The more, the better: the use of multiple landmark configurations to solve the phylogenetic relationships in musteloids.

@article{Catalano2015TheMT,
  title={The more, the better: the use of multiple landmark configurations to solve the phylogenetic relationships in musteloids.},
  author={S. Catalano and M. D. Ercoli and F. J. Prevosti},
  journal={Systematic biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={64 2},
  pages={
          294-306
        }
}
Although the use of landmark data to study shape changes along a phylogenetic tree has become a common practice in evolutionary studies, the role of this sort of data for the inference of phylogenetic relationships remains under debate. Theoretical issues aside, the very existence of historical information in landmark data has been challenged, since phylogenetic analyses have often shown little congruence with alternative sources of evidence. However, most analyses conducted in the past were… Expand
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