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RE: Anchiornis huxleyi
> From: owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu [mailto:owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu]
> On Behalf Of Dan Chure
> The national geographic website
> has a story about a new primitive bird from China named/
> Anchiornis huxleyi/. It was apparently described by Xu Xing.
> There's no mention of where the paper was published. Does
> anyone have a citation?
Xu, X., Zhao, Q., Norell., M., Sullivan, C., Hone, D., Erickson, G., Wang,
X., Han, F., & Guo, Y. A new feathered maniraptoran dinosaur fossil that
fills a morphological gap in avian origin. Chinese Science Bulletin (in
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