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Re: Late Triassic prosauropods from Madagascar and Texas

A differerent interpretation of this tooth is provided in:

Nesbitt, S. J., Irmis, R. B., and W. G. Parker, 2007.  A critical
reevaluation of the Late Triassic dinosaur taxa of North America.  Journal
of Systematic Palaeontology 5(2):209-243.

I can provide a PDF if anyone wants one.

Bill Parker
Vertebrate Paleontologist
Division of Resource Management
Petrified Forest National Park
P.O. Box 2217
1 Park Road
Petrified Forest, AZ 86028
(928) 524-6228 x262

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I was recently reading through Harris et al. (2002) and was curious if
any follow up  had taken place concerning their identification of an
isolated tooth as a belonging to a "prosauropod" dinosaur. I know that
in the past, the identifications of dental material by Heckert and
others has come under fire, and I was curious if this too was in

Also, has there been any further work on the Madagascaran "prosauropods"?


Nick Gardner