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Belgian neoceratopsians...



...namely, Craspedodon.

Godefroit, P. & Lambert, O. 2007. A re-appraisal of Craspedodon lonzeensis
DOLLO, 1883 from the Upper Cretaceous of Belgium: the first record of a
neoceratopsian dinosaur in Europe? Bulletin de L'Institut Royal des Sciences
Naturelles de Belgique, Sciences de la Terre, 77: 83-93.

Nope, don't even  have the abstract for this one (but would appreciate a pdf
of the whole thing when it is available).

The Europeans are talking about this on various non-English discussion
groups, but I haven't seen much mention of it in the Anglophone world.

Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
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