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Reptilia - Dinosauria - Eggs & Embryos

ALF K. & CARPENTER K. (1993): Preliminary results of a study of an eggshell site in the Morrison Formation of Colorado. J.Vert.Paleont. 13: 24A

CARPENTER K. & ALF K. (1994): Global distribution of dinosaur eggs, nests, and babies. In: CARPENTER K., HIRSCH K.F. & HORNER J.R. (eds.), Dinosaur Eggs and Babies, Cambridge University Press, pp. 15-30

Other Works

Mounts of the smaller of the two Coelophysis skeletons and the skeleton of Sphenocoelus unitensis - Denver Museum of Natural History.

Involved with the discovery of a dinosaur egg clutch in the Morrison Formation at Garden Park, Colorado.

Karen collaborated with Ken Carpenter on the first chapter in Dinosaur Eggs and Babies, and she is also the woman operating the jackhammer in the second color plate in Ken's Eggs, Nests, and Baby Dinosaurs, which was taken at the Garden Park site.
 

 


ALF K. & CARPENTER K. (1993): Preliminary results of a study of an eggshell site in the Morris

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