STL Science Center

STL Science Center

20 November 2012

Achelousaurus: Paper Edition

Achelousaurus is not a really heavily written about Centrosaurine, though it cannot be said that nothing has been written about it in relation to other Centrosaurines or even in papers by itself. Finding such material is a little more difficult, but it is not entirely absent from the world. Some of the most interesting things anyone can read are about skull shape, when it comes to Ceratopsids in general, and Achelousaurus is no different in that respect. The Royal Tyrell's Ceratopsid symposium, from which the book that houses many of the papers cited in the last couple of Ceratopsians mentioned here, did an absolutely fantastic job of pulling together a lot of Ceratopsian research and publishing it is a single hardcover book was a very good idea on someone's part. I just need to get a copy of it some time.

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