The phylogeny of aglaspidid arthropods and the internal relationships within Artiopoda

@article{OrtegaHernndez2013ThePO,
  title={The phylogeny of aglaspidid arthropods and the internal relationships within Artiopoda},
  author={Javier Ortega-Hern{\'a}ndez and David A Legg and S. J. Braddy},
  journal={Cladistics},
  year={2013},
  volume={29}
}
The phylogenetic position of aglaspidids, a problematic group of Lower Palaeozoic arthropods of undetermined affinities, is re‐examined in the context of the major Cambrian and Ordovician lamellipedian arthropod groups. A cladistic analysis of ten genera of aglaspidids sensu stricto, six aglaspidid‐like arthropods and 42 Palaeozoic arthropod taxa indicates that Xenopoda, Cheloniellida, Aglaspidida sensu lato and Trilobitomorpha form a clade (Artiopoda Hou and Bergström, 1997 ) nested within the… Expand
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