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Re: Iguanodon species



Tommy Bradley wrote-

Thank you for the info. I guess that is to be expected.
Should it be retained as a species of *Iguanodon* until it's *Camptosaurian* status can be fully substantiated?

It was already officially transferred to Camptosaurus-

Norman, D. B. & Barrett, P. M. Ornithischian dinosaurs from the Lower
Cretaceous (Berriasian) of England, pp. 161-189.

http://www.cmnh.org/dinoarch/2003Jan/msg00015.html

Mickey Mortimer

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