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Re: Titanoceratops, giant ceratopsian from New Mexico

> There seems to be a discrepancy in the spelling of the species name
between the title of the paper (ouranous) and the body of the paper
(ouranos), with the former having an extra (and unnecessary) 'u'.
Something to correct before final publication.

    No.  Once the paper is assigned a doi number, it cannot be changed without 
being assigned a new doi number to designate the difference in content.  AFAIK, 
this has never been done between AOP and "actual" publication.  One more reason 
that these electronic publications count as legit, despite the ICZN.  And that 
the number of new ceratopsians named (species and genera) in 2010 now rises to 
what, 15...?

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