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Re: Hypsilophodon/ pachycephalosaur distribution

That's "Camptosaurus"  depressus

>>> "Ken Carpenter" <KCarpenter@dmns.org> 03/Dec/03 >>>
I suspect that "Hypsilophodon" wielandi is the same as "Camprosaurus" depressus 
is MAYBE the same as Iguanodon lakotaensis. We may know soon because the 
Oklahoma Museum of Natural History has collected new ornithopod material from 
the Lakota Formation.

Kenneth Carpenter, Ph.D.
Curator of Lower Vertebrate Paleontology &
Chief Preparator
Dept. of Earth Sciences
Denver Museum of Natural History 
2001 Colorado Blvd.
Denver, CO 80205

Phone: (303)370-6392
Fax: (303)331-6492
email: KCarpenter@DMNS.org 

For fun:

>>> "TIMOTHY BRIDGEMAN" <timlee3005@earthlink.net> 03/Dec/03 >>>

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Adam S Smith" <sea_saur@yahoo.co.uk>
To: "dinosaur mailing list" <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2003 11:09 AM

> Just some quickies:
 Is the genus _Hypsilophodon_ known from outside of Europe?<

The closest that I can find is Hypsilophodon wielandi,from the Dakota
Formation,South Dakota U.S.A.However it's only known from a femur,so to
quote the DinoData site where I found this information,"H.weilandi probably
represents a new but presently indeterminate ornithopod genus."

> Also, with the exception of _Yaverlandia, are pachycephalosaurs known from
the Early Cretaceous? And if so where?<

Yaverlandia is the only example of Early Cretaceous pachycephalosaur I can

John Bridgman
site where I found this information: