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RE: Complete specimens
Among non-bird theropods- Coelophysis, Sciurumimus, Sinosauropteryx,
Similicaudipteryx, Caudipteryx, supposedly Citipati, and microraptorine NGMC 91.
I don't think any Allosaurus are technically complete, with all missing some
caudal vertebrae, for instance. There are many other theropods in that state
of completeness though, like Eoraptor, Yutyrannus, Gorgosaurus, Huaxiagnathus,
Juravenator, Compsognathus, Sinornithomimus, Gallimimus, Khaan, Anchiornis,
Tianyuraptor, Velociraptor, Mei, Sinornithoides, Epidexipteryx, etc..
> Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2012 22:09:29 -0400
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> Subject: Complete specimens
> Today my son asked whether there are complete specimens of dinosaurs out
> there. I think, from what I've read, that there are probably complete
> remains of Allosaurus, Triceratops, and maybe a few others, but I don't
> know. Since it would be criminal to steer a budding paleontologist
> wrong, I'll turn to the folks who do know the answer to his question.
> For which genera do we have specimens of complete remains?