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Retrodeformed diplodocid vertebrae and phylogeny
The new Palaeontologia Electronica is out: one of the papers it includes
is about tooth microstructure in two archosaurs (see Ben's previous
mail). The second paper might be of some interest for some of you, but
the paper is strangely unavailable:
Emanuel Tschopp, João Russo, and Gordon Dzemski. 2013. Retrodeformation
as a test for the validity of phylogenetic characters: an example from
diplodocid sauropod vertebrae. Palaeontologi Electronica 16(1).
Found on :
As you can see, there are two hypertext links that are working just
fine, but there is none on the title of this particular paper. And I was
unable to get it using the "Browing" thumbnail either...
Is it just an omission ?
"As a Professor of Science, I assure you we did in fact evolve from
filthy monkey men." Hubert J. Farnworth.