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Re: Gondwana Split Sorts Out Mammalian Evolution
In a message dated Tue, 22 Jan 2002 10:32:11 PM Eastern Standard Time, "Steve
Brusatte" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Does anyone know if the authors included chiropterans > in their study? Many
> analyses place chiropterans
> close to primates, but others seem to place them
> quite a bit away.
I don't know whether it was tested explicitly, but the summary posted the other
day listed bats among the laurasiatheres.
BTW, are desmostylians and embrithopods still thought to be in or near
Tethytheria? And the million-dollar question (to my mind): where do the South
American "ungulate" groups fit in?