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Re: Epidexipteryx



evelyn sobielski writes:
 > > > THey also say its claws show it could climb, probably
 > > about as well as 
 > > > Microraptor.
 > > 
 > > Which, in turn, was no more arboreal than a pigeon... 
 > > *Epidendrosaurus/Scansoriopteryx*, however, does have two
 > > or three arboreal 
 > > adaptations.
 > 
 > ...and (not having read the paper nor Darren's piece[*]  IONO) might simply 
 > be juvies of Epidexipteryx, or at least something very similar?

For those who've not seen it, "Darren's piece" is:
http://scienceblogs.com/tetrapodzoology/2008/10/epidexipteryx_at_last.php

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