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Re: Protopenguins and pterosaurs
David Marjanovic <email@example.com> writes:
> > and other neornithine lineages.
> *Vegavis* is not going to go away. It means that at least one
> lineage of
> Neoaves existed in the late Maastrichtian.
So _Vegavis_ is still unchallenged as a neonithine? Well that's a pretty
cool concept. Now if someone would please clarify/confirm the
phylogenetic position of the "parrot" from the Lance Formation....
Finding weird isolated dinosaur body parts can be frustrating.
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