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RE: New Cretaceous bird and other papers

David Marjanovic wrote:

>But we don't find any non-neornithine dinosaur anywhere in the world
>afterwards. I do think that tells something.

Recently, _Lithornis_ (early Tertiary), hitherto regarded as a palaeognath,
has been moved to outside the Neornithes.

(Apologies if somebody has already mentioned this - quite a few of my emails
are scrambled.)


"And the gold medal goes to Austria!!... err, Australia!!"


Timothy J. Williams 

USDA-ARS Researcher 
Agronomy Hall 
Iowa State University 
Ames IA 50014 

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