Tag Archives: Tlatolophus

All change! Latirhinus uitstlani (Isauria)gets a new drastic make-over and moves genera thanks to Mexican researchers.

Palaeontology is a discipline always in state of flux. Especially -in this case – Mexican Palaeontology… the mural of our well received “Hecho En Mexico” Gondwana Studios exhibition at the Alpha Museum in Monterrey (now in the Museo del Desierto. … Continue reading

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Indulging in one of my favourite passions… once again!

Yes… a bit of work in Mexico and the results are for all to see. I was graciously provided with a cast of Caudipteryx… a dream come true! I’m eternally grateful… but the main thing was to get the blank … Continue reading

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The Dinosaur rEvolution in New Zealand continues…

The rEvolution is getting closer to what it should be! It’s taken many outings but the way I look at this now, it is as close as the original I conceived as it could be (for the moment). It is … Continue reading

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