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Re: New papers and on-line collections
Correct that. . .no theropods mentioned. Sorry to get everyone's hopes up!
Andrew A. Farke
South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Box P404
501 East St. Joseph Street
Rapid City, SD 57701
----- Original Message -----
From: "Andy Farke" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2002 7:43 AM
Subject: New papers and on-line collections
> (Warning: theropods mentioned in the following post)
> I just received my copy of Journal of Paleontology. . .a few nice
> one of which has already been mentioned on list.
> HP Holtz posted the Alamosaurus article earlier this month, when the
> version was available.
> Lehman, T. M., and A. B. Coulson. 2002. A juvenile specimen of Alamosaurus
> sanjuanensis from the Upper Cretaceous of Big Bend National Park, Texas.
> Journal of Paleontology 76(1):156-172.
> Already mentioned on-list.
> Brinkman, D. B. and A. G. Neuman. 2002. Teleost centra from uppermost
> River Group (Dinosaur Park Formation, Campanian) of Alberta, Canada.
> of Paleontology 76(1): 138-155.
> Not dinosaur, but related to Judith River paleecology. Rather than naming
> new taxa, Brinkman and Neuman concentrate on morphological groups. They
> identify at least 15 teleost morphogroups--way more teleosts than you've
> seen described before from that formation. As they point out, it
> the importance of considering even disarticulated fish material.
> Cione, A. L. and G. V. R. Prasad. 2002. The oldest known catfish
> Siluriformes) from Asia (India, Late Cretaceous). Journal of Paleontology
> 76(1): 190-193.
> Self-explanatory. . .identified on the basis of a spine.
> Also, the journal announced that the University of Wyoming's collection
> catalogue is up on the net! http://paleo.gg.uwyo.edu.
> Andrew A. Farke
> South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Box P404
> 501 East St. Joseph Street
> Rapid City, SD 57701