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Re: FEATHERS DO NOT = ENDOTHERMY



Darren Naish wrote:
 
> HYPSILOPHODONT SKIN
> 
> With regard to dinosaur skin, I do recall reading a paper by Peter
> Galton where he mentioned an integumentary impression from a
> hypsilophodont (it was scaly).

Oh?  Where was this?  The only skin impression I know of from any small 
non-theropod is one of Thescelosaurus.  GSP describes it as NOT scaly, but 
"punctured" in his article in Dinosaurs Past and Present Vol. II, possibly 
indicative of some sort of insulation.

Peter Buchholz
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