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> From: Tracy L. Ford [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 11:49 PM
> To: Dinonet (E-mail)
> Subject: Ricardoestesia
> Hi George;
> In my list on Ricardoestesia I'm putting in a note explaining that this is
> the correct and intended spelling of the name. What I need to put in is R.
> Estes first name. Is it Ricardo Estes? Though every one else puts Richard
> Tracy L. Ford
> P. O. Box 1171
> Poway Ca 92074
As far as I can recall, it was "Richard". The "Ricardo" part was for the
Latinization of the name.
And speaking of Ricardoestesia, the following paper is just in in the latest
Journal of Paleontology:
JULIA T. SANKEY, DONALD B. BRINKMAN, MERRILEE GUENTHER, and PHILIP J.
CURRIE. 2002. SMALL THEROPOD AND BIRD TEETH FROM THE LATE CRETACEOUS (LATE
CAMPANIAN) JUDITH RIVER GROUP, ALBERTA. Journal of Paleontology: Vol. 76,
No. 4, pp. 751–763.
(Sorry about all the caps, but to save time I was cutting & pasting from the
html version of the paper).
Describes a collection of ~1700 small theropod teeth from the Judith River
Group, including Paryonychodon lacustris and ?Dromaeosaurus, both of which
show wear facets (!!), Saurornitholestes, Dromaeosaurus, Richardoestesia (so
spelt) gilmorei and R. isoceles, Troodon, and bird teeth.
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
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