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Re: Bistahieversor sealeyi, NM tyrannosaurid
Here are some links with nice illustrations:
- Skull =>
- Skull reconstruction =>
According to the press release, Dan, the description of *Bistahieversor
sealeyi* was supposedly published in the january issue of JVP... which
is not avalaible either in hardpaper or electronic version.
Pretty surprising, coming from the SVP... I don't quite understand
what's going on. Did somebody receive the january issue, in US ?
Dan Chure a écrit :
The link below is dead. Any idea where this was published?
From: Ben Creisler email@example.com
In case this news has not been mentioned:
Link to press release for New Mexico tyrannosaurid Bistahieversor:
Bistahieversor sealeyi (pronounced: bistah-he-ee-versor see-lee-eye)
is a brand new species of tyrannosaur discovered in the
Bisti/De-na-zin Wilderness of New