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Re: Pterosaur questions (joke) - and a response to "El Paleo-Freak"
> David Marjanovic <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > >1) Is Gallodactylus a synonym of Cycnorhamphus?
> > >
> > > In the U.S., _Gallodactylus_ is now known as "Freedomdactylus".
> >Too bad *Eleutherodactylus* is preoccupied.
> It was a tongue-in-cheek joke in my part.
Just for the record, I got it -- eleutheros is free in Greek. But wait,
freedom is eleutheria... I think with that extra i the name is not
> The web can be a scary place.
It can be everything. It the most human "place" of all. :-)
A dicynodont surviving over 100 Ma in a place that was AFAIK hardly
isolated is peculiar. More so than *Koolasuchus*, because Early and Middle
Jurassic relatives of the latter are known...
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