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Fossil Plants In The Neighborhood Of Reno, Nevada

sci.bio.paleontology

Posted: 4 Days 6 Hours ago by: Inyo

Not too long ago, I uploaded a new page called Plant Fossils In The Neighborhood Of Reno, Nevada to inyo6.coffeecup.com/reno/renofossils.html . It's all about visits to two paleobotanically fascinating places in Nevada, in the vicinity o

Re: Do birds dream? (thread)

sci.bio.paleontology

Posted: 7 Days 19 Hours ago by: Daud Deden

I don't know, but I once claimed that vertebrate bone construction appeared connected to sleep & dreaming. Didn't find support for it elsewhere, but I suspect it is true.

Do birds dream?

sci.bio.paleontology

Posted: 13 Days 21 Hours ago by: Trolidan7

I once read an article maybe about 30 years ago that said that monotremes do not have electroencephalic patterns similar to REM sleep in humans but marsupials and placental mammals do. The article speculated that monotremes may have brain

Re: First Early Cambrian Bryozoa Discovered (thread)

sci.bio.paleontology

Posted: 14 Days 4 Hours ago by: erik simpson

Thanks! I missed this, but I won't miss checking it out. It's only a couple of hours away.

Re: First Early Cambrian Bryozoa Discovered (thread)

sci.bio.paleontology

Posted: 14 Days 18 Hours ago by: John Harshman

This goes to show the vagaries of preservation, even in Lagerstätten. If it's a bryozoan, it also shows a 30-million-year gap in known preservation of bryozoan fossils.

Re: First Early Cambrian Bryozoa Discovered (thread)

sci.bio.paleontology

Posted: 14 Days 19 Hours ago by: Inyo

On the paleontological heels of discovering the earliest non-mineralized, soft-bodied byrozoan in Earth history (described in the link provided, above) we now have a published report of possibly the oldest mineralized bryozoan colony

Macroevolutionary history of squamates

sci.bio.paleontology

Posted: 18 Days 6 Hours ago by: Pandora

The Jurassic rise of squamates as supported by lepidosaur disparity and evolutionary rates Abstract The squamates (lizards, snakes, and relatives) today comprise more than 10,000 species, and yet their sister group, the Rhynchocephalia,

Alps: giant cephalopod-sucking ichthyosaurs

sci.bio.paleontology

Posted: 24 Days 8 Hours ago by: Daud Deden

https://phys.org/news/2022-04-huge-ichthyosaur-largest-animals-uncovered.html

Re: Pterosaur feathers (thread)

sci.bio.paleontology

Posted: 29 Days 19 Hours ago by: Daud Deden

Has there been any fossil skinprints of the LCA (kin) found? I had presumed there was physical evidence of scale covering.

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