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In a message dated 11/4/02 2:46:18 AM EST, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
<< *A. wichmannianus*'s dentary in resemblance to this, they would be
There's a small problem with classifying Antarctosaurus as a rebbachisaurid.
Antarctosauridae Olshevsky, 1978 has priority over Rebbachisauridae, which
was created much more recently (don't recall citation/reference off top of
head; Sereno? Wilson & Sereno?). And if one classifies Antarctosaurus as a
"titanosaurid," a family name based on a nomen dubium, then one needs to
choose the next available family name for Titanosauridae, which would be,
guess what--Antarctosauridae Olshevsky, 1978.