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Re: Everything you know about the Iren Dabasu age is wrong...
--- "Jaime A. Headden" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Tim Donovan (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> <I don't believe it.>
Iren Dabasu has at least one dinosaur in common with
the Baynshirenian beds of Outer
Mongolia-Alectrosaurus. There is no doubt that the
Baynshirenian beds far underlie the Nemegt.
> The distance can be three miles and still indicate
> a drastic change in
Nemegtian taxa were very wide ranging. Tarbosaurus
occurs in southern China, well south of Iren Dabasu
where Alectrosaurus is known. The absence of
Tarbosaurus there, like the absence of Mesolanistes,
and Mongolemys etc argues against a Nemegtian age.
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