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2014 Paleontology Recap
It hasn't been a bad year. It can be said that, unlike in 2013, there were more significant revaluation studies rather than institutions of new species.
Stand out among all two new aspects of historical theropods: Deinocheirus and Spinosaurus. Curiously, it has been noted as an incredible coincidence as both the two giants show several homoplasies and similar ecological adaptations the one with the other.
Noteworthy are also studies of anatomical and phylogenetic reassessment carried out on vulcanodontid Antetonitrus and camarasaurids Lourinhasaurus and Aragosaurus, plus an thorough study about Manidens toothing and Heterodontosaurus postcranium, which together constitute a great source of retail knowledge on the heterodontosaurids skeleton.
Two other notable items that unfortunately aren't exploded in the pop web as they should have been are the one reporting the discovery of a juvenile specimen of Mega
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Hi, my dear dino-guys! While I'm planning some work, I came to my mind to report in this journal entry a precious list of my favorite papers (most of them from PLOS ONE) that might be of help or good thorough reading to people like me who simply can't stop learning about dinosaurs. Such very interesting documents, accompanied by beautiful HD pictures, and these aren't only new species-descriptions but also revisions, phylogenetic analysis and taphonomic observations.
This journal is gonna be adjourned over time with others new papers, so stay attentive to its updates!
1- Body size distribution in Dinosauria: http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0051925
2- Paleopathological survey on a Mapusaurus pack: http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0063409
3- Description of the abelisaur Dahalokely: http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0062047
4- Description of the troodonti
2013 Paleontology Recap
Here I report you the various links with leading institutions to which I have given my modest paleoartistic contribution.
So, where to start? This has been a fantastic year for the dinosphere! From the planet of ceratopsids, we have finally officially named Nasutoceratops and two new chasmosaurins known exclusively for cranial fragments: Judiceratops and Bravoceratops (link: http://dennonychus.deviantart.com/art/Bravoceratops-405909173 ). Then we've basal ornithopods Trinisaura and Albertadromeus, the hadrosauroids Yunmenglong and Canardia (link: http://dennonychus.deviantart.com/art/Canardia-408016034 ), the pachycephalosaurid Acrotholus and nodosaurids Taohelong, Dongyangopelta and Europelta (link: http://dennonychus.deviantart.com/art/Europelta-417736879 ). Plus, two hadrosaurids have got a true makeover! (li
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