azhdarchid (contrary to
what is listed on DinoData... hint hint).
PaleoBios is put out by the University of California Museum of Paleontology
(http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/museum/PBSI.html). You can purchase a copy of
the journal (which also features some pretty pictures of a new bird species
from Messel) for $6.00. Just use one of the contacts on that website.
Mike de Sosa (note lower case :) )
> Ben Creisler wrote:
> >McGowen, M.R., K. Padian, M.A. de Sosa, and R.J. Harmon, 2002.
> >of Montanazhdarcho minor, an azhdarchid pterosaur from the Two Medicine
> >Formation (Campanian) of Montana. Paleobios: 22(1), May 15, 2002
> ($6.00) 20
> Is this a new azhdarchid or a better description of a previously
> known one?
> Incidentally, does the presence of "$6.00" indicate it can be
> purchased from
> somewhere? And if so, where?