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Re: Dinosaur environments



Technically speaking, ginkgo seed coatings are not fruits.

(And, for the specific particulars that David wants--which I know he did
not mention publically--they will not serve.)

Phillip Bigelow wrote:
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>> Fruit that could be found
>> in the Early Cretaceous.
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> Ginkgo fruits (nice and smelly).  Ginkgos go as far back as the Jurassic,
> I believe.
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