The phylogeny of the living and fossil Sphenisciformes (penguins)

@article{Ksepka2006ThePO,
  title={The phylogeny of the living and fossil Sphenisciformes (penguins)},
  author={D. Ksepka and S. Bertelli and N. Giannini},
  journal={Cladistics},
  year={2006},
  volume={22}
}
We present the first phylogenetic analysis of the Sphenisciformes that extensively samples fossil taxa. Combined analysis of 181 morphological characters and sequence fragments from mitochondrial and nuclear genes (12S, 16S, COI, cytochrome b, RAG‐1) yields a largely resolved tree. Two species of the New Zealand Waimanu form a trichotomy with all other penguins in our result. The much discussed giant penguins Anthropornis and Pachydyptes are placed in two clades near the base of the tree… Expand
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