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RE: Araucanoraptor (with a side order of sour grapes)
Talking about Argentinean nomina nuda, who and where created the name
Martínez and Novas (1997) didn't even mention that name.
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From: Mickey Mortimer <Mickey_Mortimer111@msn.com>
Sent: Wednesday, February 18, 2004 7:25 PM
Subject: Re: Araucanoraptor (with a side order of sour grapes)
> Tommy Bradley wrote-
> > I'm currently working on *Araucanoraptor* again, and curious if it's
> > (nomina nuda) has changed since I last researched it, or if there have
> > any further developments in its genetic status, phylogenic placement, or
> > possible synonymy with another genus or species.
> "Araucanoraptor" Novas vide Anonymous 1997
> "A. argentinus" Novas vide Anonymous 1997
> Late Turonian-Early Coniacian, Late Cretaceous
> Portezuelo Formation of the Rio Neuquen Subgroup, Argentina
> Material- (2.5 m) partial femur, pes (pedal ungual II 65 mm)
> Description- Arctometatarsalian metatarsus (Holtz, DML 1997).
> Comments- Discovered in 1-96 during a National Geographic Society
> References- Novas, Cladera and Puerta, 1996. New theropods from the Late
> Cretaceous of Patagonia. JVP 16(3) 56A.
> Anonymous, 1997. Clarin (Argentine newspaper). 7-23-97.
> Novas, Apesteguia, Pol and Cambiaso, 1999. Un probable Troodontido
> (Theropoda - Coelurosauria) del Cretacico Tardio de Patagonia. XV Jornadas
> Argentinas de Paleontologia de Vertebrados (La Plata). Ameghiniana 36 (S),
> p. 17R.
> Mickey Mortimer