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The Longest Dinosaur Monograph...?



Hi All ?

    Just came into possession of:

Royo Torres, R. 2009. El Saurópodo de Peñarroya de Tastavins. Monografías
Turolenses 6. Diputación de Teruel, Instituto de Estudios Turolenses,
Teruel, 548 pp.

?which I?ve known about for a couple of months but only just now managed to
lay hands on.  This is, if I?m not mistaken, the published version of the
author?s dissertation on _Tastavinsaurus_.  Am I correct that this is the
longest monograph out there on a single dinosaur species??  Granted, it?s
not physically huge (roughly 17 x 24 cm ? smaller than letter or A4 size
paper), but still?!  Anyway, if you want a copy, they?re available via
http://www.ieturolenses.org/info_libro.php?libro=66.  Ordering isn?t simple;
here?s the e-mail I got on the subject (en Espanol):

Adjunto documento de pedido del libro.
Comentarle unas cuestiones:
* Si lo enviamos contrarreembolso asciende a lo que es el documento, mas
gastos de tramitación por 55,95 euros
* Si usted hace el ingreso en nuestra cuenta, y lo enviamos como carta
serán 47,00 euros
* Si usted hace el ingreso en nuestra cuenta, y lo enviamos como libro
internacional serán 28,03 euros
Puesto que las diferencias de envíos al extranjero, son considerables.

I don?t have information from them, however, on what account numbers to do
direct transfers to.  The contact I have for it is Eduardo Suarez San Jose
at esuarez@dpteruel.es.


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