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Re: [Darren Naish: New archaeopterygid and early macronarian papers]
On Mon, 15 May 2006 14:18:40 +0100 email@example.com (Mike Taylor)
> I forward this message from Darren Naish, in which he unvails
> Tischlinger, H. 2005. Neue Information zum Berliner
> Exemplar von _Archaeopteryx lithographica_ H. v, Meyer
> 1861. _Archaeopteryx_ 23, 33-50.
> New historical data on the Berlin specimen, but most
> noteworthy is new UV data on the specimen. Outstanding
> photos reveal.... a complete postorbital bar! It's clearly
> there, forming a gently concave caudal margin to the orbit.
> Outstanding. So much for 'Dollo's law' and the
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Did Tischlinger happen to note the wavelength of the UV light used? I'm
sort of "in" to that kind of stuff (monospectral illumination/photography
of fossil slabs).. Does anyone know of any paleontology papers on this
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