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Karongasaurus gittelmani - First "real" on-line dinosaur named
The new issue of Palaeontologia Electronica is out (volume 8, no. 1). .
.it's a big one, in honor of the late William Downs III.
Dino-relevant highlights include:
Turtle Tracks in the Judith River Formation (Upper Cretaceous) of
South-Central Montana 8.1.9A
Anthony R. Fiorillo
Anaglyph Stereo Imaging of Dinosaur Track Morphology and
Stephen M. Gatesy, Neil H. Shubin, and Farish A. Jenkins, Jr.
A Morphological Model and CT Assessment of the Skull of Pachyrachis
problematicus (Squamata, Serpentes), A 98 Million Year-Old Snake
with Legs from the Middle East 8.1.26A
M.J. Polcyn, Louis L. Jacobs, and Annat Haber
Sauropod Dinosaurs from the Early Cretaceous of Malawi, Africa
Elizabeth M. Gomani
The Gomani paper names Karongasaurus gittelmani, a new sauropod. Correct me
if I'm wrong, but is this the first "real" [excluding vanity publications,
etc.] dinosaur to be named in an exclusively digital format?
All articles are available for free at
Andrew A. Farke
Department of Anatomical Sciences
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY