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Re: rebbs and other stuff

yes, Matias,
but up to now, hadros (and lambs) (IF THEY ARE) come
only from Late Campanian-Early Maastrichtian units,
which is consistent with the Bonaparte's biogeographic
proposal and the arrival of Gw taxa (IF THEY ARE) to
North America.
Recent findings of putative hadros in earlier units
have not been confirmed, and they could be easily big

 --- Matias Soto <soto@adinet.com.uy> escribió:

> > > Finally, by Lateset Cret, we have [...] several
> hadros
> >
> > Several? *Secernosaurus*, *"Kritosaurus"
> australis*, and...???
> >
> > <hoping for new discoveries :-) >
> Well, there are several localities which have
> yielded hadrosaurid remains in
> Argentina, including undescribed hadrosaurines and
> lambeosaurines, but these
> advances have been published in local congresses.
> All the best,
> Matías Soto

Lic. Sebastian Apesteguia
Seccion Paleontologia de Vertebrados
Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales 'B. Rivadavia'
Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA


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