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On Thu, 2 Jul 1998 13:11:56 EDT FALCON2426@aol.com writes:
>I have to admit it. I'm only 15, and I'm a complete amateur. This is
>harder than it looks. I barely understand the e-mails that come
>list, and I've been trying to learn just about every word from
>www.dinosauria.com's "Anatomical Dictionary." But its going any slow.
>anyone have any advice on what I could do or read to start really
An excellent (and cheap) investment for you would be to buy a good
dictionary of technical terms. I recommend this little paperback:
The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Zoology. Edited by Michael
Allaby. Oxford University Press, New York. ISBN 0-19-286093-3.
If you are having trouble following along with the cladistics
are a little more limited as a 15 year-old (there are some fine college
textbooks that discuss cladistics, if you feel up to it). A better
alternative for you , and if you want to spend $59 dollars, I recommend
buying the book "The Complete Dinosaur", which has a couple sections
relating to introductory cladistics.
It also has <nearly> the most up-to-date information on all of the groups
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