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Re: Gliding mammal from the Mesozoic of China
On 12/13/06, Tim Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
These are exciting times for fossil mammals. Not just the Miocene mammal
from New Zealand, but now a gliding mammal from the Mesozoic...
Jin Meng, Yaoming Hu, Yuanqing Wang, Xiaolin Wang and Chuankui Li (2006) A
Mesozoic gliding mammal from northeastern China. Nature 444: 889-893.
Abstract: "Gliding flight has independently evolved many times in
covered with dense hair and supported by an elongated tail and limbs; the
Feduccian collagen meshwork?
Does anybody compared those fossil mammal hair with dinosaur protofeather?