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Re: JVP 29(2) Spoiler Alert



Nope, it's Angulamastacator (although I had the same reaction).

The etymology section says Angulus (corner, angle) is in reference to the
unusual morphology of the maxilla and the Big Bend of the Rio Grande, and
gives the preferred translation as 'bend chewer.'

Best,
Rob


----- Original Message ----- From: "Nick Pharris" <npharris@umich.edu>
To: "Rob Taylor" <rjtaylor68@comcast.net>
Cc: <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Sent: Tuesday, June 16, 2009 10:10 PM
Subject: Re: JVP 29(2) Spoiler Alert



Quoting Rob Taylor <rjtaylor68@comcast.net>:


An enigmatic new lambeosaurine hadrosaur (Reptilia: Dinosauria) from  the
Upper Shale Member of the Campanian Aguja Formation of  Trans-Pecos,
Texas.
Jonathan R. Wagner and Thomas M. Lehman
pp. 605-611 [Angulomastacator daviesi gen. et sp. nov.]

Sure it isn't "masticator" ('chewer')?

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Nicholas J. Pharris