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Sulcavis, new enantiornithine bird from China



From: Ben Creisler
bcreisler@gmail.com


This item is only available as a news release at the moment--I checked
the journal link and the article has not been posted yet so no
abstract for now.



http://vertpaleo.org/The-Society/SVP---Paleo-News/Society-News-and-Events/First-fossil-bird-with-teeth-specialized-for-tough.aspx



O’Connor, J.K., Y. Zhang, L. M. Chiappe, Q. Meng, L. Quanguo, and L. Di. (2013)
A new enantiornithine from the Yixian formation with the first
recognized avian enamel specialization.
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 33(1):1-12.