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Re: seeds and pterosaurs
You've aroused my curiosity. What is the hypothesis in question?
P.S. I think I said 'Tapejarids' rather than 'Tapejerids', but don't pay any
attention to that because grammar has never been my thing, and research wasn't
involved (at least on my part), so I was totally ungrammatical and used the
English plural. The correct plural is 'Tapejaridae', with an 'a' following the
'j', rather than an 'e'. You can find very limited info on Tupuxuara on pages
128, 130, & 185 of Wellnhofer's 'Illustrated Encyclopedia', and info on Tapejara
on pages 128 and 130. Alex Kellner should have a good bit of additional
> Raymond Ancog wrote:
> > >>>Do you know the generic names of these tocan-pterosaurs?<
> > I can't recall the exact names, but I think two of them were Tupuxuara and
> > Tapejeria. Jim Cunningham refers to them collectively as tapejerids, so
> > probably the family name is Tapejeridae.
> I've heard of both these pterosaurs (in fact, have done pictures of them), but
> I've never heard this hypothesis. Dose it make sence?