Vertebrate bonebeds are rich sources of palaeontological information throughout the world (Rogers et al. 2007), and they have long been sources of information on dinosaur anatomy, behaviour, ecology, growth, and variability. Although dinosaur-dominated bonebeds have been known in Alberta for a long time (Brown 1919; Sternberg 1970), they received relatively little attention during the first seven decades that dinosaurs were collected in the province. This was primarily because collectors came to Alberta for the relatively common, well-preserved, articulated dinosaur skeletons that produced both new species and spectacular museum displays (Currie 1981, 1987)....

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