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Correction and Question

Hi All -

        Man, today has been a _bad_ day for my brain...I said earlier that
the paper in _JP_ including Lower Cretaceous feathers in amber from Spain
doesn't figure the feathers, but it does; I must've been distracted by all
the shots of palynomorphs and bugs, which are a bit closer to some work I'm
presently doing, and I didn't see the feather shots.  8-P  Sorry for the

        A quick question:  since most of the croc workers out there are
using "Crocodylia" instead of "Crocodilia," I assume the former is correct,
but it only seems to be in the last few years that the former took
precedence over the latter spelling.  What's the story behind the change?

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