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RE: Archeopteryx what is bird or dinosaur?



where i find the most actually archeopteryx clade?

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De: owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu en nombre de Nick
Enviado el: dom 27.04.2008 11:42
Para: DML
Asunto: Re: Archeopteryx what is bird or dinosaur?



On Sun, Apr 27, 2008 at 11:28 AM, Yasmani Ceballos Izquierdo
<yceballos@estudiantes.uci.cu> wrote:
> help with archeopteryx clado.....!!!
>
>
>
>  ????? it is???
>
>  *       Avialae
>
>         *       Rahonavis ostromi
>         *       Unenlagia comahuensis

Both Rahonavis and Unenlagia are deinonychosaurs (Turner et al., 2007).

>         *       Aves
>
>                 *       Archaeopteryx bavarica
>                 *       Archaeopteryx lithographica*

But no mention of A. siemensii or Wellnhoferia grandis?

>                 *       Metornithes
>
>                         *       Confuciusornis chuonzhous
>                         *       Confuciusornis sanctus*
>                         *       Confuciusornis suniae
>                         *       Jibeinia luanhera [i. s.]
>                         *       Alvarezsauria <A>>
>                         *       ---
>

Alvarezsauria is probably outside of Avialae (Turner et al., 2007).

Seems like you're missing a lot of taxa in this. And also, both of the
links you posted seem to be dead.

Cheers
Nick Gardner
<http://10.0.0.35/estudiantes/yceballos/Borradores/RE:%20Archeopteryx%20what%20is%20bird%20or%20dinosaur_x003F_.EML/alvarezsauria.html>