Edited By: Douglas E Erwin and Robert L Anstey
337 pages, Figs, tabs
Reexamination of the understandings we have of the speciation patterns that appear in the fossil record through stringent analysis of these patterns and their assumed processes. The contributions address the questions surrounding speciation in the fossil record by conducting very specific, detailed studies of particular lineages. In each case, the rigourous techniques of morphological analysis, quantitative genetic analysis, phylogenetic analysis, and sedimentary completeness have been employed.
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