Phylogenetic morphometrics (I): the use of landmark data in a phylogenetic framework

@article{Catalano2010PhylogeneticM,
  title={Phylogenetic morphometrics (I): the use of landmark data in a phylogenetic framework},
  author={S. Catalano and P. Goloboff and N. Giannini},
  journal={Cladistics},
  year={2010},
  volume={26}
}
A method for the direct use of aligned landmark data (2D or 3D coordinates of comparable points) in phylogenetic analysis is described. The approach is based on finding, for each of the landmark points, the ancestral positions that minimize the distance between the ancestor/descendant points along the tree. Doing so amounts to maximizing the degree to which similar positions of the landmarks in different taxa can be accounted for by common ancestry, i.e. parsimony. This method requires no… Expand
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