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Re: when is a Lazarus Taxon not a Lazarus Taxon?

Imagine that a gorgonopsid fossil is found from the mid-Jurassic strata. If
that were all that were unusual {the rock layer}, then it would be Lazarus
Taxon. Right?

Right. No matter how odd it would be in terms of adaptations.