Has anyone checked Wilson’s 2005 review of Nemegtosaurus lists Quaesitosaurus as being from the Barungoyot
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Subject: Re: [dinosaur] Quaesitosaurus formation
I suppose I will go with Bayun Goyot. What I don't get is that it's listed as being from the Djadokhta Svita in The Dinosauria 2nd ed, and is missing from the Wiki entry for Bayun Goyot.