Those rhynchosaurs again

The great Darren Naish of Tetrapod Zoology has a post up on rhynchosaurs for those who are interested. However I am well aware of the fact that I am getting far more traffic from him than he will from me, so this post is also a thoroughly self-serving attempt to keep new reader on here a bit longer by linking to my own rhynchosaur posts.

Darren’s post comes off the back of my own description of a new rhynchosaur from the UK last year that I completed with Mike Benton, the not especially famous Fodonyx. Rhynchosaurs have also cropped up on the Musings before with a life reconstruction of Scaphonyx in Beijing, and Darren himself appeared with the original Fodonyx skull way back at the dawn of the Musings.

6 Responses to “Those rhynchosaurs again”

  1. 1 Darren Naish 30/01/2009 at 8:44 pm

    Yeah, rhynchosaurs!

    • 2 David Hone 30/01/2009 at 9:28 pm

      You have to love them! Byt the way, in response to your comment of Mike needing an honorrific taxon, hopefully he will get his chance. With Adam Yates and Max Langer both in rhynchosaur-rich areas and I’m love to work on them again, he has a few former pupils who might be able to do the deed one day.

  2. 3 Darren Naish 30/01/2009 at 11:42 pm

    When you need me to co-author, just gimme a shout. Yeah, ok, like I need another side-project to work on 🙂

  3. 5 Nathan Myers 31/01/2009 at 5:39 pm

    I think the accepted adjective for Darren is “awesome”. However, it applies to his entire coterie, including his Sauropod Vertebra colleagues, his most prolific blog responders (David M, A Hazen, Dartian, etc.), and yourself.

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