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New papers (some relevant to bird origins)
Ralph Molnar teaches Historical Geology here at Northern Arizona University.
I'll have to ask him if he was involved in the research with this paper :P
<<A paper from my own stomping ground, Down Under...
Gunston, N. (2001). Heaps of beaut new theropods from yonks ago, up there
in Banana Bender country. _Proceedings of the Pauline Hanson Institute for
Multicultural Studies_ 0(1): 1993-1996.
The title says it all. Several new theropods are described from Queensland,
northeastern Australia. The paper is written in Australian, and I'm still
in the process of translating it (hey, it's been a while.)
It seems _Ozraptor_ was part of a hitherto unknown radiation of strange
theropods. The new genera are: _Lyonnesseraptor_, _Xanaduraptor_,
_Honaleeraptor_, and _Neverlandraptor_.>>