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A new avimimid flock

In 2016 I led a study that described the first oviraptorosaur bonebed, from the Nemegt locality in Western Mongolia. We described an assemblage of as many as 22 individuals of a small animal called Avimimus, which we later determined to be a separate species. One of the peculiarities about the site was that the group …

The next adventure

It’s been nearly a year since I last posted, and what a year it’s been! I wrote and defended my PhD thesis (which took up most of my time), submitted a couple papers and grant applications, and still managed to find a bit of time for fieldwork. My thesis is now 100% complete, and I’ll …