The deep divergences of neornithine birds: a phylogenetic analysis of morphological characters

@article{Mayr2003TheDD,
  title={The deep divergences of neornithine birds: a phylogenetic analysis of morphological characters},
  author={G. Mayr and J. Clarke},
  journal={Cladistics},
  year={2003},
  volume={19}
}
Consensus is elusive regarding the phylogenetic relationships among neornithine (crown clade) birds. The ongoing debate over their deep divergences is despite recent increases in available molecular sequence data and the publication of several larger morphological data sets. In the present study, the phylogenetic relationships among 43 neornithine higher taxa are addressed using a data set of 148 osteological and soft tissue characters, which is one of the largest to date. The Mesozoic non… Expand
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