[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index][Subject Index][Author Index]
Re: Most important paper for 2004?
jay nair wrote-
> important announcements of 2004 include Mirischia,
This was described and illustrated in 2000. All that happened in 2004 was
naming and more precise placement in Compsognathidae.
Eh, Argentina's collection of hypsilophodonty things is growing-
Gasparinisaura, Notohypsilophodon, Anabisetia...
Basically similar to Sinosauropteryx and from the same formation.
> In contrast, Limayasaurus's announment
> (in JVP) significantly improves the data on
> rebbachisaurids in South America, just as Nigersaurus
> did a few years ago in Africa. Before either, the
> Rebbachisauridae was poorly represented.
But the species tessonei was named and described in detail in 1995. All the
2004 paper did was place it in a new genus and describe a fragmentary
Undergraduate, Earth and Space Sciences
University of Washington
The Theropod Database - http://students.washington.edu/eoraptor/Home.html