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Re: New horned dinosaur from Montana



Directed at Brad:

Purely as a hobby, I maintain a database of published dinosaur and pterosaur taxa, and I happened to be over at George Olshevsky's Dinosaur Genera List last night cross-checking some recent citations when I noted all of these newbies. My assumption is that all except Ajkaceratops and Sinoceratops are from the new book, "New Perspectives on Horned Dinosaurs: The Royal Tyrrell Museum Ceratopsian Symposium," but I don't have a copy yet so I'm not 100% sure.


Directed at Daniel (and with regard to"Utahceratops gettyi"):

Thanks! I wondered if there might be some additional names lurking somewhere in the new book. (That's where you spotted it, yes?)


Directed at Lee:

I agree that Ojoceratops fowleri is also a superb dinosaur name!

Kind regards,
Rob



----- Original Message ----- From: "Daniel Madzia" <daniel.madzia@gmail.com>
To: "Rob Taylor" <rjtaylor68@comcast.net>; <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Sent: Friday, May 28, 2010 3:29 PM
Subject: Re: New horned dinosaur from Montana


(That'd be Ajkaceratops, Coahuilaceratops, Diabloceratops,
Medusaceratops, Ojoceratops, Rubeosaurus, Sinoceratops,
Tatankaceratops... cripes, did I miss any?)

What about "Utahceratops gettyi"? The name was used along with
Diabloceratops eatoni several times.

Best,
--
Daniel Madzia
web: www.wildprehistory.org
mail: daniel.madzia@gmail.com
skype: danielmadzia


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