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Re: Really, *really* big pterosaurs?
Well the leaking would not be yours at all and I did think it was
already published since the name WAS made public Friday in several
newspapers (Daily Mail, Times and Metro included)... so it was really
no use to conceal it anymore. David Martill is understandably
fuming... and I am too, since (I have been told) what the Daily Mail
has done with my illustration is almost a criminal copyright
Haven't seen it yet though... not sure if I want to see it.
On 12 Sep 2005, at 17:04, Simon M. Clabby wrote:
Actually, no it aint. I've been told that it isn't
coming out until next week.
Please notice I've removed the name from my reply. I'm
not getting the blame for it leaking out early, no
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--- Luis Rey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
XXXXXXXXX for you... Paper recently published
by David Martill.
Please do not pay too much attention to the
newspapers articles. The
animal illustrated (that is XXXXXXXXXXX from the
Isle of Wight)
does NOT correspond with the article(s)
sensationalist coverage of a
yet undescribed gigantic species.
True schizo-media attack.
On 9 Sep 2005, at 12:40, Christopher Collinson
Rey's illustration is of the new Isle of Wight
Ornithocheiroid. Last I heard it's floating around
--- Raymond Ancog <email@example.com> wrote:
The BBC's own story at
an illustration of a pterosaur from Luis Rey
Which genus is that?
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