Response to Kellner (2017) 'Rebuttal of Martin-Silverstone, E., J.R.N. Glasier, J.H. Acorn, S. Mohr, and P.J. Currie, 2017'

John H. Acorn, Elizabeth Martin-Silverstone, James R.N. Glasier, Sydney Mohr, Philip J. Currie

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Pteranodon; Dawndraco

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18435/B50M2C

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