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Re: Munich pterosaur symosium
And you can read Mark Witton's thoughts at:
School of Earth & Environmental Sciences,
University of Portsmouth,
Burnaby Road, Portsmouth
Phone number +44 (0)23 9284 2418
>>> Guy Leahy <email@example.com> 18/09/2007 02:45 >>>
Darren Naish has provided some commentary about the
Munich meeting on his blog:
There is also a blog from the conference available:
--- John Conway <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> David Marjanovic wrote:
> > Were those in-situ specimens uncrushed...?
> > Disclaimer: I have no opinion about the pteroid.
> Yes, some were; including the AMNH 22555 /Anhanguera
> santanae/ specimen
> before it was fully prepared. Looked pretty
> convincing to me.
> John Conway
> Palaeontography: http://palaeo.jconway.co.uk