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*****SPAM***** bottom decker?? pteros
Just finished reading Frey, Buchy and Martill (2003) Middle- and
bottom-decker Cretaceous pterosaurs: unique designs in active flying
vertebrates. out of the new Ptero volume.
Just wondering, and I'll discuss this further if there's any interest
out there, but could it be that these bottom decker scapulocoracoids are
I've made the mistake often, for instance on my Triebold Pteranodon
mount, and some scapulocoracoids do like amazingly like some inverted
ones from other taxa. Some cladistic analysis and comparisons with
articulated specimens have suggested the error.