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Re: Protoavis is part pterosauromorph, no details about Novacaesareaia, etc.

  Thankfully, Mickey has personally examined the tightly held and secretive
*Protoavis* fossils and compared them to ... what?

Michael Mortimer (mickey_mortimer111@msn.com) wrote:

<I had to examine Huene's figures of the Coelophysis "type" material now that
Eucoelophysis is a silesaurid, and most of it is coelophysoid, with only a few
possible exceptions.>

  What's the referrence for Silesauridae and what are the apomorphies for the
clade? And for that matter, what's the referrence for *Eucoelophysis* being
incontrovertibly found to be a member of such a clade? Or is this an abstract?


Jaime A. Headden

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