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David Marjanovic wrote:
> >indicative of the independent acquisition of
> >a non-pleurokinetic skull (not present in Hypsilophodon,
> >Iguanodon, and hadrosaurids).
> Forgive me if I am misunderstanding this, but I thought that
> hadrosaurids also had pleurokinetic skulls, as did Hypsilophodon and
> Iguanodon. So what is it independently acquiring?
A (secondarily) non-pleurokinetic skull.
Ah thanks, David. It would have made more sense phrased as "indicative of a
reversal to a non-pleurokinetic skull", IMHO.
Great to see *Fukuisaurus* published TEN YEARS after the name first
cropped up (in a great big Lambert book).
Funny that I, still 20 years old, can say already say "I have waited for
ten years"... or "for half of my life"... :-)
hehe, I've been waiting for more than half my life. ;-)
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