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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.


--Mike


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