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Osteology of Huabeisaurus allocotus (Sauropoda: Titanosauriformes) from the Upper Cretaceous of China
Background The Late Cretaceous titanosauriform sauropod Huabeisaurus allocotus Pang and Cheng is known from teeth and much of the postcranial skeleton. Its completeness makes it an important taxonExpand
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A New Ceratopsian from the Upper Jurassic Houcheng Formation of Hebei, China
A new ceratopsian taxon Xuanhuaceratops niei gen. et sp. nov. is erected based on four fragmentary specimens collected from the Late Jurassic Houcheng Formation, Hebei Province, China.Expand
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A New Family of Sauropod Dinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous of Tianzhen, Shanxi Province, China
A new gigantic sauropod, Huabeisaurus allocates gen. et sp. nov., about 20 m in length and 5 m in height, was discovered in the Upper Cretaceous Huiquanpu Formation, Tianzhen County, Shanxi Province.Expand
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Discovery of Late Jurassic Mamenchisaurus in Yunnan, southwestern China
Although the Jurassic is a major coal-making period worldwide, no coal measures appear in Yunnan and central and southern Sichuan. Instead, there occur a unique "red rock series". In such anExpand
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