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Re: Suspicions of Integument on Pelicanimimus After All
From: "TIMOTHY BRIDGEMAN" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
So far I've seen evidence (or good reason to believe) for feathery
integument in the
"Dave"),troodontids(Microraptor >seems to share features in common with
this group,as well as the dromaeosaurs),oviraptorsaurs (Caudipteryx and
Protarchaeopteryx as Mickey Mortimer pointed out to me),and now the
Not to mention the therizinosaurs (Beipiaosaurus).
And as I've been out of the loop lately with respect "higher" theropod
phylogeny, is Microraptor no longer considered to be a basal dromaeosaurid?
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