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David Marjanovic writes:
> Dinodata.org reports the following:
> "A new camarasaurid from the Middle Jurassic, Xiashaximiao
> Formation in Dashanpu, China is described in Peng, G.; Ye, Y.; Gao,
> Y.; Shu, C. & Jiang, S. (2005): Jurassic Dinosaur Faunas in
> Zigong. Sichuan People's Publishing House, Zigong. The only place
> in the world where this publication is for sale is at the Zigong
> Dinosaur Museum"
> Should this be considered published for ICZN purposes...?
> No details available to me because dinodata.org now requires
> registration (!).
I registered with dinodata some time ago, but even when I'm logged in
it won't let me see its write-up of this new animal. It's a shame
that another one-useful website has become so difficult to use. What
with losing both this _and_ the Dinosauricon, we're actually worse off
for dinosaurs on the Web now than we were five years ago.
/o ) \/ Mike Taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.miketaylor.org.uk
)_v__/\ Make sure the description serves the story, not vice versa.