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Re: Currie and Bakker paper
At 11:54 AM 8/6/2003, KCarpenter@DMNS.org wrote:
yes, they (Bakker with Currie's name attached) have been "working" [sic]
on this for over 15 years.
Kenneth Carpenter, Ph.D.
Is there maybe another paper in the works/started/whatever about the new
Daspletosaurus? It was listed in the APP paper as Currie and Bakker (in
Prep.), so I wondered if (possibly due to the new juvenile found) if the
paper had gone in a new direction? I got the weird impression from reading
the "Nanotyrannus" paper and the Horner and Lessem T. rex book that the new
"stretch-snouted Daspletosaurus" was going to be a description of the RTMP
81.10.1 (the good Albertosaurus skull) as a species of Daspletosaurus. I
am also hoping that if Currie is the main author (or even an equal partner)
it will be published somewhere not quite so...... obscure as Bakker's
papers are sometimes published. Maybe more readily available is a better
way of saying it.
Darryl Jones <email@example.com>
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