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Re: bird timeline
> Subject: bird timeline
> Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2003 08:59:17 +1200
> From: "Mike Eagle" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Has anyone an evolutionary fossil bird timeline complete with
> designated names and country of origin?
> I require it for teaching children/adolescents 8 - 18 in free
> paleontology workshops and hope not to have to make up one of my own!
I don't have one in that format, but it would be relatively simple (if
laborious) to compile one from The Dinosauricon, starting here:
Note that the phylogeny here:
...is more up-to-date, and includes all Mesozoic birds, including neornitheans.
(Taxa and specimens marked with asterisks are extinct, although not necessarily
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