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Re: Pygostyles in Pterosaurs

I wrote:

<<The structure in the megalancosaurs may have
supported a ceratinous or scaly structure ...>>

and Ronald Orenstein wrote:

<Another example is the living family Anomaluridae,
the scaly-tailed flying "squirrels" of Africa, that
use scale-like structures on the ventral surface of
the tail for support when clinging vertcally to tree

  Cool! I knew there was a group I was thinking of,
not silky anteaters, for the scaled tails; thanks, Ron!

Jaime "James" A. Headden

  Dinosaurs are horrible, terrible creatures! Even the
  fluffy ones, the snuggle-up-at-night-with ones. You think
  they're fun and sweet, but watch out for that stray tail
  spike! Down, gaston, down, boy! No, not on top of Momma!

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