David Marjanovic wrote
> Do you suggest that it could a synapomorphy in basal dinosaurs?
>It would be really interesting if such stuff ever turned out to be
>synapomorphic for Ornithodira (in its original definition and now assumed
>contents) -- then pterosaur hair would be homologous to feathers, and crocs
>would have lost it secondarily. I'm just trying to imagine a fuzzy
>*Prolacerta* :-S ... and I'm waiting for confirmation of the hairs on
The possible synapomorphic nature of this fibre-like integument, for Ornithodira, was exactly what I suggested in my original message.
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