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RE: What are some differences between Triceratops sp.
Tom Holtz wrote:
> And I'm not sanguine about _Diceratops hatcheri_'s taxonomic future as a
> separate species, either...
It'd be a shame if _Diceratops_ is once again sunk into _Ticeratops_. But at
least it'll decrease the necessity of having to come up with a replacement name
for the preoccupied genus _Diceratops_ Hatcher, 1908/Förster, 1868. (The
original _Diceratops_ is a genus of wasp, which is itself sunk as a subjective
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