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RE: Sericipterus (Andres, Clark and Xu 2010)
> Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2010 11:03:47 -0500
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> Subject: re: Sericipterus (Andres, Clark and Xu 2010)
> A new pterosaur specimen, Sericipterus wucaiwanensis, (Jurassic, China) was
> well researched and compared to 19 pterosaurs. Angustinaripterus makes a good
> sister taxon. Too bad no ctenochasmatids were also compared.
well, we figured you would be happy to write that paper yourself.
> That's where those long, thin, curved teeth were evolving toward.
I thought that nothing evolves "toward" something.
> Jeez. Let's get back to making some skull tracings and reconstructions, guys!
> What the heck are you identifying as what??
I don't trace from stone very well...even when I trace from paper, sometimes I
think I'm copying a pelvis or an arm, but its actually just ribs.
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