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Re: Dino reference books

I'm interested that no one on the list has mentioned Robert Carroll's
_Vertebrate Paleontology and Evolution_.  Though somewhat dated (pub.
1988) this is an exhaustive encyclopedia covering vertebrates from the
time of their inception to the present.  I particularly like the book
because it gives a great deal of info not only on dinos but also on
their contemporaries, making it much easier to get an overall picture of
what the Mesozoic looked like.  Does anyone else have this book and/or
any thoughts on it?