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Re: New Papers of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
David Marjanovic writes:
> *Allosaurus* is IIRC quite questionable in the Tendaguru, and
> *Australodocus* and *Dicraeosaurus* have not been found in the
> Morrison so far, while *Apatosaurus*, *Eobrontosaurus*,
> *Camarasaurus*, *Supersaurus* and others are so far missing from
> the Tendaguru.
Remember that Tendaguru is MUCH less well sampled than the Morrison,
though -- all the known specimens are AFAIK from a single locality.
If we found outcrops of the same formation elsewhere, we could expect
differences in the fauna, which might include a few more Morrisson Fm.
/o ) \/ Mike Taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.miketaylor.org.uk
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