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tlford@ix.netcom.com wrote:

> And what about ichnology? The forgotten science. There are thousands and
> thousands of small theoropod prints from the early Jurassic to the late
> Jurassic. With some early Jurassic prints that are so small they'll fit
> under a quater. What about the bird (or bird like prints?just forget
> them? Not good enough?)

I'm not familiar with most of the cases you list, but I did want to add one
more data point: a single, suspiciously dromaeosaurish-looking print from a
site in New Jersey, which was announced and discussed at DinoFest.  Were you
in that talk?  Saturday morning, Paul Olsen?

-- Jon W.