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Re: Questions (feathered dilophosaur)
The recreated Dilophosaurus with feathers does look cool- very cool with
it's red roostery crests and all but it is NOT what you'd call a "discovery
of a feathered Dilophosaurus". It is highly speculative, perhaps a
legitimate speculation based on some kind of possible evidence, but that's
about all. Right?
> From: B. Choo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Questions (feathered dilophosaur)
> Date: Friday, July 10, 1998 10:18 AM
> >At 08:30 AM 10/07/98 -0500, you wrote:
> >>I was wondering how likely it is that "primitive" dinosaurs like
> >>Herrasaurus had feathers?(with the discovery of that feathered
> >>Dilophosaurus it seems possible that even Marasuchus could have had
> >Say what???
> >Ronald I. Orenstein Phone: (905) 820-7886
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> The specimen referred to as AC 1/7 from the Lily Pond Quarry (Portland
> Formation) in Massachusetts (part of the Hitchcock collection).
> It is a resting imprint of a bipedal dinosaur consisting of the imprint
> the belly, ischiadic callosity and feet. Impressions from the belly print
> suggest a furry integument, similar to that found on ducklings.
> 1997 in Morales M. (ed), The Continental Jurassic. Museum of Northern
> Arizona Bulletin 60: 179-184)
> Gierlinski feels the trackmaker was a large ceratosaurian theropod and
> helped create a wonderful feathered dilophosaur sculpture for the Polish
> Institute in Warsaw which featured in the most recent Dinosaur World. I
> suspect that this was what Ann Schmidt was referring to.
> Brian Choo