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In a message dated 11/2/02 1:38:20 PM EST, andyfarke@hotmail.com writes:

<< There is an *incredible* amount of
 variation in ceratopsid skulls--just look at Chasmosaurus! I can easily
 distinguish many of the individuals belonging to Chasmosaurus belli simply
 by differences in horn proportions, snout length, or frill configuration. By
 the "gut instinct" criterion, this means they could be separate genera. >>

Can you give us a good reason why they should not be in separate genera after