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" DARN, I dropped my lunch"

Malcolm Chant

Joined September 2008

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“This little turnstone was enjoying his lunch which we gave him when he dropped it into the water below”

There exists a fossil bone, a distal piece of tarsometatarsus found in the Edson Beds of Sherman County, Kansas. Dating from the mid-Blancan some 4-3 million years ago, it appears to be from a calidriid somewhat similar to a Pectoral Sandpiper, but has some traits reminiscent of turnstones.[2 Depending on which traits are apomorphic and plesiomorphic, it may be an ancestral representative of either lineage.

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