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Re: New Idaho Paleo Ref
You should ask Bill Akersten at Idaho State in Pocatello
(email@example.com) also a frequent poster on the vertpaleo list. There are
more papers out there with Bill and Dave Weishampel as authors, including
<Weishampel, D. B., M. B. Meers, W. A. Akersten, and A. D. McCrady. 2002.
New Early Cretaceous dinosaur remains, including probable ceratopsians,
from the Wayan Formation of eastern Idaho. pp. 5-17 , In: Akersten, W. A.,
M. E. Thompson, D. J. Meldrum, R. A. Rapp, and H. G. McDonald (Eds.). And
Whereas... Papers on the Vertebrate Paleontology of Idaho Honoring John A.
White, Volume 2. Idaho Museum of Natural History, Pocatello, Idaho.>
Anyone insterested should get both volumes of the "And whereas..."
series, with vol. 3 in the works, and they can be examined at
Jaime A. Headden
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