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Sorry guys for all the frustrating baby pterosaur news. I must have felt
like a proud father and wanted to share. For awhile I was contributing
to the list, but not reading the archives, just responding to emails,
until just this morning. Now I see that few to no people have actually
found babies. That's a shame.
Well, mm-m-maybe I should name the next one "Harvey" f-for that 6-foot
tall rrrabbit that only J-J-Jimmy Stewart could see.
For those concerned about the technique versus viewing actual specimens,
in the past week I've done both on a genuine embryo. And the best of the
bunch. The wing fingers are completely folded down -- as they would have
BTW, does anyone have the specimen number for the Eichsätt
Rhamphorhynchus that appears to have been crucified? You can find it on
page 84 of Wellnhofer's Encyclopedia, middle left. And yes, I know all
about the dendrites. That's not what I'm looking at.