Reflections on higher mammalian phylogenetics
Abstract For well over a decade, the higher-level relationships of mammals has been the focus of intensive and broad-ranging investigations. The sources of evidence drawn upon for this purpose are both traditional (e.g., paleontology, skeletal morphology) and newly sampled (e.g., comparative gene se...
|Published in:||Journal of mammalian evolution : official publication of the Society for the Study of Mammalian Evolution, Vol. 1 (1993), p. 3-30|
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Journal of mammalian evolution : official publication of the Society for the Study of Mammalian Evolution, Vol. 1 (1993), p. 3-30
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