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RE: And the Largest Theropod Is....
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> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of
> Mickey Mortimer
> Kelmayisaurus "gigantus" Grady 1993
> This nomen nudum was listed in Grady's book as having an axial column 22
> meters long. Though Grady said he got the name from Russell's notebook,
> Russell hadn't heard of it. Dong's supposedly working on it, but
> natural suspicion is that it's a sauropod. We'll have to see what
> happens if
> it ever gets published, but I doubt the 22+ meter long theropod
> will hold.
My hypothesis: Grady mistook "Klamelisaurus" for "Kelmayisaurus".
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
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