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Re: Ichthyovenator, new spinosaurid from Early Cretaceous of Laos
On Sun, Apr 22, 2012 at 11:30 PM, Tim Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Robert Schenck <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Since Allain is involved in this, presumably there will be some
>> isotopic analysis to follow, he's done a lot of good work on that.
>> IIRC Allain was the one to demonstrate isotopically that Spinosaurids
>> were fish-eaters.
> Amiot &c used teeth for their isotopic studies on theropods and
> crocodilians. No teeth are known for _Ichthyovenator_.
DOH! You're right of course, Amiot, not Allain.
Well lets hope some teeth are found anyway! Thanks for the reponse on
the repy-to topic too!
Robert J. Schenck
Kingsborough Community College
Physical Sciences Department
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