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RE: Cattails, reeds and bullrushes
--- David Krentz <email@example.com> schrieb:
> I've been scouring my references for any kind of
> indication that
> tall marsh plants (beside horsetails) ever existed
> with a dinosaur.
Poaceae radiation was underway at the end of the
Dinosaur Coprolites and the Early Evolution of Grasses
Prasad et al.
Science 18 November 2005: 1177-1180
Mening that as they are rather closely related,
cattails/bulrushes and bulrushes/sedges must also have
existed, or at least some ancestral forms of these.
But they can't have been common and/or widespread, or
more material would have been found it would seem.
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