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Re: Def. of Ornithischia
> In other words, why wouldn't a node based Predentata of the most recent
>common ancestor of, say, Pisanosaurus and Triceratops take precedence since
>node based taxa seem to be the underlying principle of cladistics?
Oops, that would be the unnamed node Dr. Holtz spoke of. I meant of
course whatever animal plus Triceratops would make up a node based
definition of Ornithischia.
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