The paleocolor list

I apologize for the lack of updates. As you may or may not know, I presented my azhdarchoid phylogeny at the 1st Palaeontological Virtual Conference, and I've been trying to get something done with it elsewhere (fingers crossed!) And now for something completely different: paleocolor! For only a tiny fraction of fossil taxa do scientists … Continue reading The paleocolor list

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The “molecular paleontology” list

And might as well publicize this list too while I'm at it. Preserved biomolecules in extinct taxa, such as DNA and proteins, are quite a fascinating topic. They allow scientists to place extinct taxa in molecular phylogenies, understand evolution of certain genes, and quantify prehistoric population dynamics. As well, hypothetically, sequences derived from ancient nuclear … Continue reading The “molecular paleontology” list