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Re: Shandong centrosaurine!
Wow! That is one of the coolest things I've seen all year.
In the last few years, it has been becoming clearer that the mesic
portions of northeastern Asia (which is, tectonically, part of the North
American plate) had a western North American flavor: giant
tyrannosaurines, parasaurolophinins (Charonosaurus), corythosaurinins
(Olorotitan), and now ceratopsids.
The distinctiveness of the Djadokhta, Barun Goyot, etc.,, seems more
likely to do with its xeric (desert) nature than intercontinental
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
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