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RE: Bristol dinosaur supertree



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\uc1\pard\plain\deftab360 \f0\fs20\cf0 Just read the preprint. There's a clade named *Oviraptosaurs* including Therizinosaurs and Oviraptorids. When has that clade been named before?\par
Cheers,\par
Jean-Michel\par
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-----Original Message-----\par
From: Jeff Hecht [mailto:jeff@jeffhecht.com]\par
Sent: Thursday, May 16, 2002 5:01 PM\par
To: Dinosaur mailing list\par
Subject: Bristol dinosaur supertree\par
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I may have missed mention of it here, but I just discovered Davide \par
Pisani, Mike Benton, et al of Bristol have published a 'supertree' of \par
277 dinosaur genera in the 7 May issue of the Proceedings of the \par
Royal Society B. You can find press information and links to the \par
paper at\par
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http://palaeo.gly.bris.ac.uk/dinosaur/supertree.html\par
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