BIBLIOGRAPHY OF EGGS AND NESTING

Hirsch, Karl F. Allen J Kihm, and Darla K. Zelenitsky1997. New eggshell of ratite morphotype with predation marks from the Eocene of Colorado. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 17(2); 360-369.

Horner, J. R. 1982. Evidence of colonial nesting and "site fidelity' among ornithischian dinosaurs. Nature, 297: 675-676.

Horner, J. R. 1984. The nesting behavior of dinosaurs. Scientific American, 241: 130-137.

Horner, J. R. & R. Makela 1979. Nest of juveniles provides evidence of family structure among dinosaurs. Nature, 282: 296-298.

Huh, Min, and Darla K. Zelenitsky 2002. Rich dinosaur nesting site from the Cretaceous of Bosung County, Chullanam-do Province, South Korea. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 22(3); 716-718.

Jensen, J. A. 1966. Dinosaur eggs from the Upper Cretaceous of Utah. Brigham Young University of Geology Studies, 13: 55-67.

Jensen, J. A. 1970. Fossil eggs in the Lower Cretaceous of Utah. Brigham Young University of Geology Studies, 17: 51-65.

Nadon, G.C. 1993. The association of anastomosed fluvial deposits and dinosaur tracks, eggs, and nests: implications for the interpretation of floodplain environments and a possible survival strategy for ornithopods. Palaios, 8: 31 - 44.

Tokaryk, Tim, T., and John E. Storer 1991. Dinosaur eggshell fragments from Saskatchewan and evaluation of potential distance of eggshell transport.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 11(3):58A.

Zelenitsky, Darla 2000. Dinosaur eggs from North America and Asia. Journal of the Paleontological Society of Korea, Special Publication No. 4: 13-26

Zelenitsky, Darla K. 2000. First record of elongatoolithid theropod eggshell from North America: the Asian oogenus Macroelongatoolithus from the lower Cretaceous of Utah. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 20(1):130-138.

Zelenitsky, Darla K. and L.V. Hills 1997. Normal and pathological eggshells of Spheroolithus albertensis, oosp. nov., from the Oldman Formation (Judith River Group, late Campanian), southern Alberta. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 17(1):167-171.