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Re: Tetanurae

Mickey wrote: "I'd say Dandakosaurus, "Saltriosaurus", "Walkersaurus", Cryolophosaurus and Magnosaurus."

I wouldn't use Crylophosaurus; theer have been a few good presentations (hopefully papers will be in press soon) on the material, but it doesn't look tetanuran to me.

Scott Hartman
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-----Original Message-----
From: mickey_mortimer111@msn.com
To: dinosaur@usc.edu
Sent: Wed, 6 Dec 2006 12:08 PM
Subject: RE: Tetanurae

David Marjanovic wrote-Â
Please help me -- I need to know whether we need to redo lots of
>calculations for a paper. Is there any certain tetanuran older than
Normally I'd go to Mickey M's homepage to check that out, but the "requested resource does not exist on this server".Â
It's moved slightly-Â
I have an updated version that's not quite ready for uploading.Â
I'd say Dandakosaurus, "Saltriosaurus", "Walkersaurus", Cryolophosaurus and Magnosaurus.Â
Mickey MortimerÂ

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