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The role of Central Asia in dinosaurian biogeography
Dinosaurian biogeography may have been largely controlled by the Mesozoic fragmentation of Pangea and the reassembly of its fragments into a new, boreal supercontinent (Laurasia). Although LateExpand
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Systematics and Morphology of American Mosasaurs
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Abstract The fossil record of abelisauroid carnivorous dinosaurs was previously restricted to Cretaceous sediments of Gondwana and probably Europe. The discovery of an incomplete specimen of a newExpand
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A nearly complete skeleton of a new troodontid dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous of the Ordos Basin, Inner Mongolia, People's Republic of China
An articulated skeleton of a 1 m long theropod from Early Cretaceous strata in Inner Mongolia is clearly referrable to the Troodontidae, representing the most complete specimen known of this group ofExpand
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A new specimen of Stenonychosaurus from the Oldman Formation (Cretaceous) of Alberta
A fragmentary skeleton of Stenonychosaurus inequalis indicates that this small theropod dinosaur is very closely related to Saurornithoides mongoliensis from the Cretaceous of central Asia. BothExpand
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The affinities of a new theropod from the Alxa Desert, Inner Mongolia, People's Republic of China
Remains of bipedal saurischians from lacustrine strata of Albian age in the Alxa ("Alashan") Desert of Inner Mongolia represent a new taxon and the most complete remains of an Early CretaceousExpand
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Osteology and relationships of Chirostenotes pergracilis (Saurischia, Theropoda) from the Judith River (Oldman) Formation of Alberta, Canada
A partial skeleton of a small theropod found in the Judith River Formation of Dinosaur Provincial Park (Alberta) shows that Chirostenotes pergracilis is the same animal as "Macrophalangia canadensis"Expand
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Ostrich Dinosaurs from the Late Cretaceous of Western Canada
The family Ornithomimidae is defined on the basis of the skeletal morphology of the three genera Ornithomimus, Struthiomimus, and Dromiceiomimus known in continental strata in Alberta, which areExpand
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Dates and rates in ancient lakes: 40Ar–39Ar evidence for an Early Cretaceous age for the Jehol Group, northeast China
The correlation of freshwater sediments in small, fault-bound basins in Liaoning Province, northeast China, known as the Jehol (or Rehe) Group, has been a subject of debate for many years, with bio...
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