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RE: offlist Re: It's here...The Czerkas book

-----Original Message-----
From: David Marjanovic [mailto:david.marjanovic@gmx.at]
Sent: Friday, September 06, 2002 3:04 AM
To: dino.hunter@cox.net
Subject: offlist Re: It's here...The Czerkas book

> David Marjanovic (david.marjanovic@gmx.at) wrote:
> <<Haifangou Formation, middle to late Jurassic.>>
>   In reference to the post David is replying to, this is part of the
> Daohugou fauna and the Daohugou Formation, mispelled earlier.<<
> Ah, DOOHHH!!!<<
Is that so obvious? I mean, it's likely, because of *Epidendrosaurus*, but
what do I know about the geology of places that haven't been mentioned in
(dinosaur) literature before?<<
So, some of the places listed in the book AFAIK haven't been mentioned
either. Does that mean they're wrong?
Well, I double checked and the book as it as Haifangou Formation (So it
wasn't me). I'm going with this spelling.

> <<Archaeovolans repatriates.>>
> <-es? Not -us?>
> Ah, DOOHHH again!!!

Indeed. But you never know nowadays, when nobody knows Latin anymore (let
alone Greek) and editors are capable of inserting an h after the authors
have proof-read.
Actually what happened with this one is my spell check. I didn't notice it
the first time I sent this to the list but when I was inputting the
information into my computer I put the 'us' and the spell check changed it
to 'es'. So, neither was not may fault...

Tracy L. Ford
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