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Re: Nanningosaurus (was Re: Planet of the New Papers)



> Oddly, enough, Evans and Reisz scored all of these as unknown in
> Amurosaurus, when a complete humerus is in fact known for at least
> that taxon (Godefroit et al., 2004).

A more careful re-reading uncovered:

"Similarly, Amurosaurus is also scored only on cranial material
because both hadrosaurine and lambeosaurine material occur together in
the Blagoveschensk bonebed."

Hm.