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Gastornis - A Bird of the Paleocene and Eocene

          This link has an illustration of Gastornis. A news article by Christina Beck is also included. The title is This giant vegan bird prowled
Neal Robbins
5:46 AM
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Discoglossus pictus - A Living Relative of Paralatonia transylvanicu

          These links have photos of Discoglossus pictus.Discoglossus pictus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia File:Discoglossus pictus (8).jpg -
Neal Robbins
Feb 13
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Paralatonia transylvanicus - A Frog of the Cretaceous

       This link has an illustration of Paralatonia transylvanicus.http://transylvaniadinomuseum.ro/wp-content/uploads/Paralatonia-transylvanica.jpg
Neal Robbins
Feb 13
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Viavenator exxoni - A Theropod Dinosaur of the Cretaceous

            This link has a theropod illustration. The image gives an idea of how Viavenator looked.Theropoda - De Aarde     Viavenator exxoni was
Neal Robbins
Feb 12
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Scutarx deltatylus - An Aetosaur of the Triassic

          This link has an illustration of Scutarx deltatylus. A news article is also included.Paleo Profile: The Shield Fortress ...     Scutarx
Neal Robbins
Feb 10
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Oryctodromeus - A Dinosaur of the Cretaceous

              These links have illustrations of
Neal Robbins
Feb 9
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Re: Brachyprosopus - A Therapsid of the Permian

A pet Dimetrodon would be cool to have. I'd also like having an Edaphosaurus. Those fin-backed pelycosaurs are neat. I had several toy Dimetrodons when I was a
Neal Robbins
Feb 8
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Re: Brachyprosopus - A Therapsid of the Permian

I would like to have a dimetrodon (lol). I like the finbacks. Tom Tom & Ginger Johnson https://www.facebook.com/tomginger.johnson
Tom Johnson
Feb 8
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Re: Brachyprosopus - A Therapsid of the Permian

    You're welcome, Tom. I agree; the Permian is a fascinating period. Those therapsids were definitely among the dominant groups of the Permian. As we
Neal Robbins
Feb 8
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Re: Brachyprosopus - A Therapsid of the Permian

I always enjoy a look at the Permian, Neal, thanks. These reptiles were very mammalian. I still think that if the great die-off hadn't occurred at the end
Tom Johnson
Feb 8
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Brachyprosopus - A Therapsid of the Permian

       This link has a dicynodont illustration. The image gives an idea of how Brachyprosopus looked.Dicynodonts Facts - information about the extinct,
Neal Robbins
Feb 8
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Re: Alcovasaurus longispinus - A Stegosaurian Dinosaur of the Jurass

You're welcome, Tom. I look forward to reading that novel that you're writing. Stegosaurian dinosaurs had an extremely wide distribution. Fossil remains of
ctn47496
Feb 7
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Re: Alcovasaurus longispinus - A Stegosaurian Dinosaur of the Jurass

Another nice dinosaur post, Neal. Thanks. I have a Stegosaurus in my Tarzan story I'm working on, THE LOST VALLEY OF JA FAR, where Tarzan encounters
Tom Johnson
Feb 7
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Alcovasaurus longispinus - A Stegosaurian Dinosaur of the Jurassic

      This link has a piece of artwork that portrays Alcovasaurus longispinus.http://www.usu.edu/today/index.cfm?id=55451     Alcovasaurus
Neal Robbins
Feb 7
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Re: Libelloides coccajus - A Living Relative of Oregramma

Hi Tom, I also have a fascination with insects. Lacewings are very ancient; they are in an order, i.e. Neuroptera, that goes all the way back to the
ctn47496
Feb 6
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