Friday, April 15, 2016

Trundling over to Pseudoplocephalus.com!

After just over 6 years on Blogger, Pseudoplocephalus is moving to a new home at www.pseudoplocephalus.com! It's finally time for me to have a proper grown-up website for responsible adults, so you'll be able to find not only the blog, but information about my research, publicationsteaching, fieldwork, science communication, and public science efforts all in one place. If you aren't already following me on Twitter (@VictoriaArbour), you can also do that too! Thank you, dear readers, for following along all of these years, and I hope I'll see you over at my new digs.


2 comments:

  1. Hola victoria, muy buena tu pagina ¿has investigado el holotipo de ankylosauria de la Prov. De Entre Rios Arg.? mas precisamente en la formación Puerto yeruá, de afloramientos cretacicos.

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