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Susan from PA

Qiupalong (Ornithomimid from China) found in North America

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Thanks,SFPA.

Facets didn't seem to have other papers of a paleontological bent,folks.I checked.

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while googling for the taxon,i came across the following,inter alia:

 

Avesasuesdykekazakhst017.pdf

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Thanks for the paper Susan.  Yes it's amazing how much diversity existed in the late Campanian of Alberta and it's remarkable how much changed in the upper Maastrichtian or lots of discoveries waiting for us.

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Thanks for posting this

 

Reading through the paper reminds me why I'm more knowledgeable of brachiopods...i dont have the patience to wade through subtle differences in a few bone elements.  I also am a bit cynical of what distinguishing characteritics are being described as proof of genus, etc.

 

It is a bit weird having a dino in Alberta with a Chinese name.

 

I've found hundreds of these elements but they are all ''ornithomimid'

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