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Congratulations on your publication, Robyn! :cool: :thumbsup:
 

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I didn't realise this one was here.... Its the press release from the Journal. One thing I want to stress is that the opening line of the article is an editorial error - we are definitely not contending that nautilus is ancestral to coleoids!!!

Thanks everyone!
 

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My pleasure. Have I reiterated "not boring" recently? Apparently, also, not boring to mainstream scientists who aren't deranged JZ Young fans like me.
 

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robyn;118875 said:
One thing I want to stress is that the opening line of the article is an editorial error - we are definitely not contending that nautilus is ancestral to coleoids!!!
:madsci:

Congrats! Don't worry about that opening line; it doesn't read like this anyway (you could interpret it several ways).
 

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