Tag Archives: Coahuila

A new take on Yehuecauhceratops.

The danger of having extremely fragmentary dinosaur remains like the ones found in Mexico is that they are  bound to different interpretations… and if we are not careful we can end up in opposite directions when it is time to … Continue reading

Posted in ceratopsians, hadrosaurs, Mexican Prehistory, ornithomimosaurs, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

The Loneliness of Isauria.

Following my visit to Mexico, Ricardo Servín Pichardo‘s reconstruction of Isauria (Latirhinus uistlani) from Formación del  Cerro del Pueblo, Parras, Coahuila brought  to the fore the amount of pathologies previously described in much detail by  Angel Alejandro Ramírez Velasco. According to … Continue reading

Posted in hadrosaurs, Mexican Prehistory, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

The Mexican Dinosaur Eden(Part 1)

As I was mentioning in the previous blog, even as fragmentary as the fossil material is most of the time in Mexico, the Cuenca de Parras, Coahuila, specifically this time  Cerro del Pueblo in the north of Mexico, has produced exceptional specimens like  the … Continue reading

Posted in ceratopsians, Dinosaur rEvolution, Mexican Prehistory, Ornithischians, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Working on another Mexican enigma…

During one of my visits to vaults of the Museo de Geología, one of the fossils that impressed me most was this (still unnamed) hadrosaur muzzle and beak.  Still partly encased in the stone matrix, it gave me a truly … Continue reading

Posted in hadrosaurs, Mexican Prehistory, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , | 3 Comments