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RE: Yet another new paper
evelyn sobielski writes:
> > coelurosaurs. Although some specimens are
> > represented by near-complete
> > skeletons, much material is fragmentary and
> > indeterminate, and c. 54% of
> > British dinosaur taxa are considered nomina dubia.
> I wonder if they have included Harrison/Walker's birds
> in that figure. If not, make it considerably higher...
>From the paper: "Although we include Aves within Dinosauria, we have
restricted our listing to the Mesozoic."
/o ) \/ Mike Taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.miketaylor.org.uk
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