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hello all! :-)
I am coming across conflicting reports on this issue. According to Maleev
1955 (Giant Carnivorous Dinosaurs of Mongolia) and Maleev 1974,
tyrannosaurids have opisthocoelous cervicals, but according to Maleev 1955
(New Carnivorous Dinosaurs from the Upper Cretaceous of Mongolia), Makovicky
1995, and the figures in Currie & Zhiming 2001, they appear to have
amphicoelous cervicals. Could someone clarify as to what the heck is going
on with this?
Also, in regards to my last message about oviraptorosaur mandibular
symphysi, Incisivosaurus has a fused mandibular symphysis (Xu et al. 2002).
Unrelated to either things and totally off-topic (redundant, I am), does
anyone know the complete citation for HP Jack Conrad's 1999 article on
therizinosauroids (The Problematic Therizinosauroids: The Nature of the
Beasts)? I think it was published in Dinosaur Illustrated Magazine, but I'm
not sure of the exacts, and I cannot find that site any longer. :-(
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