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Re: Yi

I don't know about non-avian dinosaurs, but there is a fossil stork called 
Palaeoepphippiorhynchus (Epphippiorhynchus is the living Saddlebill Stork of 
Africa). I keep hoping that someone will discover a precursor to 
Palaeoepphippiorhynchus and name it Propalaeoepphippiorhynchus, and that this 
will be followed by an earlier fossil that could be named 
Eopropalaeoepphippiorhynchus, but alas, neither of these events have happened 
to my knowledge. 

Ronald Orenstein 
1825 Shady Creek Court
Mississauga, ON
Canada L5L 3W2

> On May 6, 2015, at 5:19 PM, Richard W. Travsky <rtravsky@uwyo.edu> wrote:
>> On 4/30/2015 8:06 AM, Poekilopleuron wrote:
>> As I see it, this new theropod is also a new record holder for the shortest
>> generic name among all nonavian dinosaurs, replacing other asian theropods
>> _Mei_ and _Kol_, right? Tom
> Hmmm. Ok, the flip side of this question would be, what is the longest name?