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RE: Dino Show help
> -A predator from the La Amarga formation. What excatly would
Ligabueino look like?! Are there any overlapping formations that have
decent predators, dinosaurian or otherwise?
Errr...well in the La Paloma Member of the Cerro Barcino Formation (n-c Chubut,
uppermost-Hauterivian- early Barremian) you've got caudal verts of a fair-sized
abelisaur (centra up to 6.5cm long and 5.1cm wide). Can anyone do better?
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