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SIXTEEN Speciation and extinction in the fossil record of North American mammals john alroy

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  title={SIXTEEN Speciation and extinction in the fossil record of North American mammals john alroy},
  author={J. Alroy},
  year={2010}
}
Introduction Paleontological data have been used for decades to address a series of very general and intrinsically interesting questions concerning speciation. Many of them are essentially microevolutionary, morphological or both. What is the relative prevalence of anagenesis and cladogensis (Wagner & Erwin 1995)? Do constraints on morphology cause occupation of morphospace to slow down as diversity increases (Foote 1993)? Ismorphological change gradual or punctuated across speciation events… Expand

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