First, I would like to thank everybody on the Dinosaur Mailing List. The discussions on this group have greatly improved my knowledge of dinosaurs. The e-mail on this list is stored on the archive at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. Specifically, I would like to thank Dr. Thomas Holtz and George Olshevsky for their time in sending me personal e-mails with information that has enhanced my knowledge of dinosaurs. Much of the organization of the genera list on this page is from an article that Mr. Olshevsky sent me through e-mail. I borrowed extensively from him and very much appreciated the opportunity to do so.I would also like to thank Mike Skrepnick for sending me copies of the Hunteria papers for "Nanotyrannus" and Edmarka that I found so hard to locate over the years.
I would like to give special thanks to people who contributed to the specimen lists (whether they knew they were doing it or not). Specimen lists and numbers were offered by Jackie Wilke, Tracy Ford, Kelly Milner Halls, Dr. Philip Currie, Gertrude Smith, and John Hutchinson (so far). Again, George Olshevsky's review of tyrannosaurs proved to be invaluable, as well. Contributions to the Champion Carnivore page have been made by Gregory S. Paul, Dr. Holtz, and John Hutchinson (again, often accidentally as posts to the Dinosaur Mailing List).
I also benefitted greatly from the use of the following books and articles:
Bakker, R.T., Williams, M., and Currie, P.J. (1988)"Nanotyrannus, a New Genus of Pygmy Tyrannosaur, from the Latest Cretaceous of Montana". Hunteria, Vol. 1 (5): pp 1-30.
Carpenter,K. (1992) "Tyrannosaurids (Dinosauria) of Asia and North America", pp. 250-268. in Mateer, N. and Chen, P.J. (eds.), Aspects of Nonmarine Cretaceous Geology, China Ocean Press: Beijing.
Carr, T. (1998) "Tyrannosaurid (Dinosauria, Theropoda) Cranifacial Ontogeny: Comparative Parsimony Analysis of Ontogenic Characters". Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 18 (3 supplemental), p. 31A.
Carr, T. (1999) "Craniofacial Ontogeny in Tyrannosauridae (Dinosauria, Coelurosauria)". Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 19 (3): pp. 497-520.
Currie, P.J. and Carpenter, K. (2000) "A New Specimen of Acrocanthosaurus atokensis (Theropoda, Dinosauria) from the Lower Cretaceous Antlers Formation (Lower Cretaceous, Aptian) of Oklahoma, USA". Geodiversitas, 22(2): pp. 207-246.
Harris, J.D. (1998) "A Reanalysis of Acrocanthosaurus atokensis, its Phylogenic Status, and Paleobiogeographical Implications, Based on a New Specimen from Texas". New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 13: pp. 1-75.
Horner, J and Lessem, D. (1993) The Complete T. rex. Simon and Shuster, New York.
Lambe, L. (1917) "The Cretaceous Theropodus Dinosaur Gorgosaurus". Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Canada, #100: 1-84.
Lessem, D. (1992) Dinosaurs Rediscovered. Simon and Schuster/ Touchstone, New York.
Madsen, J.H. (1976) "Allosaurus fragilis: a Revised Osteology". Utah Geological Survey, Bulletin 109. pp. 1-164.
Matthew, W.D. and Brown, B. (1923) Preliminary Notices of Skeletons and Skulls of Deinodontidae from the Cretaceous of Alberta". American Museum Novitates, #89: pp. 1-10.
Molnar, R. (1991) "The Cranial Morphology of Tyrannosaurus rex". Palaeontographica Abt. A, 217: 18-176.
Olshevsky, G. e-mail sent from a manuscript published in Gakken, #'s 9 and 10. An excellent review of tyrannosaurs and tyrannosaur material.
Osborn, H.(1906) "Tyrannosaurus, Upper Cretaceous Carnivorous Dinosaur (Second Communication)", Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. #22: 281-296.
Paul, G.S. (1988) Predatory Dinosaurs of the World. Simon and Schuster, New York.
Russell, D. (1970) "Tyrannosaurs from the Late Cretaceous of Western Canada". National Museum of Natural Science Publication. Palaeontology 1: 1-34.
Weishample, D., Dodson, P., and Osmolska, H. (Eds.) The Dinosauria. University of California Press, Berkeley: 1992.