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Re: poor Einiosaurus




YES - Einiosaurus mixing or staying close to other ceratopsians whose horns 
were better suited for defense, or other genera of dinos that could provide 
some 'cover.'  If the word that is causing trouble is "herds," well, from what 
I see most of the literature uses herds for the big (probably scaly) sauropods, 
ceratopsians, duck-bills, etc.   "Flock" is used for those closer to birds - 
the raptors and so forth.  What's the vote on the large theropod predators? 
Somehow a "flock" of Daspletosaurs just doesn't sound right after its use in 
the English language for the pretty birdies all this time!  A stronger term is 
demanded for these impressive/fearsome carnivores, IMHO.

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From: Michael Miller

You used the phrase "inter species herding" behavior in your original email.  I 
expect that is what he is responding to, not really what your question was 
about though. 
Michael