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Re: Dinosaur urine?

I would like to nominate Tommy for the potentially coveted and quasi-periodical 
"most consistently valuable DML poster" award.. Anybody that can find 1844 
papers online and has experience w/ camping under fly foxes (heh-- what were 
you thinking, Tommy?), among other spot-on posts, is uniquely qualified...

----- Original Message ----
From: Jerry D. Harris <jharris@dixie.edu>
To: DINOSAUR Mailing List <dinosaur@usc.edu>; Tommy Tyrberg 
Sent: Friday, March 17, 2006 3:13:05 PM
Subject: Re: Dinosaur urine?

Hey Tommy -

>The 1844 paper is available online at:


    Cool!  Thanks for that!  It appears that the thing I quoted was actually 
half of a larger paper, for which the reference is:

Duvernoy, G. 1844. Fragments sur les organes gÃnito-urinaires des reptiles 
et leurs produits. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des SÃances de l'Academie 
des Sciences 19:249-260.

I managed to grab all the pages and turn 'em into one PDF, and I'd be happy 
to send it to anyone who wants it.

Jerry D. Harris
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