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Re: pterosauria, mammoths

From: Nick Longrich <longrich@stardot.com>

 >         I recall someone mentioning a while back that some fragmentary
 > pterosaur was actually a troodont. Anybody recall?

Not specifically, but such switches are quite common.  Small fragmentary
hollow bones are frequently switched around among Aves, Pterosauria,
and various advanced coelurosaur groups. (look at Avisaurus, for

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