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Re: Aletopelta coombsi

--- Nick <nick.gardner@gmail.com> wrote:

> Ford and Kirkland's description in that volume is the only
> description/discussion I am aware of explicitly using Aletopelta (with
> the exception of Carpenter's paper on ankylosaur phylogenetics which
> lists it at the very least as a valid taxon).

But also have a look at Coombs and Demere, 1996. This was the first paper to 
throughly describe
the material of Alectopelta, though it wasn't actually named back then.

Coombs & Demere, 96. "A Late Cretaceous nodosaurid ankylosaur from marine 
sediments....<etc etc>.
In Jour. Pal. 70: 311-326. 

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