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Re: Earliest Neornithean?



On Tue, 9 Nov 1999, fredericus ruhe wrote:

> There is Liaoningornis longidigitris Hou, 1997. that is described from the
> late jurasic, Tithonian, although some workers consider the Yixian Formation
> early cretaceous

That's a euornithean, but not a neornithean.

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