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RE: Oldest E annectens?

  How DO you answer that question without invoking the relative position of 
various Maastrichtian members of formations in which the material is found?


Jaime A. Headden
The Bite Stuff (site v2)

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> Date: Thu, 12 Aug 2010 19:29:10 -0400
> From: GSP1954@aol.com
> To: vrtpaleo@usc.edu; dinosaur@usc.edu
> Subject: Oldest E annectens?
> Does anyone know how old in absolute millions of years (not in terms of
> stages of the Maastrichtian) is/are the oldest Edmontosaurus annectens
> specimen/s? No need to reply to this message if you do not have the SPECIFIC 
> answer.
> GSPaul