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Re: Question for the pterosaur set...
This led me first to the Wiki page on Tupandactylus, and then to Darren
Naish's recent posting at Tetrapod Zoology, which explains all:
Bit of a messy situation, this. I rather hope (as Darren suggests could
happen) that both names ultimately come to represent two valid and distinct
taxa.Seems a shame that Ingridia had to be sunk right out of the gate.
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From: "David Marjanovic" <email@example.com>
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Subject: Re: Question for the pterosaur set...
Ingridia Unwin & Martill, 2007 (junior subjective synonym, =Tupandactylus
Kellner & Campos, 2007)
Objective, not subjective, because both have the same type species.