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Re: Metaves & Coronaves
> I remember some months ago,there was this new re-classification of
> neoavians presented,based on extensive molecular research.
It was _not_ a classification. It was a phylogenetic hypothesis plus two
new clade names.
> My question is, is this classification still seen as realistic or even
> likely? Or are we dealing with yet another controversial classification
> without much likelihood of being true?
AFAIK no other phylogeny of Neornithes has so far been published. This
would mean that, so far, nobody has confirmed or challenged those results
-- keeping in mind that getting a paper published takes something like
half a year if both the author and the journal are _very_ fast.
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