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new abelisaurid material
Ben Creisler post about the Cymbospondylus paper by M. Balini and me, reminded
me of a dinosaur-related paper appeared in the previous issue of the same
journal , perhaps it has been overlooked; if not my apologies in advance.
S. D'Orazi Porchetti, U. Nicosia, A. Biava and S. Maganuco
New abelisaurid material from the upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian) of Morocco
Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia 117 n.3 (2011)
Abstract: Fragmentary cranial bones of dinosaur origin have been recently
recovered from the Kem Kem beds (Upper Cretaceous, Cenomanian) of Morocco. They
include two incompletely preserved maxillary bones evidencing diagnostic
features of abelisaurid theropods. These new finds provide further evidence of
Abelisauridae in the Late Cretaceous of Morocco.
Pdf on request from the journal web site (scroll).
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