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Re: Hypsilophodon (again) and new 'raptor'
--- Mickey Mortimer <Mickey_Mortimer111@msn.com>
> Ornithodesmus cluniculus was the first named Wessex
> dromaeosaur. Jaime
> defended this assignment quite well back in August-
> http://www.cmnh.org/dinoarch/2003Aug/msg00177.html .
I'm not saying that Ornithodesmus isn't a dromaeosaur,
in fact since the Simon-bashing you linked to above
I've been doing my own research and agree that it is,
especially with the help of Nick Gardner and his
online archive. However, The chap writing the paper,
who indeed wrote most of the article on DinoWight,
disagreed when I suggested it. I could have taken
editorial issues with this, but felt that he would
explain himself in the paper when it is published.
To use a DML cliche, wait for the paper.
The citation is at the bottom of the article, at
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