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Re: New horned dinosaur from Montana
If I'm not mistaken, most of these should be in the forthcoming
Ceratopsian volume from Indiana University Press. Next week can't
come fast enough!
On Sat, May 29, 2010 at 2:42 PM, Zach Armstrong
> Are there any references for Ojoceratops, Rubeosaurus and Tatankaceratops?
> They seem to have a negligible internet presence, and I have not heard of
> them being referenced anywhere. Even Wikipedia's "2010 in paleontology"
> article doesn't have an actual reference listed for these genera (or at least
> it didn't two minuted prior to writing this email).
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> Subject: Re: New horned dinosaur from Montana
> >From the tyrant perspective:
> More ceratopsian species = bigger menu.
> Rob Taylor wrote:
>> It does seem like they're crawling out of the woodwork this week. If I'm
>> mistaken, that's eight new horned critters published in a span of just two
>> or three days. (That'd be Ajkaceratops, Coahuilaceratops, Diabloceratops,
>> Medusaceratops, Ojoceratops, Rubeosaurus, Sinoceratops, Tatankaceratops...
>> cripes, did I miss any?)
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