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RE: DINOLIST PHYLOGENY (long joke)



As usual, you have overlooked another major player in the ecology of the list, 
the Lurkerids.  The Lurkerids are an interstitial fauna, and are not related to 
the dinolistiforms (as previously described).  Lurkerids are rarely seen, 
except when revealed in posts like this one, scampering across the list, only 
to disappear again.  They live silent, invisible lives, waiting for the day 
that a cataclysmic event causes mass extinction of the dinolistiforms, at which 
point the Lurkerids, better adapted to survive in the new environment, will 
evolve into a myriad of types, occupying the niches previously held by 
dinolistiforms.
--
Curtis Olson
Hamilton VA
olson_c@mediasoft.net

"Human equality is a contingent fact of history"
        - Stephen Jay Gould