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RE: question - Albertosaurus Asian equivalent



Also Alectrosaurus, the Bayan Shiree "Alectrosaurus" of Perle (1977) and other 
fragmentary specimens like the "small or middle sized" Tsagaan Svita teeth from 
Bolotsky (2011).

Bolotsky, 2011. On paleoecology of carnivorous dinosaurs (Tyrannosauridae, 
Dromaeosauridae) 
  from Late Cretaceous fossil deposits of Amur region, Russian far East. Global 
  Geology. 14(1), 1-6.

Perle, 1977. On the first discovery of Alectrosaurus (Tyrannosauridae, 
  Theropoda)from the Late Cretaceous of Mongolia [in Russian ]. Problemy 
Geologii 
  Mongolii. 3, 104-113.

Mickey Mortimer

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> Date: Sat, 14 Dec 2013 13:47:04 -0500
> From: tholtz@umd.edu
> To: hammeris1@att.net
> CC: dinosaur@usc.edu
> Subject: Re: question - Albertosaurus Asian equivalent
>
>
> On Sat, December 14, 2013 1:18 pm, Hammer wrote:
>>
>>
>> What is the Asian equivalent anatomically and in-time to Albertosaurus (if
>> there is one)?
>>
> 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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