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Re: [dinosaur] Dromaeosaurid ungual phalanx from Amur Region, Russia
This is the original version of the article in Russian, which appeared in a different journal, recently made open access.
A news story (in Russian) from back in February about some of the dinosaur finds fromÂ Blagoveshchensk...
(Plus, I need to correct a copy-paste typo in the authors I missed...)
A new paper:
I. Yu. Bolotskii, Yu. L. Bolotskii & A. P. Sorokin (2019)
The First Find of an Ungual Phalanx of a Dromaeosaurid Dinosaur (Dinosauria: Dromaeosauridae) from the Blagoveshchensk Area of Late Cretaceous Dinosaurs (Amur Region, Russia).
Doklady Earth Sciences 484(1): 18â20Â
An ungual phalanx of a dromaeosaurid dinosaur from near Blagoveshchensk was studied for the first time. The occurrence of dromaeosaurids apart from other taxa of dinosaurs is evidence of the high biodiversity of the Amur region before the CretaceousâPaleogene event.