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Re: Archaeopteryx flight
Hallux? And manus movements? You know, I never noticed that before. My copy
of this paper is buried a box in my garage somewhere, so if somebody could
check this reference to see whether he actually talks about the hallux, it
would be nice. The paper is referred to in The Dinosauria with regard to
the anatomy of the ceratosaurian manus, not pes.<
Whelp, having read this several times, I can say that he is refering to the
manus. He incorrectly calls it the hallux. Most citations I've seen for this
paper put a (sic) after hallux.
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"A _Coelophysis_ with feathers?"
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