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GSP1954@aol.com wrote:

> Whose talk was the best? No two ways about it. Mary Schweitzer's. You had to
> be there to fully see that there are very well preserved feathers on
> Mononykus heads that are virtually identical in macro and micro structure to
> the simplest modern bird feathers. Beautiful scanning electron micro photos
> and everything. They are also similar in form to what Currie described for
> Sinosauropteryx. 

Can you give a little more detail on the morphology and scale?  Are we 
talking about naked-eyeball visible fragments or nm-scale or what?   


  --Toby White