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RE: Glishades ericksoni, a new hadrosauroid from Montana
> From: owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu [mailto:owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu]
> On Behalf Of Tim Williams
> As Tom says, Euhadrosauria is available for the more
> inclusive clade (called Hadrosauridae by Prieto-Marquez).
> However, there is no reason why a clade that is defined to
> include _Hadrosaurus_ could not simply be called
> 'Hadrosauria'. In other words, Hadrosauridae would be
> re-named Hadrosauria, which would inclde Saurolophidae.
In his disseratation, and presumably in the ZJLS paper, Albert has other
more inclusive plans for "Hadrosauria".
> Interestingly, Prieto-Marquez (2010) recovers _Lambeosaurus
> laticaudus_ as the sister taxon to _Hypacrosaurus_; so the
> new combination _Hypacrosaurus laticaudus_ may be in order
> for the Mexican hadrosaur.
I noticed, and I like. There are many little interesting tidbits in his big
analysis, which I am awaiting in the later analysis.
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