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Re: More on Parasaurolophus
From: "Aspidel" Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org To: Subject: Re: More on
Parasaurolophus Date: Fri, 26 Jul 2002 08:57:07 +0200Parasaurolophus is also known from the De-na-zin member of the lower
Kirtland of NM c 73 Ma.
From: "Nicholas Gardner"
> What horizon/formation did Parasaurolophus hail from? > What type of
dinosaurs (including avians) are known from there?
Judith River Group.
You'll find more informations here:
http://personal2.stthomas.edu/jstweet/fauna.htm Alas this page doesn't
> Does anyone think it was possible that hypsilophodontids hunted bugs
near > colonies of hadrosaurs like in "The Presence of Dinosaurs"?
There're 2 possibilities IMHO: either _Parasaurolophus_ accept _Orodromeus_
in the herd, or there's a more aggressive leader in the herd which drives
_Orodromeus_ out. Personnally I prefer the first one. Imagining the
behaviour of dinosaurs is always speculation, but isn't it what
paleoartists like to do?
Friendly - Aspidel.
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