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Re: Mammalian hairs in Early Cretaceous amber

On Wed, 19 May 2010, Dann Pigdon wrote:
Vullo, Girard, Azar & Neraudeas 2010. "Mammalian hairs in Early Cretaceous 
Naturwissenschaften. 10.1007/s00114-010-0677-8


Two mammalian hairs have been found in association with an empty puparium in a ¡­100-million- year-old amber (Early Cretaceous) from

This is very interesting. Not that there's a plethora of samples to look
at, I'm sorta wondering why good hair finds have not previously been found.