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The Problem Of Homoplasy: The Equinae As An Example

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#21 Bonedigger

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Posted 26 December 2013 - 11:28 AM

Hi Bonedigger!

 

This is a great thread.  How about tackling us ole homo sapiens?  We hear often enough how we are related to Neanderthals etc. etc.  Let's see how it stacks up.

 

Thanks again for your hard work.  I'm sure this kind of thing takes a lot of time.

 

Merry Christmas to you.

 

God Bless,

Jason

 

Thanks Jason. Yeah, it does take a while, which means I have to be circumspect in what I work on during my limited free time. Homo sapiens by itself wouldn't work (sample size of one species), but I may have to see if I can find a good, comprehensive cladistic analysis of, for example, the hominoidea to work on.

 

Bonedigger does work his butt off doesn't he? His job title is 'post builder extraordinaire'.

 

Thanks, Adam. wink.png







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