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Re: Need Postosuchus skeleton



There's also Jeff Martz's recent bipedal restoration, as blogged by Bill Parker:
http://chinleana.blogspot.com/2008/12/late-triassic-critter-reconstructions.html

2009/11/5 Jocelyn Falconnet <j.falconnet@gmail.com>:
> There's still the bipedal reconstruction of Weinbaum (2002) or the composite
> one of Peyer et al. (2008), based on the holotype of *Postosuchus
> kirkpatricki* and *Postosuchus alisonae* and seemingly other specimens of
> *P. kirkpatricki* and/or rauisuchians.
>
> Weinbaum (2002):
> http://etd.lib.ttu.edu/theses/available/etd-07312008-31295017084608/
>
> Peyer et al. (2008):
> http://www.ldgo.columbia.edu/~polsen/nbcp/peyer_et_al_08.pdf
>
> David Marjanovic a écrit :
>
>> BTW, I should had mentioned Alex Freeman's e-mail address:
>> alex.freeman@bbc.co.uk. Unlike Outlook Express, Thunderbird is too stupid to
>> automatically include that kind of information in a reply -- it just puts
>> "[name] wrote:".
>>
>>>
>>>  My mind is numb from googling, scanning papers and looking through
>>>     books.  Its late.  I have to CG model this thing.  I need a good
>>>     skeleton drawing.  You know.  Greg Paul Style. Oh yea...Rapenomamus
>>>     would be great too.
>>>
>>
>> I bet that no such thing has ever been done for *Repenomamus*, and I'm not
>> sure about *Postosuchus* either (sure, there's Chatterjee's reconstruction,
>> but it's not GSP-style, and it depicts a chimera).
>>
>