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Re: Bitten Ornithopod on This Side Of Hell?

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From: "Dino Rampage" <dino_rampage@hotmail.com>
To: <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Sent: Sunday, March 30, 2003 7:29 AM
Subject: Re: Bitten Ornithopod on This Side Of Hell?

> I do remember there is a Torosaurus bonebed while the much more common
> Triceratops does not.

The Torosaurus "bonebed" is that for the type quarry of Torosaurus (first
referred to ?Arrhinoceratops) utahensis, from the North Horn Formation of
Utah (which seems to be a Lance/Hell Creek equivalent, in part). If I
remember right, Gilmore and crew collected around half a dozen individuals.
No Torosaurus bonebeds from the Lance or Hell Creek, unfortunately. . .:-(

Andrew A. Farke
South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Box P301
501 E. St. Joseph St.
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Phone: 605-394-2817

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