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Sorry I'm a day late, but I had to jump in here; macroevolution is NOT
simply "large scale changes" (and microevolution is not always less
phenotypic change than macroevolutionary events). Microevolution is
change within a species, while macroevolution is evolution from one
species into another
That's the other definition. The one I used says "body plan" instead of
(One reason why I didn't use the other is that it places such high emphasis
on species -- it's entirely dependent on the species concept problem.
Another, of course, is that I simply forgot it.)
Back to painting and working on our Supersaurus mount...it's all up
except the head and and hands and feet!