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Re: Antonio's grant

Btw, in which institution is ''Antonio'' currently
does anyone have a link to the institute??

anyway, sounds like an important specimem. in the last
20 years, the search for basal forms of various
subgroups seemingly has been a perogative. Currently
from europe, Telmatosaurus seems to be the most
complete basal hadrosauroid (already formally
described. ......and the only one. I can't see why
''Antonio'' couldn't be important. It should be a

I'm trying to think of organisations which would give
grants.....i'm out of my depth, unfortunately. 
maybe National geographic.

Well anyway, Dalla Vecchia, good luck with this matter.

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