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RE: Pycraft article



> From: owner-dinosaur@usc.edu [mailto:owner-dinosaur@usc.edu]On Behalf Of
> David Marjanovic
>
> > I would HIGHLY appreciated it if somebody could supply me
> > with and electronic copy of the following article:
> >
> > W.P. Pycraft, 1900. On the monophyly and phylogeny of the
> > Palaeognathae (Ratitae and Crypturi) and Neognathae
> > (Carinatae). Transactions of the Zoological Society of London
> > 15:149-290.
> 
> And you really think someone has scanned this 105-year-old article?
> 
> I'd rather recommend finding some newer literature, such as for example...
> 
> Joel Cracraft & Julia [A.] Clarke: The basal clades of modern birds, 143 --  
> 156 in Jacques [A.] Gauthier & Lawrence F. Gall (eds.): New Perspectives on 
> the Origin and Early Evolution of Birds. Proceedings of the Internationa 
> Symposium in Honor of John H. Ostrom, Peabody Museum of Natural History/Yale 
> University 2001
> 
> Alan Cooper, Carles [?] Lalueza-Fox, Simon Anderson, Andrew Rambaut, Jeremy 
> Austin & Ryk Ward: Complete mitochondrial genome sequences of two extinct 
> moas clarify ratite evolution, Nature 409, 704 -- 707 (8 February 2001)
> 
> You'll find some discussion about both articles in the archives 
> http://dml.cmnh.org/. The pdf version of the 2nd article should be freely 
> available from http://www.nature.com/nature. 

And I *BELIEVE* the UMd library has the Gauthier & Gall volume; if not, I 
certainly do!

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