[Taxacom] Clade age (was: Taxacom Digest)
lynn at afriherp.org
Thu Nov 10 15:14:32 CST 2011
Dick, while you are at the séance, could you also find out whether reversals are taken into account in Bayesian methodology. With only 4 basic components of DNA, surely the probabilties of reversals are extremely high. I would also be interested to learn how these methods deal with a group of closely related but morphologically distinguishable groups that have resulted from vicariance from a single more widespread species. I am not trying to be facetious, these are genuine questions.
On 10 Nov 2011, at 20:24, Richard Petit wrote:
There will be a séance at Sister Fatima's on Saturday night. I will try to
get a definitive answer for you (unless the dna folks have already booked
all the available times).
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