Domain: dinosauria.com

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Geologic Ages of Earth History
Sep 1, 1997 ... Geologic Ages of Earth History. Jeff Poling ... A Geologic Time Scale 1989. New York: Cambridge University Press. ...
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Maps of Ancient Earth
Maps of Ancient Earth. Jeff Poling. Web page and colorized images copyright © 1996 Jeff Poling Original images copyright © 1995 John Wiley & Sons Ltd. ...
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Phytosauria Translation and Pronunciation Guide Introduction
... to the semi-aquatic predator niche pioneered by the large phytosaurs that lurked ... old names as valid senior synonyms for a range of described genera. ...
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Sickle-clawed bird discovered
Apr 27, 1998 ... The fossil has been named Rahona ostromi, "Ostrom's menace from the clouds." The name honors Dr. John Ostrom, the discoverer of the ...
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Dinosauria Translation and Pronunciation Guide L
Jul 7, 2003 ... Liaoningosaurus is an unusual ankylosaur known from a complete skeleton ... Liaoningosaurus has a mix of features similar to those found in ...
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Dinosauria Translation and Pronunciation Guide C
Jul 7, 2003 ... KAMP-to-SAWR-us (Gr. kamptos "flexible" + Gr. sauros "lizard")* (m) replacment name based on preoccupied Camptonotus Marsh, to refer to the ...
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Dictionary
Feb 8, 1999 ... For example, in the stem-based clade definition of Carnosauria, ... In paleontology, matrix is the rock in which a given fossil is embedded ...
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Vertebrate Paleontological Resources Protection Act ('Baucus Bill')
To provide for the protection of vertebrate paleontological resources on Federal ... This Act may be cited as the "Vertebrate Paleontological Resources ...
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Lizard experiment suggests rapid evolution
May 5, 1997 ... The results of the experiment suggest that there are no constraints, and no difference between gradual and rapid evolution. ...
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Spot's Papillon Pedigree Project
Spot's Papillon Pedigree Project. If you have any additions or corrections, please email me. I hope to find a more readable format at some point. ...
 
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