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Systematics and Biogeography: Cladistics and Vicariance
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Spinneret morphology and the phylogeny of ground spiders (Araneae, Gnaphosoidea). American Museum novitates ; ; no. 2978.
Scanning electron microscopy is used to survey the spinneret morphology of representatives of 50 genera of gnaphosoid spiders. Adult female gnaphosoids typically have five distinct spigot types. TwoExpand
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Philosophy and the Transformation of Cladistics
Platnick, N. I. (Department of Entomology, The American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York 10024) 1979. Philosophy and the transformation of cladistics. Syst. Zool. 28:537-546.-AlthoughExpand
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THREE‐TAXON STATEMENTS: A MORE PRECISE USE OF PARSIMONY?
Abstract— Binary characters can be represented in data matrices by the three‐taxon statements they imply. Transforming characters into three‐taxon statements may increase the sensitivity of parsimonyExpand
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Mapping the biosphere: exploring species to understand the origin, organization and sustainability of biodiversity
The time is ripe for a comprehensive mission to explore and document Earth's species. This calls for a campaign to educate and inspire the next generation of professional and citizen speciesExpand
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AN EMPIRICAL COMPARISON OF MICROCOMPUTER PARSIMONY PROGRAMS
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The effectiveness and efficiency of two microcomputer parsimony programs (PHYLIP and PAUP), and a prototype version of a third (SHEN, to be incorporated in Farris' HENNIG‐86), are evaluated with reference to 35 data sets, including those previously used by Luckow and Pimentel (1985) to benchmark mainframe programs. Expand
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IS FARRIS OPTIMIZATION PERFECT?: THREE‐TAXON STATEMENTS AND MULTIPLE BRANCHING
Abstract — The three‐taxon approach to phylogenetic analysis separates the universe of cladograms into a larger number of classes of solutions showing decreasing degrees of fit to data than doesExpand
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