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Re: [Re: Feathered/scaly theropods: trying to make the point.]
Surely not! I'm saying that if feathers were rotten their structure may not
have been well preserved, and so we get difficulties to recognise true
feathers or fluffy integuments on the fossile.
Of course I think the Yixian dromaeosaur was feathered!
I hope I'm clear now, and excuse my poor English,
Luc J."Aspidel" BAILLY.
p.s. T. Mike Keesey has seen my fluffy reconstruction of the Yixian
----- Original Message -----
From: Waylon Rowley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2001 8:15 PM
Subject: Re: [Re: Feathered/scaly theropods: trying to make the point.]
> Are you saying that as these animals decomposed, the
> mold that grew on their rotting corpses produced the
> feather-like halo? How could you test this?
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