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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
Note that this is NOT the English Edition of this journal
All the better. The library here has the Chinese but not the English
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
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
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."?