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Tom Holtz says:
"(For fairness sake, nit-pickers can find a monstrously horrible taxon name
that must have squeaked by me during earlier drafts of the Padian et al.
paper, on column 1 of page 78... D'oh!! D'oh!!! D'OHH!!!!)"
Ditto on the d'oh! I didn't see that consarn friggin ugly @#$!*&~ either.
:-P Makes me wish I had one of those "Men in Black" memory eraser thingies.
BTW, I'd like to clarify that (p.77) we do not explicitly define the node
"Eusaurischia." We mention that the (Ornithischia + Saurischia) node is
unnamed. If people like Eusaurischia, cool (IMVHO, there are too many
"Eu's" and "Neo's" already). I guess the node deserves a name someday, but
the paper is about Theropoda.
Many sincere thanks to Patrick Norton for offering to send photocopies out.
Very cool of him!
--John R. Hutchinson