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Re: Willinaqake salitralensis, South American hadrosaurid

Sorry, that damn was not written as an insult to you, Brad...

2011/5/11 Augusto Haro <augustoharo@gmail.com>:
> 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".
> cheers,
> Augusto.
> 2011/5/11 Brad McFeeters <archosauromorph2@hotmail.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: augustoharo@gmail.com
>>> To: dinosaur@usc.edu
>>> 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: 
>>> http://www.macn.secyt.gov.ar/investigacion/descargas/publicaciones/revista/12/rns_vol12-2_217-231.pdf
>>> (as the pdf is freely available, perhaps it is not so necessary to
>>> post the abstract).