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Re: marginal differences
> >From: zone65 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >How do the two species of Triceratops differ? Again, it's not just
> a matter
> >of splitting hairs?
> Forster (1996) characterized _Triceratops horridus_ as having a
> rostrum, an open postfrontal fontanelle, and relatively long
> horncores. She characterized _T. prosus_ as having a short
> rostrum, a
> closed postfrontal fontanelle, and relatively short horns. As
> Lehman (1998)
> argues, however, these two morphs span "a gradational
> and thus there is likely only one valid species of _Triceratops_,
> Jordan Mallon
Thanks - I'd concur that one Triceratops is enough.