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Re: Juramaia, Jurassic eutherian from China
And now I have to update the webnotes for class... :-)
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
And now I'm getting deeply interested in the stratigraphy. Is it from
the Daohugou Beds? If so, is it _really_ from the Daohugou beds? And how
old are _they_ really? Really really?
Lithostratigraphic correlation in northeastern China is clearly very
difficult. There are hairpin-shaped layers, and much of the area
consists of 1000 m high rolling hills, one after the other for hundreds
of km in every direction.