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Re: question about plants in Mesozoic



>At 04:53 PM 4/2/97 -0700, Rich Travsky wrote:
>>
>>Just out of curiousity, what nuttrional value is known about these
>>plants? It says something about the critters that would've ate them.
>
>I am not sure one can generalize usefully over such a wide variety of
>forms.  The majority of modern ferns are fairly coarse and difficult to
>digest, but there are exceptions.  Also, grass itself is often fairly rough
>fodder.

        This is where gastroliths come in, right?

bruce

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