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Re: New version of Dinosaur Encyclopaedia



Graeme,

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On Mon, Feb 21, 2011 at 8:11 AM, Graeme Worth <gkw@amnet.net.au> wrote:
> I'd like to announce that V13 of the Dinosaur Encyclopaedia software is now
> available. If you have considered purchasing this in the past, now would be
> a good time to re-consider, as this will be the last update for at least
> 18-24 months, and possibly the last update period.
> This package has entries for every named dinosaur and Mesozoic bird
> published up until the middle of February, 2011 (some 2460 species across
> 1327 genera). Each entry has all the basic information, and detailed
> specimen lists (currently more than 33,000) with location, stratigraphy,
> description of fossils and map reference. Additional essay sections cover,
> in depth, topics such as classification, dinosaurs and birds, extinction,
> behaviour, clades, endothermy, time periods, geographic areas, etc. 100
> significant dinosaur sites/formations have individual entries that include
> lists of other vertebrates found at the site (more than 1300 vertebrate
> taxa), and there is a section on ichnogenera (nearly 300) and oospecies.
> Each section and entry has an extensive reference list, amounting to more
> than 4500 in total, and repeated for all taxa and sections as appropriate.
> The whole package comes as an easy to navigate PDF file with multiple
> cross-references and extensive indexes.
> If you would like further information, please contact me off-list.
> thanks
> Graeme Worth
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