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Re: Many New Papers

Yuan, C. 2004. Further study of Yanornis martini (Ornithurae) from the Mesozoic Jehol Biota in western Liaoning, China. Acta Geologica Sinica 78:464-467.
Note that this is NOT the English Edition of this journal

All the better. The library here has the Chinese but not the English edition. B-)

Ye, Y., Gao, Y.-H., and Jiang, S. 2005. A new genus of sauropod from Zigong, Sichuan. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 43:175-181.

       New "bellusaurine" brachiosaurid, _Daanosaurus zhangi_ from the
Upper Jurassic of Sichuan. [...] Reportedly a juvenile individual.

Why else would it be "bellusaurine"!

Zan, S.-Q., Chen, J., Jin, L.-Y., and Li, T. 2005. A primitive ornithopod from the Early Cretaceous Quantou Formation of central Jilin, China. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 43:182-193.


From the third post in this line:

Liu, Y., and Liu, Y. 2005. Comment on '40Ar/39Ar dating of ignimbrite from
Inner Mongolia, northeastern China, indicates a post-Middle Jurassic age for
the overlying Daohugou Bed' by H.Y. He et al. Geophysical Research Letters

Contests (and very well, I might add) the report of a few months ago
that the Daohugou is post-Middle Jurassic. I stand corrected on that one!

What was that report, and what's wrong with it?

(And are both authors "Liu, Y."?