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Re: dinosaur formation queries

the information is clear for those taxa, although I pass from Scutelloss.
Check the spelling in the taxa you asked for. They are a little bit different:

Argentinosaurus huinculensis: Huincul Formation (Turonian), RÃo Limay 
Subgroup, Neuquen Group.
Giganotosaurus carolinii: Candeleros Formation (Upper Cenomanian-Early 
Turonian), RÃo Limay Subgroup, Neuquen Group
Limaysaurus tessonei: Candeleros Formation (Upper Cenomanian-Early Turonian), 
RÃo Limay Subgroup, Neuquen Group (there is another Limaysaurus from a 
different locality and age assigned by Salgado, Garrido, Cocca and Cocca et 
al., but probably is a different species) from Cerro LeÃn (Lohan Cura 

 Dr. SebastiÃn ApesteguÃa (PhD.)

Ãrea de PaleontologÃa. FundaciÃn de Historia Natural 'FÃlix de Azara',
Dto. de Ciencias Naturales y AntropologÃa, CEBBAD, Univ.MaimÃnides, 
V. Virasoro 732 (1405), Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Tel-fax: 5411-49051100 i. 1228, sebapesteguia@gmail.com, 

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De: "GSP1954@aol.com" <GSP1954@aol.com>
Para: dinosaur@usc.edu
Enviado: martes 17 de marzo de 2009, 21:26:44
Asunto: dinosaur formation queries

I am having trouble pinning down the exact formation the type specimens of 
the following are found in â

Gigantosaurus (Candeleros?)
Limaysaurus (Candeleros?)

And what level of the Kayenta Formation is the type Scutellosaurus from?

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