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<<Date: Tue, 22 Jun 1999 09:45:16 -0400
From: "James Norton" <JNorton@mailbox.une.edu>
Subject: dinosaur phylogeny and Greek mythology
Interestingly, and consistent with the legend =
and with Dinogeorge's theory, those archosaurs that were secondarily =
flightless eventually perished like the son Icarus, while the successful =
flyers survived like the father Daedalus.
Something for the group to muse about.
I don`t really see the pattern here. After all,...Enantiornithines aren`t
around any longer either.