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Recent Acrocanthosaurus paper
I currently working on a side project that requires compiling all
non-avian dinosaur cladograms (for meta-analytical purposes).
Suprisingly I'm going well but I've not been able to lay my hands on the
recent Acrocanthosaurus paper in Geodiversitas(?) to check wether a
phylogenetic analysis is included. If anyone has a copy could they
please tell me if.....
a) a cladogram is included
b) if it is based on a numerical parsimony analysis
c) the precise topology of the most parsimonious tree(s), or their
strict consensus if that is all that is given.
thanks for any help