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Re: Tarchia, Silvisaurus, Panoplosaurus

Tarchia is based mostly on cranial material, Silvisaurus on a partial skeleton, 
and Panoplosaurus on a partial skeleton and at least 2 skulls. If your interest 
in life restorations, we know little about the armor pattern except for the 
neck region of Silvisaurus and Panoplosaurus.

Kenneth Carpenter, Ph.D.
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>>> <padron@stud.ntnu.no> 28/Oct/02 >>>
I'm trying to find skeletal information on these, and all i can find is 
skull images.
Does anybody on the list have a as-full-as-possible skeletal diagram on 
one or more of these species?
or know the exact list of what bones are actually known for Silvisaurus 
and Panoplosaurus (i know Tarchia's supposed to be fairly complete)

I'd appreciate any info, especially detailed skeletal diagramms.
Thanks a lot id advance!

--------Øyvind M. Padron--------