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Re: Pterodac. crest
I assume you've got "The Illustrtrated Encyclopedia of Pterosaurs" by
Wellnhofer. There are 3 or 4 photos of P kochi fossils. None of these
shows so much as a hint of a crest. Is there something now out there that
shows P kochi with a crest?? I'd like to see it too. Is this possibly an
example of sexual dimorphism within the same species, or a new species?? -
Bill & Rebecca Hunt
Hunt Wildlife Studios
119 Bierstadt Ct
Livermore, CO 80536
> From: "Cliff Green" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2002 17:38:47 -0600
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> Subject: Re: Pterodac. crest
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> From: "David Peters" <email@example.com>
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> Sent: Friday, October 25, 2002 5:41 AM
> Subject: re: Pterodac. crest
>> Hey, whatever happened to the supposed dermal crest found on the
>> ultraviolet preparation of a _Pterodactylus_?
>> It's still there. Ties in nicely with the similar crest found in
>> David Peters
> Dear Dave and list.
> I have been working on a life sized Pterodactylus Kochi all week. Just
> prior to reading this post, I put it in the mold, sans a crest. #%&*! Please
> fill in your favorite curse for translational purposes. I'm sure I already
> said it at least twice since this morning.
> So, Does anyone have a reference page for the pterodactylus crest?
> Thank heavens for Magic Sculpt Cliff