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R: Dinosaur art

Mr. Skrepnick,

[the paintings are wonderful :-)]

I've noticed Nomingia has been reconstructed with an oviraptorid-like skull
and , since I seem to remember it was considered a  basal oviraptorosaur of
quite unclear affinities ( at least judging from what I see on the net and
from what has been posted by Mickey M. and others on the list), I just
wanted to know if this is somehow supported or what.....just being curious
(BTW the painting is , as all the others, impressive).


Filippo Calzolari

----- Original Message -----
From: Michael Skrepnick <palaeopaint@dinosaursinart.com>
To: Dinosaur List <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Sent: Friday, May 17, 2002 10:00 AM
Subject: Dinosaur art

> A quick announcement to those members of the DML who have an interest in
> paleo art.  Judy and I have just completed and uploaded a website with my
> artwork and expect to be adding more images and information to it as time
> permits.  If you have a few spare moments to have a look, it can be found
> at:
> http://www.dinosaursinart.com
> Cheers,
> Michael Skrepnick
> Paleo Artist
> Visit my Website:
> http://www.dinosaursinart.com