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Re: Clade II

>       A series of apomorhies defines clade 1 that are not present in the
> outgroup (not shown).  Additionally, clades 2 and 3 are monophyletic. 
> Species D may very well share more than it does apomorphies (for clade 3)
> with species C.  

     Just sent it ten seconds ago and I'm already spotting typos.  This
should read, "Species D may very well share more traits in common with A
and B then it does with C (and yet still be united in a SEPERATE
monophyletic clade).

LN Jeff
"I once heared that and infinite number of monkeys given an infinite
amount of time could reconstruct every one of Shakespeare's plays."
"What about my poem?"
"Three monkeys, ten minutes."