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RE: Tree of Life webpage

> From: owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu [mailto:owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu] 
> On Behalf Of Erik Boehm
> So, I came across the site tolweb.org quite a long time ago, 
> and its my understanding that its still under construction, 
> but I suspect it will eternally be this way.
> Mainly its a cladogram, that displays various levels of 
> information about each clade (some down to the species level, 
> some not), as well as discussions of the phylogenetic tree 
> they choose to present.
> Their pages on most extant organisms/clades are pretty good, 
> as are pages on certain extinct groups, such as early tetrapods.
> Their dinosaur/Archosaur pages are pathetic, however, until 
> one moves to the crown group 
> birdshttp://tolweb.org/Dinosauria/14883http://tolweb.org/Palae
> ognathae/15837http://tolweb.org/Amniota/14990
> I seem to recall reading some comments by DML listers that 
> they edit wikipedia pages sometimes in their spare 
> time.Personally I like the format of tolweb.org I would just 
> like to suggest that those wikipedia'ers on this list 
> consider submitting their content to tolweb.org

ToL is in a long-term reorganization phase. There will be a reincarnation of
sorts eventually.

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