IS THERE ANY CONSENSUS ON BASAL ARCHOSAUR PHYLOGENY

@inproceedings{Gower1996ISTA,
  title={IS THERE ANY CONSENSUS ON BASAL ARCHOSAUR PHYLOGENY},
  author={David J Gower and Michael Wilkinson},
  year={1996}
}
Studies of basal archosaur phylogeny since 1975 were reviewed to assess directly opposing views on the (dis)agreement reached as a result of adopting cladistic methodology. The transition to modern numerical cladistic analyses has been long, including two principal stages: with listing of derived characters as node support eventually replaced by explicit data and methodology presentation. All four existing explicit numerical studies are reanalysed, and a semi-strict reduced cladistic consensus… CONTINUE READING

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