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RE: Museology II

I agree. One thing the Peabody did very well in the feathered dinosaur
G. Derkits

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> From:         Pharris Nicholas J[SMTP:pharrinj@plu.edu]
> Sent:         Wednesday, March 10, 1999 3:36 PM
> To:   Derkits, Gustav E, JR (Gus)
> Cc:   Dinosaur Mailing List
> Subject:      RE: Museology II
> I neglected to mention this in my earlier post, but as I am a phylogenist
> at heart, I definitely think there need to be family tree-type charts on
> the walls and such to show people how these things were related.  In fact,
> I like to see family trees imposed on world maps of various stages, so
> that patterns of dispersal and diversification can be examined.
> Nick Pharris
> Pacific Lutheran University
> Tacoma, WA 98447
> (253)535-7045