Chinzorig Tsogtbaatar

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2022 journal article

Large-bodied ornithomimosaurs inhabited Appalachia during the Late Cretaceous of North America

PLOS ONE, 17(10).

By: C. Tsogtbaatar n, T. Cullen*, G. Phillips*, R. Rolke* & L. Zanno n

Ed(s): L. Claessens

MeSH headings : Animals; Fossils; Ecosystem; Dinosaurs / anatomy & histology; North America; Grasshoppers; Appalachian Region
TL;DR: An assemblage of ornithomimosaurian materials from the Santonian Eutaw Formation of Mississippi provide key information on the diversity and distribution of North American ornithmimosaurs and Appalachian dinosaurs and fit with broader evidence of multiple cohabiting species of ornithsomimosaurs in Late Cretaceous ecosystems of Laurasia. (via Semantic Scholar)
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