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Re: taxonomy is not stratigraphy (was Re: JVP 25(2): New Dinos, Birds, Discoveries)
> Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2005 16:07:31 +0100 (BST)
> From: Denver Fowler <email@example.com>
>> For example, _Tyrannosaurus_ was a very large theropod, but
>> _Alamosaurus_ was not that impressive by sauropod standards.
> Well now, that's not very nice. As it happens, 'Alamosaurus' was
> very large indeed, even for a sauropod. I would go so far as to say
> 'Alamosaurus' may have been the biggest North American sauropod ever
> (my claim from SVP2004), certainly it gave all the morrison
> sauropods a run for their money.
That is news!
I searched for "Fowler" in the SVP 2004 abstracts PDF, but I couldn't
find the abstract for your talk. Is it available?
/o ) \/ Mike Taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.miketaylor.org.uk
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