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Re: The Goth Bird Re: 3-D rendering of Anchiornis colors
Ha ha ha HA ha! Ha ha ha HA ha! It's the Anchy Anchornis show!
James Stearns wrote:
> Oops, forgot to send this to the whole list:
> The colors have been mentioned as being similar to modern woodpeckers,
> so maybe there's an analogue there. In woodpeckers, by the way, the
> red crest is typically present most prominently in males and is either
> absent or reduced in females. With this in mind, scanning the other
> two Anchiornis specimens (the holotype and the one revealed at SVP)
> might be interesting to see if there are differences in crest
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