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Re: New PaleoBios paper - diplodocoid phylogenetic taxonomy
2005/10/3, Mike Taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Well, the latter has largely been done --
> Padian, K., J. R. Hutchinson and T. R. Holtz, Jr. 1999.
> Phylogenetic definitions and nomenclature of the major
> taxonomic categories of the carnivorous Dinosauria
> (Theropoda). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 19:69-80.
Isn't this paper criticized by Sereno? I not sure if he did that in
the 'A rational for dinosaurian taxonomy' (1999 JVP 19: 788-90).
(It's ofen said that a clade or a node-based definition is more stable
than a apomorphic or a content list based definition, it seems that it
not actually true.)