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Re: Two new papers
Many thanks for this information!!!
Needless to say, I'd be very grateful for the pdfs... does someone happen to
have them? :-9
> A well-developed postorbital was also preserved in the skull, which
> was a diapsidian skull like that of
Does it say if the postorbital and the jugal meet?
Can I tell you how I've _waited_ for that misspelling? :-)
> Additionally, the
> distinctive preservation of its prefrontal distinguishes it from other
> enantioruthine birds of the Early Cretaceous.
> Aberratiodontuiformes ord. nov.
> Aberratiodontuidae fam. nov.
> Aberrtiodontus wui gen. et sp. nov.
Or suchlike. Or whatever...
> A New Troodontid (Theropoda: Troodontidae) from the Lower Cretaceous
> Yixian Formation of Western Liaoning, China
> the only known specimen, which comprises an
> articulated skelton with the presacral vertebral, shoulder girdle and
> forelimbs missing as preserved.
> Sinusonasus magnodens gen. et sp. nov.
This hurts. Really. <stomach ache>