Phylogeny And Systematics Of Squamata (Reptilia) Based On Morphology

@inproceedings{Conrad2008PhylogenyAS,
  title={Phylogeny And Systematics Of Squamata (Reptilia) Based On Morphology},
  author={J. Conrad},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Squamata (amphisbaenians, “lizards”, mosasaurs, and snakes) is an extremely diverse clade with a rich fossil record. There is little consensus about the interrelationships of the major squamate clades (i.e., Iguania, Gekkota, Scincomorpha, Anguimorpha, Amphisbaenia, and Serpentes), or even the membership of some of these clades. Morphology-based cladistic analyses typically agree only that the major dichotomy in extant squamates is between Iguania and all other taxa. The phylogenetic… Expand
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