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Re: Alabama Tyrannosauroids
I had written that Carr, Williamson and King were going to do work on the
Alabama tyrannosaur, but was reminded offlist that this is incorrect; it's
Schwimmer, not King, who is authoring on this:
"Carr, T. D., T. E. Williamson, and D. R. Schwimmer. In Press. A new
and species of tyrannosauroid from the Late Cretaceous (Middle
Demopolis Formation of Alabama. _Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology_."
Jaime A. Headden
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