Joined: Feb. 2006
"I have a question for you:
What % of transitional versus non-transitional forms are fossilized?
Is there some difference that makes the transitional forms more resistant to fossilization than their non-transitional counterparts?"
Does this make sense? The only thing that distinguishes transitional vs non-transitional is order of find, isn't it? A fossil is a fossil; if you find two and then later find a third that seems to be a transition between them, that doesn't make them different as far as fossilization, just how the third fits into the already existing collection. Or am I missing something?