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Re: was: Pterosaur.net now: pteroid
I whole-heartedly disagree with that and don't consider it to be supported
by the evidence. Some species have a pronounced pteroid facet on the
inboard face of the preaxial carpal.
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From: "David Peters" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Mark Witton" <Mark.Witton@port.ac.uk>
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Subject: Re: was: Pterosaur.net now: pteroid
Bennett (2007) was falsified by his own data as shown Peters (2009 . The
pteroid did not articulate on the preaxial carpal but on the radiale
(proximal syncarpal) as supported by Prondvai and Hone (2009), Frey et al.
So there goes your weight of evidence.