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Re: Quetzy photos


Maybe the Texas Memorial Museum, where the holotype is deposited,
people could help you.



Roberto Takata

On 5/29/07, Unwin, Dr D.M. <dmu1@leicester.ac.uk> wrote:
Dear one and all,

This is an urgent request. Could anyone able to provide photographs (NOT 
drawings or paintings) of fossil material of Quetzalcoatlus (Big Daddy or the 
Little Ones), the original locality of the Q. northropi holotype in Big Bend 
Park, or fossil material of Arambourgiania please contact me, off-list asap.

My Japanese colleagues and I need photos for a pterosaur exhibition that will 
open in Kitakyushu Museum of Natural History and Human History this summer 
(I'll send more details in a later post).

Any help with this would be much appreciated and fully acknowledged.



PS: England finally wupped the Windies at cricket yesterday playing in the 
lowest temperature ever recorded
in a Test Match held in England. Well, it was a national holiday, so what else 
would you expect...
David M. Unwin
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