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  • noun Plural form of bonebed.

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Examples

  • So I had several short frilled Ceratopsians to choose from, including the two best known from mass bonebeds related to floods.

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  • So I had several short frilled Ceratopsians to choose from, including the two best known from mass bonebeds related to floods.

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  • Some of these bonebeds contain the remains of hundreds to possibly thousands of individuals and represent catastrophic mass death assemblages that strongly indicate herding behavior Eberth, 1996.

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  • They are often found in bonebeds, which are accumulations of vertebrate fossils from more than one individual that are concentrated along a bedding plane or throughout a single bed Eberth and Getty, 2005.

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  • Although Triceratops is the most common dinosaur in the terminal Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation White et al., 1998, known from over 50 singleton specimens collected since the late nineteenth century, no bonebeds or associations of multiple individuals have previously been reported.

    The first Triceratops bonebed ...

  • Although Triceratops is the most common dinosaur in the terminal Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation White et al., 1998, known from over 50 singleton specimens collected since the late nineteenth century, no bonebeds or associations of multiple individuals have previously been reported.

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  • For example, 20 bonebeds have been reported from Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta, Canada, which contain Centrosaurus and Styracosaurus Visser,1986; Ryan et al., 2001; Eberth and Getty, 2005.

    The first Triceratops bonebed ...

  • Some of these bonebeds contain the remains of hundreds to possibly thousands of individuals and represent catastrophic mass death assemblages that strongly indicate herding behavior Eberth, 1996.

    The first Triceratops bonebed ...

  • For example, 20 bonebeds have been reported from Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta, Canada, which contain Centrosaurus and Styracosaurus Visser,1986; Ryan et al., 2001; Eberth and Getty, 2005.

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  • They are often found in bonebeds, which are accumulations of vertebrate fossils from more than one individual that are concentrated along a bedding plane or throughout a single bed Eberth and Getty, 2005.

    The first Triceratops bonebed ...

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