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Re: New & Slightly Old-ish Papers
On 2/14/06, Jerry D. Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> _Oryctos_ looks like it's listed its 2002 (v. 4) and 2004 (v. 5) issues, to
> Table of Contents Volume 4, 2002
> Description of a partial skeleton of Rhabdodon priscus (Euornithopoda) from
> the Upper Cretaceous of Vitrolles (Bouches du Rhône, France) M.
> Remarks on Psittacosaurus sattayaraki Buffetaut & Suteethorn, 1992, a
> ceratopsian dinosaur from the Lower Cretaceous of Thailand E. BUFFETAUT &
> V. SUTEETHORN
ORYCTOS, vol. 4: 39-70, 2002
Description of a partial skeleton of Rhabdodon priscus (Euornithopoda)
from the Upper Cretaceous of Vitrolles (Bouches du Rhône, France)
Université de Toulouse, France et Musée des Dinosaures, 11260 Espéraza, France.
Abstract : An incomplete partially articulated skeleton of the
ornithopod dinosaur Rhabdodon priscus Matheron, 1869, has been
discovered in the lower Maastrichtian of Vitrolles (Bouches du Rhône,
France). The description of its remains allows us to clarify the
diagnosis of Rhabdodon priscus. This study also provides discussion on
the systematic placement of Rhabdodon priscus within the
Euornithopoda. Numerous anatomical characters suggest that it is
closely related to Tenontosaurus tilletti, a Lower Cretaceous basal
iguanodontian from North America.
Keywords: Dinosauria, Ornithischia, Ornithopoda, Euornithopoda, Rhabdodon
ORYCTOS, vol. 4: 71-73, 2002
Remarks on Psittacosaurus sattayaraki Buffetaut & Suteethorn, 1992, a
ceratopsian dinosaur from the Lower Cretaceous of Thailand
Eric BUFFETAUT1 & Varavudh SUTEETHORN2
1 CNRS, 16 Cour du Liégat, 75013 Paris, France
2 Geological Survey Division, Department of Mineral Resources, Rama VI
road, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Abstract : The validity of Psittacosaurus sattayaraki, from the Early
Cretaceous of Thailand, has recently been questioned by Sereno, who
claims that the material is poorly preserved and can only be referred
to as "Ceratopsia incertae sedis". We correct several inaccuracies in
Sereno's discussion, and reassert that the Thai material warrants
identification as a distinct species of the genus Psittacosaurus.
Keywords : Psittacosaurus, Early Cretaceous, Thailand, preservation,
Off the website, I found the above, does anyone know of a distributor
that carries this journal? Bioone doesn't have it, and I'm interested
in both of these articles.