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Re: Sharovipteryx - delta-winged glider?
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From: "Tim Williams" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 22, 2006 3:07 PM
Subject: Re: Sharovipteryx - delta-winged glider?
Jim Cunningham wrote:
, and there doesn't seem to be any solid proof that it wasn't capable of
Deja vu. I vaguely recall that _Microraptor_ was at the epicenter of a
It's not a discussion or argument, its just a comment.... :-)
I believe the front half of _Sharovipteryx_ is too 'squished' (and not
adequately exposed in the slab) for an accurate restoration of the
pectoral girdle and forelimb.
They wouldn't really be relevant anyway. A close examination of the pelvic
girdle would be.
So any flapping would be executed by the hindlimbs...?