jrg13 at PSU.EDU
Mon Feb 1 08:34:24 CST 1999
a cladogram; and
>therefore (horror of horrors) might lead to misleading inferences
>in, say, biogeography. But if the cladogram is available,the
>biogeographer can use THAT more easily than any classification.
> Don Colless, CSIRO Div of Entomology
But with the proviso that an accurate or correct cladogram does not
necessarily lead to an accurate or correct biogeography.
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