I'll try posting the paper again...
Thomas J. Raven & Susannah C. R. Maidment (2017)
A new phylogeny of Stegosauria (Dinosauria, Ornithischia).
Palaeontology (advance online publication)
The stegosaurs are some of the most easily recognizable dinosaurs, but are surprisingly rare as fossils. Consequently much remains unknown about their palaeobiology, and every new stegosaurian find contributes to our understanding of the evolution of the clade. Since the last attempt to examine the evolutionary relationships of Stegosauria, new specimens have come to light, including the most complete individual of Stegosaurus ever found, new taxa have been described and, perhaps most importantly, new methods for analysis of cladistic datasets have been produced. In the light of these new data and technological advances, the phylogenetic relationships of the stegosaurs and basal armoured dinosaurs are investigated. The inclusion of continuous data results in much better resolution than was previously obtained, and the resulting single most parsimonious tree supports [restoration] of the genera Miragaia and Hesperosaurus, which had previously been synonymized with Dacentrurus and Stegosaurus respectively. The recently described genus Alcovasaurus is resolved as a basal thyreophoran, but this is most likely a consequence of a very high degree of missing data and the questionable ontogenetic stage of the specimen. Examination of the effects of continuous data on the analysis suggest that while it contains a phylogenetic signal congruent with that of discrete data and provides better resolution than discrete data alone, it can affect topologies in unpredictable ways, particularly in areas of the tree where there are large amounts of missing data. The phylogeny presented here will form the basis for future work on the palaeobiology of the plated dinosaurs.
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From: Ben Creisler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, Apr 18, 2017 at 9:50 AM
Subject: Blocked Stegosauria post
I have been trying all morning to post the title, link, and abstract for a new paper in Palaeontology about the Stegosauria (a new phylogeny that restores Miragaia and Hesperosaurus as distinct genera). I have reworded the abstract and the subject line and tried other tactics, but it appears my multiple posts have been blocked in every case. I have no clue as to what the problem is. Has anyone received my posts about the new Stegosauria phylogeny?