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re: bat/pterowings (amusing)



 --- David Peters <davidrpeters@earthlink.net> wrote: 
> Tim williams wrote:
> 
> I have looked at both sides. For example, I have
> read Peters (2000), and
> was actually quite taken with the idea that
> pterosaurs *might* be winged
> 

Don't you love it when e-mail providers rearrange your
sentence structure, so you read it wrong?

> protorosaurs/prolacertiforms. 

Simon

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