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Current taxonomy and diversity of crown ruminants above the species level

Groves, Colin


Linnaeus gave us the idea of systematics, with each taxon of lower rank nested inside one of higher rank; Darwin showed that these taxa are the result of evolution; Hennig demonstrated that, if they are to mean anything, all taxa must represent monophyla. He also proposed that, to bring objectivity into the system, each taxonomic rank should be characterised by a particular time depth, but this is not easy to bring about: genera such as Drosophila and Eucalyptus have a time-depth comparable to...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2014
Type: Conference paper
Source: Zitteliana B32


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