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New web site on triassic reptiles
I have just built up a little web-site dealing with those small
diapsids of Northern Italy.
It repeats part of the section about Triassic reptiles of the Milano
University website (my former institution), but I restricted the taxa only
to the ones I actually worked upon (and the newest ones are not in the
previous site) and enriched the galleries with more photos of the specimens.
I added also the abstracts of the pterosaur-related papers of the
Eudimorphodon workshop held in november, due to the unjustifiable delay in
publication of the workshop volume. If published within a reasonable time I
will took off the abstracts, otherwise I will add also the figures ad all
the communications presented at that workshop. Stay tuned (if interested.).
Further updates are planned.
the URL is: http://dipbsf.uninsubria.it/paleo/
Then click on "research".
Comments and constructive criticisms are most welcome.
Cheers and apologies for cross postings,
"it is not worth to fight if it can't bring you somewhere"
(my wife, who is a great taoist without knowing
"The bad man is the job of the good man"
Prof. Silvio Renesto
Department of Structural and Functional Biology
Università degli Studi dell'Insubria
via Dunant 3
vertpaleo site: http://dipbsf.uninsubria.it/paleo/