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Re: Pneumaticity in Triassic pterosaurs

On May 17, 2009, at 9:36 AM, David Peters wrote:
And then on to the M. Habib replies:

Probably the idea is that if taxa are too distant phenetically -- that is, by a subjective, intuitive estimate of phenetic distance, not even by any attempt at quantification --, they can't be sister-groups. ...

Just as a point of clarification, neither the above quote nor the ones that followed were mine. I believe they were from David M. That doesn't necessarily change anything, just don't want to take credit for someone else's comments.


Michael Habib, M.S. PhD. Candidate Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution Johns Hopkins School of Medicine 1830 E. Monument Street Baltimore, MD 21205 (443) 280-0181 habib@jhmi.edu