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One more paper
there is another new dino paper:
Maganuco S., Cau A., and Pasini G., 2005 - First description of theropod
remains from the Middle Jurassic (Bathonian) of Madagascar. Atti della
Società Italiana di Scienze Naturali e del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale
in Milano, 146 (II): 165-202.
Abstract - New theropod remains from the Middle Jurassic (Bathonian) of NW
Madagascar are described that include 49 isolated teeth and a dorsal
vertebra. Being referable to at least three taxa, they provide a first
insight into the high morphological biodiversity in the Middle Jurassic
theropods. They may represent the oldest Gondwanan material referable to the
Abelisauridae and Coelurosauria found up to today; however, lacking more
exhaustive data on theropod dentition, their affinities remain uncertain
pending more complete material.
The first author (Simone Maganuco) told to me that the pdf will be
available in the fall, while if You are interested to a reprint, You can
write directly to Simone (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Via S.Giovanni Battista, 7/23
16154 GENOVA SESTRI P. - ITALY
"Volunteer of Museo Paleontologico Cittadino, Monfalcone"
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