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Re: Willinaqake salitralensis, South American hadrosaurid
Damn, you are right!!! It is far from complete, this is the first
error we note (from a probably longer list). Hands are not preserved.
Although I do not know exactly how you pronounce vowels in English, we
pronounce the "a" and "e" as in "Mandela", and "i" as in "Willy". In
Spanish, "ll" sounds like some sort soft "y" in "Yosemite", but
because of the similarity with the English "Willy", and as the paper
was written in English, it seems good enough to pronounce it this way.
Otherwise, "k" and "q" as "k".
2011/5/11 Brad McFeeters <email@example.com>:
> How do you pronounce *Willinaqake*?
> The hands look unusually massive in the reconstruction, but aren't mentioned
> anywhere in the text. Are they actually known? (ALL the bones in the
> reconstruction look white to me, maybe my monitor settings aren't optimal.)
>> Date: Wed, 11 May 2011 21:47:37 -0300
>> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> To: email@example.com
>> Subject: Willinaqake salitralensis, South American hadrosaurid
>> Dear all, sorry the shameless self promotion, but here you can
>> download a work on a "new" South American hadrosaurid:
>> Juárez Valieri, R. D., Haro, J. A., Fiorelli, L. E. & J. O. Calvo.
>> 2010. A new hadrosauroid (Dinosauria: Ornithopoda) from the Allen
>> Formation (Late Cretaceous) of Patagonia, Argentina. Revista del Museo
>> Argentino de Ciencias Naturales n.s. Vol. 12, No. 2, 217-231.
>> Available at:
>> (as the pdf is freely available, perhaps it is not so necessary to
>> post the abstract).