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A couple of replies (was RE: Triceratops forelimb & RE: Stokesosaurus)
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> Is there a pub forthcoming as a result of this project? I still
> haven't seen a decent photo of the new mount. There is an
> apparently digital
> image of the new mount at the Smithsonian that is extremely difficult to
> read: http://www.mnh.si.edu/exhibits/triceratops/
> It's been over a year after the "unveiling", what's the deal? Dr.
> Holtz? DV
Not my project! Will ask around and see if any of the participants have
something in the works. However, I will note that at least some prominent
internationally well-known ornithischian paleontologists do not agree with
the posture and a few other aspects of that mount.
RE: Stokesosaurus, from Nick Longrich
> Personally I'd like to see what the Liaoning beds present in the
> way of tyrannosaurids.
As would I!!!
> We've got dromaeosaurids, troodontids,
> therizinosaurs, oviraptorosaurs, it will probably just be a matter of
> time until many of the other branches of the theropod family tree show
Some sooner rather than later... :-)
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
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University of Maryland College Park Scholars
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