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Anonymous, 1880, Archaeopteryx: American Naturalist, v. 14, p. 302-303.

Anonymous, 1885, The relationships between Dinosaurs and Birds: Science, v. 6, p. 295.

Anonymous, 1905, The American Paleontological society, Section. Section a-Vetebrata: Science, v. 21, n. 530, p. 294-296.

Anonymous, 1961, Opinion 607, Archaeopteryx Von Meyer, 1861 (Aves); Addition to the Offical list: Bulletin of the Zoological Nomenclature, v. 18, part 4, p. 260-261.

Anonymous, 1979, Archaeopteryx: Flying or Grounded?: Science News, v. 115, p. 167.

Anonymous, 1979, The effects of changed atmosphereic conditions on the flight preformance of the Archaeopteryx: Stonehenge Viewpoint, January-February, 1979, p. 21-22.

Anonymous, 1985, Patriarch of the Aviary: Time, v. 128, n. 8, p. 50.

Anonymous, 1986, Fossil Revisionism: Scientific American, v. 255, n. 4, p. 84, 88-89.

Anonymous, 1986, New Tests Prove Prized British Fossil Is Genuine, Scientist Say: Los Angles Times, Friday, April 25, 1986, Part 1, p. 26.

Anonymous, 1986, Texas Fossils Strengths Link Between Dinosaurs and Birds: Los Angles Times, Thursday, August 14, 1986, p. 26.

Anonymous, 1986, Fossils: The oldest known bird bones: The San Diego Union, Thursday, August 14, 1986, p. A-1, A-18.

Anonymous, 1988, Some birds of a feather may have been dinosaurs: Earth Science, Fall, 1988, p. 7-8.

Anonymous, 1988, Birds...Birds...Birds: Fossils Quarterly, v. 2, part 3, p. 105-106.

Anonymous, 19… Fossil find pushes back existence of first birds by 10 million years.

Anonymous, 1989, Ancient bird found in Arctic: Earth, Fall, p. 6.

Anonymous, 1990, Chinese bird fossil links dinosaurs and sparrows: Geotimes, December, p. 7.

Anonymous, 1993, Scientist peck over birds' origin: Geotimes, April, 1993, p. 6.

Anonymous, 1993, Dinosaurs and Birds: American Paleontologist, v. 1, n. 3, p. 4.

Anonymous, 1993, Flightless in Mongolia: Geology Today, November-December, 1993, p. 212-213.

Anonymous, 1993, Claw data: Geology Today, November-December, 1993, p. 213.

Anonymous, 1993, Mononykus: Bird or Dinosaur or Both?: The Dinosaur Report, Spring, 1993, p. 2.

Anonymous, 1994, Seven up: Nature, v. 368, p. 103.

Anonymous, 1994, Dinosaur Bones Suggest Bird Affinity: American Paleontologist, v. 2, n. 1, p. 7.

Anonymous, 1995, World’s 1st beaked bird found: Remains provide evidence of feathers, resarchesr say: San Jose Merury News: Thursday, October 19, 1995, p. 8A.

Anonymous, 1995, China fossil peks holes in theroy of bird evolution: San Francisco Examiner, 20 September, 1995, p. A2.

Anonymous, 1996, Jurassic bird challenges origin theories: Geotimes, January 1996, p. 7-8.

Anonymous, 1996, Early fossil beaked bird: DinoNews, v. 9, p. 7.

Anonymous, 1996, Mesozoic birds take off: American Paleontologist, v. 4, n. 1, p. 14.

Anonymous, 1996, Mammals, birds on Earth before dinosaurs extinct?: The San Diego Union-Tribune, Thursday, May 16, 1996, p. A-7.

Anonymous, 1996, Dinosaur Flight: Dinosaur Discoveries, Issue 1, p. 13.

Anonymous, 1996, Jurassic Birds: Fossil News-Journal of Amateur Paleontology, v. 2, n. 11, p. 2-3.

Anonymous, 1996, Sinosauropteryx: Fossil News - Journal of Amateur Paleontology, v. 2, n. 17, p. 21.

Anonymous, 1996, Old Bird: Discover, v. 18, n. 3, p. 21-22.

Anonymous, 1997, Sinosauropteryx prima: Dinosaur Discoveries, Issue 3, p. 7.

Anonymous, 1997, Birds are not dinosaurs: Dinosaur Discoveries, Issue 3, p. 7.

Anonymous, 1997, More From the SVP: Dinosaur Discoveries, Issue 3, p. 8-10.

Anonymous, 1997, Feathers: Dinosaur Discoveries, Issue 3, p. 14.

Anonymous, 1997, More palaeo-advances: Geology Today, March-April, 1997, p. 54-55.

Anonymous, 1997, Protarchaeopteryx robusta: Dinosaur Discoveries, Issue 5, p. 4

Anonymous, 1997, The All-Important Upstroke: Discover, v. 18, n. 11, p. 30.

Anonymous, 1997, China turns up first bird: Geology Today, July-August:, p.125.

Anonymous, 1997, Tyrannosaurus rex; A Highly Important and Virtually Complete Fossil Skeleton: Sotheby’s, 56pp.

Anonymous, 1998, (K.B.) “Big Bird” of the Cretaceous: Geotimes, March, 1998, p. 7-8.

