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At 11:39 AM 10/30/96 -0500, Jeffrey Martz wrote:

>     One more little thing...if feathers were really very widespread among 
>dinosaurs, isn't it a remarkable coincidence that the ONLY feather 
>impressions to date JUST HAPPEN to come from that one little dinosaur 
>group most closely related to birds?

   How many non-maniraptoriformes or non-coelurosaurs have been preserved in
sedimentation that could preserve such feathers?

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