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RE: Journal of Paleontology Papers



Jaime A. Headden wrote:

Thus the authors revise the hypodigm of *Dianchungosaurus lufengensis* to the
type and refer the paratype to an indeterminate prosauropod. The only other
ornithischians from the Lower Lufeng Formation are *Tatisaurus* and
*Beinosaurus*.

According to Barrett and Xu, _Bienosaurus_ may not be an ankylosaur, as originally described; they cite a pers. comm. from Parish, but do not elaborate on what it might be.


So the only known heterodontosaurids come from South Africa (several genera), the United States (unnamed), and England (if _Echinodon_ is a heterodontosaurid)? Is there anything I'm missing?


Cheers

Tim