[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index][Subject Index][Author Index]
RE: Erratum for Ajancingenia (oviraptorid) paper
So ends that saga. Unsatisfactorily, as my earlier discussion at
detailed, but what can you do? And thanks for the gender consideration Ben,
but in the context of myself as a scientist, I don't mind which pronouns are
used. Certainly it's unimportant compared to the erratum not mentioning Easter
didn't consult with Barsbold before renaming his genus, but I had no part in
writing it. That being said, thanks to everyone for their support over this
> Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2013 19:28:35 -0800
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Erratum for Ajancingenia (oviraptorid) paper
> From: Ben Creisler
> A new paper in Zootaxa as an erratum to J. Easter's recent
> Ajancingenia paper, acknowledging Mickey Mortimer's work for the
> Theropod Database. However, the erratum should read "her website" and
> "her data".....
> Zootaxa 3750 (1): 100
> JESSE EASTER (2013) A new name for the oviraptorid dinosaur “Ingenia”
> yanshini (Barsbold, 1981; preoccupied by Gerlach, 1957). Zootaxa,
> 3737(2): 184–190.
> The following corrections and acknowledgements should be added to the
> paper. Holotype and paratype composition, paratype variation, and data
> on specimens improperly referred to Ingenia yanshini were compiled by
> Mickey Mortimer and should be credited to his website:
> Mortimer was cited in an early version of the manuscript but this was
> removed during review. Mortimer should have been consulted prior to
> using his data, and this is an error on my part.
> Figure 1 was redrawn by Jennifer Haruta from Barsbold et al. (1990)
> and reversed; the elemen
> Reference to be included
> Barsbold, R., Maryanska, T. & Osmolska, H. (1990) Oviraptorosauria.
> In: Weishampel, D. B., Dodson, P. & Osmolska, H. (Eds.), The
> Dinosauria 1st ed. University of California Press, Berkely, pp.