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Re: Dinosaurs of Mexico + Tanystropheus neck mechanics + more



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Make that Shuvuuia....

On Fri, Dec 11, 2015 at 4:28 PM, Ben Creisler <bcreisler@gmail.com> wrote:
> Ben Creisler
> bcreisler@gmail.com
>
> Some recent news, blog, and other items:
>
> **
> A recent article, not yet mentioned (free pdf in Spanish):
>
> The Dinosaurs of Mexico
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> LOS DINOSAURIOS DE MÉXICO: SU HISTORIA CONTADA POR HUESOS Y DIENTES
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> http://www.revista.unam.mx/vol.16/num11/art86/art86.pdf
>
> html:
> http://www.revista.unam.mx/vol.16/num11/art86/index.html#
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> THE DINOSAURS OF MEXICO: THEIR HISTORY TOLD BY BONES AND TEETH
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> Abstract
>
>
> Bone and tooth records of Mexican dinosaurs have increased during
> recent years. However, they remain unknown for most readers. Currently
> numerous sites located in Baja California, Sonora, Chihuahua,
> Coahuila, Tamaulipas, Michoacan, Puebla and Chiapas are known and each
> one represents a temporal and geographical window.
>
> The sites come from the Jurassic to the Cretaceous and they are
> characterized by their particular paleoenvironment and fauna. The
> Cañon Huizachal has one of the smaller celofisoids. Otlaltepec has a
> mysterious dinosaur. In Piedritas there is the shorebird Ichthyornis.
> In Aldama it is found the centrosaurine herds. Bonetes has the
> primitive hadrosaurs Huehuecanauhtlus. La Bocana Roja has the theropod
> Labocania and the enantiornite bird Alexornis. In El Gallo there are
> the large lambeosaurines Magnapaulia and some tyrannosaurids.
>
> Parras Basin has the ornithomimids, the chasmosaurin Coahuilaceratops,
> the saurolophin Latirhinus and the lambeosaurin Velafrons. In Aguja
> there are the pachycephalosaurid, nodosaurids, the small
> centrosaurine, the chasmosaurine Agujaceratops and the titanosaurs.
> Sabinas Basin has the big saurolophine “Sabinosaurio”. In Cuenca
> Cabullona there are the ornitomimid Tototlmimus, the big tiranosaurids
> and saurolophine like Gryposaurus. Finally, Ocozocoautla has the coast
> maniraptor Richardoestesia.
>
> In the future it is necessary to continue with the findings of new localities.
>
> related news article: (in Spanish)
>
> http://aristeguinoticias.com/1112/kiosko/en-mexico-huevos-dientes-huesos-huellas-y-piel-de-dinosaurios/
>
> ======
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> More photos of Lufengosaurus fossils found in Yunnan Province (in Chinese)
>
>
> http://pic.people.com.cn/n/2015/1210/c1016-27911849.html
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> ======
>
> Late Cretaceous dinosaur and pterosaur tracks found in Yiwu in
> Zhejiang Province; includes theropods, ornithopods, ankylosaurs,
> sauropods, also possible bird tracks (in Chinese)
>
> http://www.uua.cn/show-10-7180-1.html
>
> ===
>
> 80-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Blood Vessels Never Fossilized
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> http://news.discovery.com/animals/dinosaurs/80-million-year-old-dinosaur-blood-vessels-never-fossilized-151210.htm
>
> ===
>
> Tanystropheus part 2
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> http://markwitton-com.blogspot.com/2015/12/the-lifestyle-of-tanystropheus-part-2.html
>
> ===
>
> Azendohsaurus makeover
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> https://qilong.wordpress.com/2015/12/11/azendohsaurus-former-dinosaur-recieves-makeover/
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>
> =====
>
> Shuuvia (in Russian)
>
> http://earth-predators.blogspot.com/2015/12/blog-post_10.html
>
> =====
>
> Dismantling Historic Fossil Displays
>
>
> http://nmnh.typepad.com/smithsonian_fossils/2015/12/historic_armatures.html