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Re: O. skarzynskii, N. mongoliensis material

Aspidel wrote:

Nemegtosaurus: a partial skull AFAIK.

The type skull is mostly complete, and a second skull from the same locality has been referred to this genus. (See The Age of Dinosaurs in Russia and Mongolia).

Opisthocoelicaudia: a skeleton lacking the skull, the neck and the end of
the tail.

As I wrote before, additional O. skarzynskii caudal material has been found. Other sauropod remains have been discovered in Nemegtian beds over the past several years.


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