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Re: If not "Raptors," then what?
The only time I've seen a microorder was in The Dinosaur Society
Dinosaur Encyclopedia (Don [sic] Lessem & Donald F. Glut, Random House
1993, also called the Dinosaur Blunder Book); there Maniraptora
is a microorder of microorder Coelurosauria, leading its own inflation of
ranks ad absurdum.
This was further advocated by a dinosaur clip art site's "fact files" and by
the Smithsonian Dinosaur Museum computer program. Ad absurdum, that's a new
NICK GARDNER Paleoartist Aim CloudRaptor05
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