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Re: Sinocalliopteryx (Theropoda: Compsognathidae) ate confuciusornithids and dromaeosaurids



On 30.08.2012 at 00:58, Ronald Orenstein wrote, truncatedly:

Not only that, a good many  living arboreal birds (including some wood
> warbl= ers (Parulidae)) nest on or near the ground, and many small
> arboreal passer= ines feed there. =C2=A0Even highly-adapted
> tree-climbers might well find it= easier to stalk and capture small
> birds on the ground, where there are no = branches to rustle
> etc.=0A=C2=A0=0ARonald Orenstein=0A1825 Shady Creek Cour=
> t=0AMississauga, ON L5L
> 3W2=0ACanada=0Aronorenstein.blogspot.com=0A=0A=0A--=

Repetition of Mickey Mortimer's and Ben Creisler's entire messages omitted.