The systematic relationships of the snake genus Anomochilus

@article{Cundall1993TheSR,
  title={The systematic relationships of the snake genus Anomochilus},
  author={D. Cundall and V. Wallach and D. A. Rossman},
  journal={Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society},
  year={1993},
  volume={109},
  pages={275-299}
}
Phylogenetic analysis of 38 skeletal characters, 12 muscular characters and 15 visceral characters in 17 major snake clades plus Anomochilus suggests that Anomochilus is the sister taxon of all other living alethinophidian snakes. However, skeletal, muscular and visceral character sets analysed separately or in pairs give four groups of nonconcordant tree topologies. Based on the cladogram derived from the total evidence, two families are erected to prevent the existing family Uropeltidae from… Expand
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