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Re: Paired Eggs in a Dinosaur Indicate Biological Sex

Further evidence for paired oviducts in theropods: Horner reported "bumpy eggs" in _Dinosaurs Past and Present_ which were arrayed two by two in a line. They were elongate eggs, consistent with the general shape typical of theropod eggs (therizinosaurs notwithstanding).

Haven't these eggs since been referred to dromaeosaurs? If anyone knows the answer to this, could you please provide a reference?
"Dino Guy" Ralph W. Miller III
Docent at the California Academy of Sciences
proud member of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology