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Hi, I've seen in the original description of Quilmesaurus curriei that
there is no specification for the etymology of the genus name (for the
specific name it's quite obvious). There is someone that know the derivation?
And again, what's the root for the word 'tutus' (Euoplocephalus)?
Thanks in advance to all.
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