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Re: Reptilian and synapsid stuff
From: Ben Creisler firstname.lastname@example.org
Not dinosaur stuff, but maybe of interest to the DML:
(Came through the first time, BTW. Looks like your computer refused to
reload the page or something.)
We also build very large multiple alignments for Sauropsida and
mammals (two million residues per species) and perform extensive
phylogenetic analyses suggesting that turtles are not basal living
reptiles but are rather associated with Archosaurians, hence,
potentially answering a long-standing question in the phylogeny of
Well, either that, or the lepidosaurs -- or the toxicoferans anyway --
suffer from long-branch attraction.
foramen intermandibularis oralis
intermandibulare orale. The -men words of Latin are all neuter.