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Re: new site bearing dinosaur remains found in Brazil



> Date: Sun, 20 Feb 2005 22:50:02 -0500
> From: Nick Pharris <npharris@umich.edu>
> 
> > >Really?  DiplodocIDs in South America?  Exciting if true.  (So far as
> > >I am aware, the only diplodocoid currently known from South America is
> > >the dicraeosaurid _Amargasaurus_.)
> >
> > And Rayososaurus, and Limaysaurus, and Amazonsaurus...
> > At least using the prevailing definition of Diplodocoidea (Diplodocus <-
> > Saltasaurus).
> 
> ...and maybe _Agustinia_, if it's not a titanosaur.

Interesting.  Where as this been suggested?

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