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Re: John Bois on Armadillos at the K/T!
John Bois (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
<All but a few Pterosaurs were booted out of their niche by something well
before the bolide. I
mean pterosaur diversity was much greater earlier. Do you need a reference for
If you want to be able to quanitify the statement, yes, you do. However, the
towards larger marine and estuarine/fluvial gliders/fliers, as in
pteranodontids, azhdarchids, and
tapejarids, only occurs in the middle of the Cretaceous, well before the K/T
event and does not
appear to have any relevance. The biggist pterosaurs were in the latest
Cretaceous, but no causal
effect has been determinable, so making assumptions on this matter are horribly
Jaime A. Headden
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