Anonymous, 1998, Menace from the clouds: Geotimes, July, 1998, p. 13.

Anonymous, 1998, Old Gobi Bird: Discover, v. 19, n. 9, p. 20.

Anonymous, 1998. How did Chinese fossil escape? Geology Today, November-December 1998: 209.

Anonymous, 1998, Advances 4: Geology Today, November-December 1998, p.218-220.

Anonymous, 1998, The oldest known Parrot?: American Paleontologist, v. 6, n. 4, p. 18.

Anonymous, 1998, The hollow bones of Archaeopteryx: Americna Paleontologist, v. 6, n. 4, p. 18.

Anonymous, 1999, Raptor rapture in France: Geology Today, March-April, 1999, p. 46-47.

Anonymous, 1999, Advances: Geology Today, November-December, p. 215-216.

Anonymous, 1999, Dino Parasites?: American Paleontologist, v. 7, n. 1, p. 13.

Anonymous, 1999, Archaeopteryx as flapper: American Paleontologist, v. 7, n. 2, p. 15.

Anonymous, 1999, Did Archaeopteryx take off running, after all?: Geology Today, September-October, 1999, p. 177-178.

Anonymous, 1999, More from the Chinese Lagerstatten: American Paleontologist, v. 7, n. 3, p. 18.

Anonymous, 2000, Bird talk: Geology Today, January-February, p. 16-17.

Anonymous, 2000, Dinosaurs to birds – (generally): Geology Today, September-October, p. 166.

Anonymous, 2000, Dinosaurs, one-part and multi-part: Geology Today, September-October, p. 165-166.

Anonymous, 2000, Dinosaurs to birds – against: Geology Today, September-October, p. 166.

Anonymous, 2000, Trace Fossils: Walking with ancestors: Geology Today, November-September, p. 214-215.

Anonymous, 2000, Florida meeting shows perils, promise of dealing of dinos: Science, v. 288, p. 238.

Anonymous, 2000, Dinos and turkeys: connected by DNA? Science, v. 288, p. 238-239.

Anonymous, 2000, Is Caudipteryx a bird or a non-avian dinosaur? And who cares? American Paleontologist, v. 8, n. 3, p. 16.

Anonymous, 2000, Archaeoraptor scandel settled…more or less: American Paleontologist, v. 8, n. 3, p. 16.

Anonymous, 2001, Fossils thrown up: Geology Today, v. 17, n. 3, p. 82.

Anonymous, 2002, Long-tailed, sead-eating bird found in China: American Paleontologist, v. 10, n. 3, p. 19.

Anonymous, 2005, Chines bird: Geology Today, v. 21, n. 1, p. 3-4.

Anonymous, 2006, Out and about with Eric Robinson, Archaeopteryx: Geology Today, v. 22, n. 3, p. 84.

Anonymous, 2009, Origin of birds confirmed by exceptional new dinosaur fossils: Phys Org, published online, 2p.

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Anonymous, 2011, Archaeopteryx and the dinosaur-bird family tree: Phys Org, published online, 3pp.

Anonymous, 2011, Archaeopteryx was first bird after all: Phys Org, published online, 2pp.

Anonymous, 2012, Winged dinosaur Archaeopteryx dressed for flight: Phys Org, published online, 3pp.

Anonymous, 2013, Systematic position of Archaeopteryx challenged? Phys Org, published online, 2pp.

Anonymous, 2015, Ornithomimus dinosaur with preserved tail feathers and skin tightens linkages between dinosaur and birds: Phys Org, published online, 2pp.

Anonymous, 2019, First discovered fossil feather did not belong to iconic bird Archaeopteryx: Phys. Org, published online, 2pp.

Anonymous, 2020, Dinosaur feather study debunked: overwhelming evidence supports Jurassic fossil does belong to Archaeopteryx: Phys Org, published online, 3pp.

Anonymous, 2021, Tiny ancient bird from China shares skull features with Tyrannosaurus rex: Phys Org, published online, 3pp.

Anonymous, 2021, Early dinosaur breathed like a bird: Phys Org, published online, 2 pp.

Anonymous, 2022, Hollow fossil melanosomes suggest earliest appearance of brilliant iridescent color in bird feathers: Phys Org, et al., 2pp.

Anonymous, 2022, New fossil birds discovered near China's Great Wall - one had a movable, sensitive 'chin': Phys Org, published online, 3 pp.

Anonymous, 2023, Fossils reveal how ancient birds molted, could explain why modern birds survived while other dinosaurs died: Phys Org, published online, 10pp.

Anonymous, 2023, Paleontologists discovr microvertebrate faunal assemblages in Manitoba, Canada: Phys Org, published online, 5pp.

Anonymous, 2023, Chinese paleontologists find new fossil link in bird evolution: Phys Org, published online, 7pp.

Anonymous, 2023, Dinosaur feathers reveal traces of ancient proteins: Phys Org, published oneline, 5pp.

Anonymous, 2024, How great fossil sites shape our understanding of evolutionary relationships between fossil groups: Phys Org, published online, 5pp.

Anonymous, 2024, Fossil named ‘Attenborough's strange bird' was the first of its kind without teeth: Phys Org, published online, 6pp.

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