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Re: Protoavis refs



gmbra@it.net.au wrote
>
>>The only definite thing I know is Chatterjee's The Rise of 
>>Birds book and it's briefly mentioned in Paul's Predatory Dinosaurs of the 
>>World.
>>Nick
>
>her's a few to go on with
>REFERENCES for PROTOAVIS
>
>Skull of Protoavis and Early Evolution of Birds.
>Chatterjee, S.
>JOURNAL OF VERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY 7(3)(Suppl.).  (1987) .
>
>The bird in the bush,
>Ostrom, J. H.
>Nature  353; 212 (1991).
>
>Cranial anatomy and relationships of a new Triassic bird from Texas.
>Chatterjee, S.
>PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON B, 332; 277 - 342 
>(1991).
>
>The Triassic bird Protoavis.
>Chatterjee, S.
>Archaeopteryx, Volume 13; 15-31 (1995).
>
>The Questionable validity of Protoavis.
>Ostrom, J. H.
>Archaeopteryx  39-42 (1996).
>
>Chatterjee, S.
>The Rise of Birds: 225 Million Years of Evolutionâ, Johns Hopkins Univ. 
>Press, 312 pp (1997).
>
>
And : 

Beardsley T, Fossil bird shakes evolutionary hypothesis, Nature 1986,
322, 677 

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Gautam Majumdar