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Re: fossil bird books
On 10/20/05, Roberto Takata <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 10/20/05, Nick Gardner <email@example.com> wrote:
> > The idea was still pretty common before this book, note reading the
> > various publications made by these individuals may be more useful than
> > reading Feduccia (1999). Note Hou et al. (1996) for one, the amount of
> > discussion generated on this list in response to it was fairly
> > impressive, quite honestly. :P
> Do those books have _Gallus_ and other Galliformes fossils too?
Those are papers, not books. ;) I was referring to non-neornithine
paleornithology, Feduccia's comments on things like ichthyornithids
and others are not the best, and Mickey points out problems within
neornithines, check his post if you will.