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Re: ALPHABETICAL DINOSAURS



christian farrell kammerer <cfkammer@midway.uchicago.edu><
Wrote:
Well, although it is now extinct, the Jamaican flightless ibis _Xenicibis xympithecus_ is sort of a modern bird (I know it is found in Pleistocene cave deposits--not sure about Holocene).<

Why not also use a modern bird for the letter "f", instead of worrying about 2 fragmentary non-avian theropods?
Peace,
Rob


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Northern Arizona University
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"A _Coelophysis_ with feathers?"

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