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Re: Dino feathers=Ptero fur?
Chris Nedin wrote:
> Mike Keesey wrote:
> >Crossed my mind as well. See my Archaeopteryx page:
> >(may be easier just to go to http://www.wam.umd.edu/~tmkeesey - shorter URL)
> Mike, hold out your hand.
> Now, write out 100 times:
> "My URL is http://exp1.wam.umd.edu/~tmkeesey/dinosaur/families/archaeo.html
> *NOT* http://www.wam.umd.edu/~tmkeesey/dinosaur/families/archaeo.html"
OW! Hey, it's BOTH. I think exp1 is more reliable, but www works as well,
rerouting it to the express machine which picks one of the three exp#
Anyway, there's a li'l essay there about Archaeopteryx, including a brief
section about dinosaurian feathers, including a suggestion that dinosaur
feathers may be homologous (that IS the word I want, right?) to pterosaur
-T. Mike Keesey
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