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Re: Dinosaur Genera List corrections #43
At 04:05 PM 3/17/96 -0500, Dinogeorge@aol.com wrote:
>The following synonym of _Archaeopteryx_ was evidently to have been proposed
>as a replacement name for _Griphosaurus_ and is not simply a misspelling of
>it, as I had thought before:
>_Griphornis_ Owen _vide_ Woodward, 1862*
Okay, add this to the list.
>So, because _Archaeopteryx_ has been classified among the dinosaurs, this
>should be added to the list as a dinosaur name. The asterisk signifies that
>it is not presently considered dinosaurian.
>_Archaeopteryx_ and all its objective and subjective synonyms, namely,
>_Archaeornis_, _Griphornis, _Griphosaurus_, and _Jurapteryx_, should likewise
Now I'm confused. If _Archaeopteryx_ is classified among the dinosaurs,
why should it and all it's synonyms be asterisked as non-dinosaurian?
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