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Re: 11th Archaeopteryx specimen on display in Switzerland

Very cool.  Here's betting they are similar to, but a bit shorter, than the 
Microraptor hindwing feathers.  Eagerly awaiting the paper.

--Mike H

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On Nov 19, 2012, at 6:48 PM, David Marjanovic <david.marjanovic@gmx.at> wrote:

>> The dialog in the video notes  that the fossil is the first specimen
> > to clearly show that Archaeopteryx had long feathers along its
> > entire lower leg (similar to Microraptor--feathers on the legs of
> > Archaeopteryx have been discussed before but this may be the best
> > preserved example) and that the tail feathers formed an extended "V"
> > at the tip.
> Majorly awesome.