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Looking for a recent, comprehensive cladogram.
This is my first message to the dinosaur mailing list. I just signing on
yesterday. I am an amateur reasearcher and find I often have a hard time
finding good information. I am finding it particularly hard to find books I
don't already own. If anyone knows some recent titles, please let me know.
I would also like to receive some publications, but can't seem to find
anything quite specific enough on the shelf of my local bookstores.
In particular, right now I am looking for a recent and comprehensive
cladogram or evolutionary tree for the dinosaurs. I believe the most recent ne
I have is from the early 1990's and, unfortunately, much of my information
seems to go out of date quite quickly.
If anyone can give me information on recent books, on how to get dinosaur-
specific publications, or where to find a cladogram, it would be very much
appreciated. Thank you.