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RE: Andrew McDonald response re: European iguanodonts
David Marjanovic wrote-
> > - Deinodontidae should be used, only historical subjectivity had led
> > to its abandonment.
> Is it maybe a nomen oblitum?
Nope. Nomina oblita can't have been used as valid since 1899, and
Deinodontidae has been in at least 11 publications according to The
Paleobiology Database. These include famous works like Matthew and Brown
(1922), Huene (1923, 1926, 1929) and Swinton (1970).