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Theropods did not have lips By Tracy Ford
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This book is the cumulation of my paleontologic research on why theropods didn’t have lips. I’ve been working on this since 1997. I firmly believe theropods lacked lips of any kind, and... More > this book/research I do my best to explain the reason for this. I’m self-publishing my research to help fund my research, and even though I am self-publishing my work doesn’t mean it wasn’t peer-reviewed. I asked two reviewers for this work, and I have implemented their comments.< Less
Notes on Early Mesozoic Theropods By Robert Gay
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Notes on Early Mesozoic Theropods contains two papers on the poorly studied late Triassic and early Jurassic theropod dinosaur fauna of North America. The author discusses the evidence that has been... More > used to support cannibalism hypothesis in the late Triassic dinosaur Coelophysis, and presents new evidence that disproves this commonly cited hypothesis. In the second paper, the author names a new genus and species of theropod dinosaur from the early Jurassic Kayenta Formation of Arizona. The new taxon represents the oldest yet-known example of a Tetanuran theropod in North America. For those interested in the paleontological history of the American southwest or the early evolutionary history of this interesting clade of dinosaurs, Notes on Early Mesozoic Theropods adds more information to the emerging picture of life in the southwest over 190 million years ago.< Less
Notes on Early Mesozoic Theropods By Robert Gay
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Notes on Early Mesozoic Theropods contains two papers on the poorly studied late Triassic and early Jurassic theropod dinosaur fauna of North America. The author discusses the evidence that has been... More > used to support cannibalism hypothesis in the late Triassic dinosaur Coelophysis, and presents new evidence that disproves this commonly cited hypothesis. In the second paper, the author names a new genus and species of theropod dinosaur from the early Jurassic Kayenta Formation of Arizona. The new taxon represents the oldest yet-known example of a Tetanuran theropod in North America. For those interested in the paleontological history of the American southwest or the early evolutionary history of this interesting clade of dinosaurs, Notes on Early Mesozoic Theropods adds more information to the emerging picture of life in the southwest over 190 million years ago.< Less
2012 Dinosaur Skull a Day Calendar Canadian Holidays By Tracy Ford
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2012 Dinosaur Skull A Day Calendar (with Canadian Holidays) has 366 different dinosaur skulls. From the famous Tyrannosaurus to the lesser known new dinosaurs. Meat eaters and plant eaters. Large and... More > small dinosaurs. Theropods, Sauropods, Ornithopods and Mesozoic Birds. No other book has this many dinosaur skulls. Both new and old interpretations of the skulls as well as some of the skull that haven’t been reconstructed before. This is a great book for the dinosaur enthusiasts as well as professional paleontologist.< Less
Bulletin Sciences et Géologie Normandes By Tome 8 2015 (2016)
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Ce 8e tome propose cinq articles traitant d'une vertèbre de dinosaure théropode, du collectionneur de coquillages Louis Largilliert, du Musée de Caudebec-en-Caux et de son... More > créateur Georges Biochet, de la carrière du Bois de la Fernague à Gruchet-le-Valasse et des fossiles de la craie des cavités souterraines.< Less