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RE: How was that about Jaime and proof?
Just one comment here:
> David, you need to show one case, and one case only, of a juvenile
> that does not look like an adult of the same genus or larger clade - and
> doesn't resemble some other adult taxa that it is totally unrelated to. If you
> can, and if you do, then we can fight like rats in a cage about the details
> and evidence. Until then you have no evidence and your arguments are based on
> rhetoric and examples from other unrelated clades. Stick to pterosaurs.
How the heck should this be possible? Unless you have a complete
growth series, how could you identify a juvenile as belonging to a
certain adult if it looks not like an adult of the same clade?
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Martin BÃker
Institut fÃr Werkstoffe
Langer Kamp 8