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Euhelopus and Alamosaurus paper requests

Dear List,

I have been unable to obtain any of these papers through the usual routes and 
was hoping that someone on the DML could please provide me with pdfs of the 

For Euhelopus:

Mateer, N. & McIntosh, J. S. 1985. A new reconstruction of the skull of 
Euhelopus zdanskyi (Saurischia:Sauropoda). Bulletin of the Geological 
Institutions of the 

University of Uppsala, new series 11: 25–132.

Young, C. C. 1935. Dinosaurian remains from Mengyin, Shantung. Bulletin of the 
Geological Society of China 15: 519–533.

For Alamosaurus:

Lucas, S. G., N. J. Mateer, A. P. Hunt, and F. M. O’Neill. 1987. Dinosaurs, the 
age of the Fruitland and Kirtland formations, and the Cretaceous-Tertiary 
boundary in the San Juan Basin, New Mexico.Geological Society of America 

Paper, 209:35–50.

Lawson, D. A. 1972. Paleoecology of the Tornillo Formation, Big Bend National 
Park, Brewster County, Texas. Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of Texas at 
Austin, 182 p.

Mateer, N. J. 1976. New topotypes of Alamosaurus sanjuanensis Gilmore 

Sauropoda). Bulletin of the Geological Institutions of the University of 


Mateer, N. J. 1981. The reptilian megafauna from the Kirtland Shale (Late 
Cretaceous) of the San Juan Basin, New Mexico, p. 49–75. In S. G. Lucas, J. K. 
Rigby, and B. S. Kues (eds.), Advances in San JuanBasin Paleontology. 

of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

Sullivan, R.M. and Williamson, T.E., 1997, Additions and corrections to 
Sternberg’s San Juan Basin collection, Paleontological Museum, University of 
Uppsala, Sweden: New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook 48, p. 255-257

Lehman, T.M,. 1981, The Alamo Wash local fauna: A new look at the old Ojo Alamo 
fauna; in Lucas, S.G., Rigby, J.K., jr., and Kues, B.S., eds., Advances in San 
Juan Basin Paleontology: Albuqueruque, University of New Mexico Press, p. 

Lehman, T.M., 1985, Depositional environments of the Naashoibito Member of the 
Kirtland Formation, Upper Cretaceous, San Juan basi
d Mineral Resources, Circular 195, p. 55-79.

Many thanks in advance,

Best regards,