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Re: Non-theropod dinosaurs and feathery/fluffy integument

And there's the often mentioned, seldom studied, Thescelosaurus skin which
was said to be unscaled and "punctured".

Mickey Mortimer

'punctured'? I hadn't heard that - do you have a ref?
Are you implying a similarity to plucked bird skin? (Though I can't think of a process that would preferentially preserve skin but not feathers or feather like appendages)

Chris Glen