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Re: Futalognkosaurus or Laplatasaurus?

no, pictures are ok.  The material shown is from
Futalognkoss, but the slab was probably in the wrong
place (there are at least 3 slabs over the same
jacket). The misterious thing is that, as far as I
know, there are no Laplatass bones in Barreales...

--- "Richard W. Travsky" <rtravsky@uwyo.edu> escribió:

> NatGeo has a photo gallery on Futalognkosaurus and
> picture number three
> has these slabs in front of some vertebrae and the
> slabs say Laplatasaurus 
> etc on them - implying the remains are
> Laplatasaurus.
> Mixup in pictures?

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