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Re: question - Albertosaurus Asian equivalent



On Sat, December 14, 2013 1:18 pm, Hammer wrote:
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>
> What is the Asian equivalent anatomically and in-time to Albertosaurus (if
> there is one)?
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Time equivalent is Tarbosaurus and Alioramus. Ecological equivalent: a
young Tarbosaurus? Or Alioramus (for a young Albertosaurus)?

There are no gracile "albertosaurine" type tyrannosaurids known from Asia
as of now.


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