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The Dinosaurs of China exhibit currently on display at
the Field Museum includes a specimen which is referred
to Dilophosaurus. If it's not Dilophosaurus, it's a
real close relative IMHO... :-)

Guy Leahy

--- Tim Williams <twilliams_alpha@hotmail.com> wrote:

> David Marjanovic wrote:
> >Not in this case. *Dilophosaurus* is monotypic (as
> mentioned, one specimen 
> >is known),
> A rare lapse from David M.  There are actually
> several specimens of 
> _Dilophosaurus_ known.  Aside from the holotype
> (UCMP 37302), we have a nice 
> skull showing the twin-crests (UCMP 77270), and a
> partial skeleton (UCMP 
> 3703).  There's also some fragmentary material
> referred to _Dilophosaurus_ 
> by Rob Gay, housed in the Museum of Northern
> Arizona.  There's only one 
> species of _Dilophosaurus_ (_D. wetherilli_), but
> it's known from several 
> specimens.
> Cheers
> Tim