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Re: Adieu Ingenia



On 4/9/04 3:03 pm, "T. Michael Keesey" <mightyodinn@yahoo.com> wrote:

> --- Mickey Mortimer <Mickey_Mortimer111@msn.com> wrote:
>> 
>> Are there any other Mesozoic dinosaurs in need of renaming?  I know
I thought the name 'Phobetopter' or something similar had been proposed to
replace 'Phobetor' - has this name not been properly defined? Or am I just
imagining things?

        Cheers,

            Christopher Taylor

>> "Ischyrosaurus" is preoccupied, but that's been known for fifteen years, and
>> no one's bothered to do anything about it.
> 
> _Syntarsus_....
> 
> Seriously though:
> _Coelosaurus antiquus_ (probably a nomen dubium, anyway)
> _Cylindricodon_ (probably _Hylaeosaurus_ teeth; I'm not aware of any trivial
> epithet)
> _Dinosaurus gresslyi_ (?=_Plateosaurus engelhardti_)
> _Gigantosaurus africanus_ (usually placed in _Barosaurus_, anyway)
> _Plegadornis_ (?=_Ichthyornis_; don't know the trivial epithet)
> 
> 
> And for pterosaurs:
> _Odontorhynchus aculeatus_ (type specimen lost, anyway)
> _Phobetor parvus_
> _Ptenodactylus_ (?=_Ornithocheirus_; don't know trivial epithet)
> 
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