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Re: Huaxiaosaurus, new giant hadrosaur from China



in Chinese paleontology, google translate screw up paper for you!

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On Wed, Nov 23, 2011 at 12:29 AM, Jaime Headden <qi_leong@hotmail.com> wrote:
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> Note that the paper is available for free.
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> http://www.gbc.ac.cn/ch/reader/create_pdf.aspx?file_no=20111103&flag=1&journal_id=gbc&year_id=2011
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> Cheers,
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>  Jaime A. Headden
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>> Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2011 15:15:45 -0800
>> From: bscreisler@yahoo.com
>> To: dinosaur@usc.edu
>> Subject: Huaxiaosaurus, new giant hadrosaur from China
>>
>> From: Ben Creisler
>> bscreisler@yahoo.com
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>> A new genus and species of hadrosaur from China, claimed to be distinct from 
>> Shandongosaurus and Zhuchengosaurus.
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>> Huaxiaosaurus aigahtens.
>> ZHAO Xijin,  WANG Kebai &  LI Dunjing (2011)
>> Geological Bulletin of China 30(11):1671-1688
>> http://www.gbc.ac.cn/ch/reader/view_abstract.aspx?file_no=20111103&flag=1
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>> Abstract:
>> Huaxiaosaurus aigahtens Zhao, gen. & sp. nov. was a mild herbivorous 
>> dinosaur that lived in Zhucheng of Shandong Province in Late Mesozoic 100 Ma 
>> ago. The specimen of Huaxiaosaurus aigahtens 11.3m in height and 18.7m in 
>> length is a skeleton assembled by many parts collected from several 
>> individuals of the same species. It was the tallest individual among the 
>> ornithopods. It had short forelimbs and tough hind legs, and it is another 
>> new finding after the discovery of the giant Shandongosaurus and 
>> Zhuchengosaurus.
>>
>> Keywords: Huaxiaosaurus aigahtens  Wangshi Formation  Late Cretaceous 
>>  Shandong
>>
>> News article in Chinese:
>> http://www.lnkp.gov.cn/huashi/i2/200912/11468.html
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