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Piotr Gasiorowski <email@example.com> wrote:
Abstract. An accumulation of skeletons of the pre-dinosaur _Silesaurus
opolensis_ gen. et sp. n. is described from the Keuper (Late Triassic)
claystone of KrasiejÃ³w in southern Poland.
The genus is probably named after Silesia, a region in southern Poland. The
species name likely pertains to Opole, a county and city in Poland, named
after the medieval Opolans tribe of Slavs.
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