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RE: reference request help: dinosaur pelvises being scavenged.

Here is one of the possible articles:

Erickson, G. M., Van Kirk, S. D., Su, J., Levenston, M. E., Caler, W. E. &
Carter, D. R., 1996: Bite-force estimations for Tyrannosaurus rex from
tooth-marked bones.
?Nature: Vol. 382, pp. 706-708 


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> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-dinosaur@usc.edu [mailto:owner-dinosaur@usc.edu] 
> On Behalf Of Denver Fowler
> Sent: 6. maaliskuuta 2006 4:27
> To: dinosaur@usc.edu
> Subject: reference request help: dinosaur pelvises being scavenged.
> Hi people,
> I am trying to remember which reference contains the 
> suggestion that theropods would have specifically attacked 
> the pelvic area of carcasses. There was a paper that 
> described some scavenged dinosaur carcasses which had damaged 
> ilia... I reffed it in my MSc thesis, but I don't have a copy 
> of that to hand and I just don't seem to be able to find the 
> reference. i suspect it may be:
> 1992b SANDER, P.M. The taphonomy of the Norian Plateosaurus 
> bonebeds of central Europe.
> Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 93, 255-299.
> ...but I don't have this as a pdf or in paper (for some 
> reason) so i can't check. Could somebody help me out 'cause 
> I'm going mad! A PDF would be great, but just checking the 
> ref would help or if you can remember where this comment is.
> Thanks all in advance,
> Denver.
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