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Re: Everything you know about the Iren Dabasu age is (right)



A nearly complete skeleton of Bactrosaurus was
collected from Bayshin Tsav, which is further evidence
Iren Dabasu correlates with the Baynshirenian of Outer
Mongolia.


--- Michael Mortimer <mickey_mortimer111@msn.com>
wrote:


> 
> The holotype (PIN 551-483) is from the Nemegt Basin,
> three referred 
> specimens (IGM 100/15, 100/16, 100/17) are from
> Khermeen Tsav.



 Do all these specimens represent different
individuals?

 
> Well, besides Segnosaurus from Amtgay, Khara Khutul
> and Baynsheen Tsav, we 
> have Erlikosaurus from Baysheen Tsav and
> Enigmosaurus from Khara Khutul.  
> What other Bayanshiree localities are you including,
> which segnosaur 
> specimens

 It doesn't appear they're known from Bayan Shire or
Khongil Tsav, but most of the Bayanshirenian
localities haven't been as well worked as Nemegtian
sites. In any event, based on what Currie and Eberth
said, it looks like they're most similar to Iren
Dabasu types.



                
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