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Re: Czerkas' book- Analysis and Criticisms
>The pterosaurian fur that has been coming out of China clearly suggests
that presence of fur was the primitive state for the
Doesn't this fall apart, if Dave Peter's hypothesis is right, and they don't
share a common ancestor exclusive of all other archosaurs?
> Still it would be great to see the following:
The integument of an eotyrannus-like fellow.
The integument of a small primitive ornithischian
The integument of dinosauromorph.<
Might be difficult, as some basal dinosaurs had scutes...Eoraptor, I've been
told, along with Coelophysis, I know, and Herrerasaurus looks to have the
potential for it (T-shaped neural spines), though that's not conclusive.
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