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  • Regardless, Greg Paul erected the subgenus Giraffatitan, and placed the African species, B. brancai in it, so that the species became properly known by the rather unwieldy name Brachiosaurus (Giraffatitan) brancai.

    "Nothing remains. We could run when the rain slows."

  • Now, along comes another paleontologist, Michael Taylor, twenty-one years later (and 105 years after Riggs first recognized Brachiosaurus altithorax), and makes things a bit less messy by demonstrating that Paul was right: two valid taxa were once contained within the single genus, Brachiosaurus, but because of the problems posed by subgenera, we need to consider them two distinct genera, Brachiosaurus and Giraffatitan.

    "Nothing remains. We could run when the rain slows."

  • If your readers were not degenerates and clapping zombies, they would have already swamped this so-called blog in healthy renunciations of the trendy Giraffatitan agenda.

    "HIgh above the mountain, an eagle calling down..."

  • Yesterday, I finished reading "A re-evaluation of Brachiosaurus altithorax Riggs 1904 (Dinosauria, Sauropoda) and its generic separation from Giraffatitan brancai (Janenesch 1914)."

    "Nothing remains. We could run when the rain slows."

  • "Finally, I beg forgiveness from all brachiosaur lovers, that so beautiful an animal as 'Brachiosaurus' brancai now has to be known by so inelegant a name as Giraffatitan."

    "Nothing remains. We could run when the rain slows."

  • Tendaguru Scene: Brachiosaurus (Giraffatitan) brancai and Dicraeosaurus hansemanni (by Greg Paul)

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Tendaguru Scene: Brachiosaurus (Giraffatitan) brancai and Dicraeosaurus hansemanni (by Greg Paul)

    Life's Time Capsule: MORE Sauropods in Art!

  • 5. The tallest and heaviest dinosaur known from good skeletons is _______ also known as Giraffatitan.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • 5. The tallest and heaviest dinosaur known from good skeletons is _______ also known as Giraffatitan.

    [dinoquiz] slip back a few million years

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