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Re: Stegosaurus fossil mounted for display at Natural History Museum in London

Ben Creisler

Some additional information about the Stegosaurus specimen from the NHM website:

Paul Barrett interview


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Events and general info


On Mon, Nov 17, 2014 at 7:42 AM, Darius Nau <dariusnau@gmx.at> wrote:
> There’s also Moritz (40% complete according to the SMA).
> Ayer (1999) also states Victoria to be "complete", whatever exactly that is
> supposed to mean. On the SMA website they state it even has skin
> preservation.
> Lily is also supposedly very complete.
> Does anyone happen to know whether any of those are officially described?
> On 2014-11-16 23:11, Robert Simon wrote:
>> Yes, I believe they are named Lily and Victoria. Both from the
>> Howe-Stephens quarry. And they are the original bones, but not as complete
>> as 'Sarah/Sophie'.
>> Sent from my iPad
> Yours sincerely,
> Darius Nau
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