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Re: Dino Art
From: Robert J Meyerson <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Rob Meyerson)
> > Does anyone know about the state of angiosperm development in the Late
> > Cretaceous?
Stan Friesen wrote:
> However, the evidecne seems to be that in most habitats conifers and
> ginkgos were still the dominant trees, with the angiosperms being mostly
> successional or seral or arid zone species.
Ginkgos turn screaming yellow in the fall, so yellow would be quite
possible. I won't swear to it, but I think Wm Stout may have done
something in that stylish DINOSAURS book he illustrated all that long
time ago (but if memory serves me, it was a single leaf in an oriental
wood engraving-style illustration)