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Re: Yunxianosaurus hubeinensis Li, 2001, titanosaurid from Upper Cretaceous of Hubei Province, China



Rescuing from truncation (I hope).

John D'Angelo wrote:

The conclusion of the paper states that (approximated from Google
Translate) "Herein *Lijiagousaurus *and *Yunxianosaurus *are temporary
names for convenience of description. The possibility of establishing
new genera and species awaits further excavations, research, and
confirmation by experts." Under ICZN article 8.3, this would appear to
leave *Yunxianosaurus hubeinensis *as a *nomen nudum.*

On Wed, Jan 20, 2016 at 5:53 AM, John D'Angelo
<assuming.dinosaur@gmail.com> wrote:
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