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firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Yates) doth wrote:
On Fri, 29 May 1998, Jason wrote:
> > Just to tie all this with the fact that this is a paleontology list,
> > to ask if any evidence of some dinosaurs being nest parasites was
> > found or suspected. Or is this almost impossible to ever find from
> It is almost impossible to test the idea rigorously but the presence
> hatchling dromaeosaurids inside an Oviraptor nest is intriguing......
One guess is that they were chow for baby Ovi's, but I agree that the
far) is very ambiguous.
As far as finding stronger evidence of non-avian dino nest-parasitism, I
definately raise my eyebrows over any discovery of two different egg (or
morphotypes from a single nest.