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Re: quick question



At 11:48 PM 5/6/98 -0500, Jack wrote:
>Have a quick question.  I've been checking the archives and can't find it,
>but I know that someone on the list said that the pubis in Archaeopteryx
>was not as retroverted as sometimes displayed, instead it was more
>vertical.  I need to cite this, does anybody know where I can find it in
>the archives or know the source for a publication, or willing to say "Yes,
>I've seen the specimens, this is the case," and let me use them as a pers.
>comm.?  
>I know this is a lot to ask, but I would like to use it in a paper I'm
>writing and this is one of the last things holding me back on finishing.
>Thanks SOOO much in advance.  Have a great night!

   I don't know if this helps, but I have a book reference for it:

David Fastovsky and David Weishampel, The Evolution and Extinction of the
Dinosaurs (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996), 301.


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