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Jaime Headden wrote-
> There are also several _published_ refs which have concrete data to
> support their formation and can be verified at:
> Holtz, T.R., Jr. 2000. A new phylogeny of the carnivorous dinosaurs.
> _GAIA_ 15: 5-61.
Now rather outdated by his new unpublished studies (SVP 2001, 2002, pers.
> Xu X.; Zhou Z.-g.; Wang X.-l.; Kuang X.-w.; Zhang F.-c.; and Du X.k. 2003.
> Four-winged dinosaurs from China. _Nature_ 421: 335-340.
> Xu X.; Norell, M.A.; Wang X.-l.; Makovicky, P.J.; and Wu X.-c. 2002. A
> basal troodontid from the Early Cretaceous of China. Nature 415: 780-784.
Both irrelevent with the publication of Hwang et al. 2004, since they are
the same dataset with less characters and taxa.
Neither Holtz's analyses or those of the TWG cover birds in much detail of
course. For that, you'll want Clarke's thesis and the various papers adding
taxa to her dataset (Zhou and Zhang 2002 for Shenzhouraptor and Rahonavis;
Zhou and Zhang 2002 for Sapeornis), as well as Chiappe (2002).