Fwd: Re: [TAXACOM] genetic vs morphological trace of phylogeny

Curtis Clark jcclark at CSUPOMONA.EDU
Wed Apr 7 20:54:13 CDT 2004

At 02:25 2004-04-07, John Grehan wrote:
>>I guess I'm a bit dense as I cannot make sense of your morphological

John, a lot of us on the list keep our "mouths shut" about panbiogeography
because we don't really know anything about it. I'm starting to wonder if
you might not best do the same with cladistics. A lot of this stuff is
basic information in textbooks, and has been around for twenty years or
more. I could accept that you might not have time to tackle the subject
(that's my current excuse for panbiogeography, especially now that I know
that I won't be teaching the biogeography course), but it seems so central
to your human/orangutan arguments that it seems you would want to get it right.

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