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Sent: Sunday, November 19, 2000 9:25
Subject: Re: Earliest known
Caleb Lewis wrote-
What is the earliest known Dromaeosaurid? D. Antirrhopus?
Undescribed forms known from teeth found in the
Early Jurassic Hanson Formation of Antarctica (Ford, this list), the Bathonian
of Russia (Novikov 1998) and England (Benton 1993), the early Kimmeridgian
Portugal (Zinke 1998) and the Kimmeridgian-Tithonian Morrison Formation of
Utah and Colorado (Britt 1991; Chure, Madsen and Britt
I've just found out that I haven't asked yet, so
I'll do that now:
Can anyone provide references for these, especially
the first one (Early Jurassic deinonychosaurians fit well into some hypotheses
and diverse Early Jurassic and Late Triassic ?bird tracks...)? I've tried to
search the archives for it, but this didn't work.
Thanks in advance! Merry Christmas (if this mail
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