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Re: [dinosaur] Ascendonanus + Brontopodus plagenensis tracks + Arboroharamiya + more

I'm guessing whoever named a dinosaur 'ascend on anus' wasn't a native English 
speaker. :-)

On Wed, Nov 15th, 2017 at 5:16 AM, Ben Creisler <bcreisler@gmail.com> wrote:

> Ascendonanus nestleri (I can't find a published description yet), earliest
> known tree-climbing tetrapod, to be featured  in a talk by German
> paleontologist (and paleoartist) Frederik Spindler at the Chemnitz Natural
> History Museum about the Permian fossils found at Chemnitz, preserving an
> ancient forest with plants and animals thanks to pyroclastic volcanism,
> including five specimens of Ascendonanus, nicknamed "Schnappi" (in German)


 Dann Pigdon
 GIS Officer
 Melbourne, Australia