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Re: Pre-archosaur...was : What came before Eoraptor?

In a message dated 4/11/2000 3:48:37 AM Pacific Daylight Time, 
larryf@capital.net writes:

> Many of the prolacertilians seem all but "quadrupedal and sprawling".

Read my original post.  I did not say that prolacertilians were quadrupedal 
and sprawling.  I said that basal archosaurs (which are more closely related 
to dinosaurs than prolacertilians are) were quadrupedal and sprawling, which 
implies that any advanced locomotory characteristics seen in dinosaurs and 
prolacertilians were most likely derived independently from a quadrupedal, 
sprawling condition.

Nick Pharris