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Re: Morpho v molecular (was Re: Tinamous: living dinosaurs)



> > You never see more genes and sequenced taxa leading to
> molecular results that resemble the traditional
> > morphological results after all.  The changes always
> seem to go one way.

Wrong. 

It's more that major embarrassments in science tend to be quickly forgotten. 
E.g. Passeriformes basal among crown Aves, early divergences of Metazoa, rodent 
polyphyly etc.


Regards,

Eike