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RE: Gobipipus

The literature trail suggests the paper was rejected by Nature in the mid 90s.  
I did ask Chatterjee about its status in 2007 when writing the entry on my 
website, and from what I recall, he wanted to get the description out but 
couldn't because Kurochkin had the manuscript and specimens in Russia.  I'm not 
sure why there was a difficulty in communication or action, but the paper was 
submitted to Paleontological Journal in May 2012, only five months after 
Kurochkin died.

Mickey Mortimer

> Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2013 11:26:00 -0500
> From: brushes2@juno.com
> To: DINOSAUR@usc.edu
> Subject: Gobipipus
> Note also on that Paleo. J. paper, Kurochkin died in Dec. 2011. How
> uncommon is it for a manuscript to be in revision for so long prior to
> publication?
> Alan
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