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RE: Vertebrate cladogram

See my email from last night.  Technical problems, I'm afraid, but its getting 
solved.  What's up will give you an idea of the format, or at least most of it. 
 However, we only have part of one unit up, so there isn't a lot to it.  The 
substance is toward the bottom of the page.

1) Go to Dinodata.net
2) Select "Dinodata" (left screen)
3) Select "Continue" (right screen)
4)Select "Cladogram" (left screen)
5) Select "Toby White's"... etc (right screen)

OK.  So its not the easiest thing to find right now.  But there's not that much 
to see yet either.  Unit I is also was the first one I did.  The quality 
improves a bit in later units.

Expect no graphics.  Its all text.  A fair number of links to good visual 
stuff, but I can't draw a straight line myself -- even with a ruler.

  --Toby White

On Tuesday, October 12, 1999 1:27 PM, Larry Dunn 
[SMTP:majestic_cheese@yahoo.com] wrote:
> Funny, I was just going to ask about resources on
> this.  In fact, I was going to go further and ask for
> a complete animal cladogram (!).
> OK, Fred, I'll bite.  Where is it on DinoData?
> Couldn't find it anywhere.
> LD
> --- bervoets fred <fb@nrc.nl> wrote:
> > You can see Toby White's Complete Vertebrate
> > Cladogram [under construction] at DinoData.
> >
> > http://www.dinodata.net/
> >
> > I think he has done a great job.
> >
> > Regards
> > Fred Bervoets
> > fb@nrc.nl
> >
> >
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