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Re: [dinosaur] Quaesitosaurus formation

The formal name of the formation, repeated since Benton, shishkin &
Unwin's compendium, is Barungoyot Fm. Note also that further work
purports it as coeval with the Nemegt, and is the xeric extension of
the same depositional time bin. Both of them are of equivalent age in
the early Maastrichtian.

On Thu, Apr 28, 2016 at 6:16 AM, Gregory Paul <gsp1954@aol.com> wrote:
> 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.
> GSPaul

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