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August 07, 2020 03:03PM
Hummingbird-size dinosaur may actually be a lizard
By Laura Geggel, Live Science, July 2020

The publications, with URLs, involved in this disussions are:

Li, Z., Wang, W., Hu, H., Wang, M., Yi, H. and Lu, J., 
2020. Is Oculudentavis a bird or even archosaur? bioRxiv.

O’Connor, J., Xing, L., Chiappe, L., Schmitz, L., Li, G.,
and Yi, Q., 2020, Reply to Li et al. Is Oculudentavis a 
bird or even archosaur? biorxiv.org , 

Xing, L., O’Connor, J.K., Schmitz, L., Chiappe, L.M., McKellar, R.C.,
Yi, Q. and Li, G., 2020. Hummingbird-sized dinosaur from the 
Cretaceous period of Myanmar. Nature, 579(7798), pp.245-249.

Xing, L., O’Connor, J.K., Schmitz, L. et al. Retraction Note: 
Hummingbird-sized dinosaur from the Cretaceous period 
of Myanmar. Nature (2020). [doi.org]

Related articles,

SVP Executive Committee, 2020, On Burmese Amber and
fossil repositories: SVP member's cooperation requested!
The Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, McLean, Virginia.

Sokol, J., 2019, Troubled treasure.
Science Vol. 364, Issue 6442, pp. 722-729
DOI: 10.1126/science.364.6442.722


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