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Re: Allosaurus topotype

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by Stephan Pickering
Monday, 18. November 2002 12:48 

> These converted clade names

There is no such thing as a converted clade (let alone species) name, and it 
will stay that way until "January 1, 200n", when the PhyloCode will be 
implemented; n is not 0, 1, 2 and certainly not 3 either.

> Chure believes the lacrimal horn variations may be due
> to sexual dimorphism. However, enough material is
> known to support my tentative erection of another
> Allosaurus species within this clade.

Does this mean you can show sexual dimorphism within *A. whitei*?