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Data on vertebrate and fish trees

List of cladograms tested for their correspondence with stratigraphic data. Cladograms are listed alphabetically. For each group, data are listed in order, as follows:

Group

No. terminals

SRL

MIG

Gmin

Gmax

RCI

RCI & GER Sig

Consistent nodes

SCI

SCI Sig.

GER

Range of O

Reference

Vertebrata(1)

16

721

186

67

783

74.202497

0.5

7

0.5

0.5

0.833799

Ord-Dev

Wilson & Caldwell (1998, fig. 9)

Agnatha(1)

8

1125

719

478

839

36.088889

84.25

2

0.333333

100

0.33241

Camb-Carb

Halstead (1982, fig. 5)

Agnatha(2)

4

135

149

97

149

-10.37037

100

1

0.5

82.75

0

Camb-Carb

Janvier (1981, fig. 11)

Agnatha(3)

6

1039

673

478

719

35.226179

73.25

2

0.5

88

0.19087

Camb-Carb

Janvier (1981, fig. 13a)

Agnatha(4)

6

1039

673

478

719

35.226179

71.25

2

0.5

88

0.19087

Camb-Carb

Janvier (1981, fig. 13b)

Agnatha(5)

6

115

42

21

84

63.478261

20

3

0.75

20

0.66667

Camb-Carb

Janvier (1984, fig. 4)

Agnatha(6)

8

1125

645

478

839

42.666667

20.5

4

0.666667

3.5

0.5374

Camb-Carb

Janvier (1984, fig. 8)

Agnatha(7)

7

1054

636

478

802

39.658444

24

3

0.6

10.5

0.51235

Camb-Carb

Maisey (1986, fig. 3)

Agnatha(8)

7

1054

673

478

802

36.148008

31.25

3

0.6

12

0.39815

Camb-Carb

Maisey (1986, fig. 3)

Agnatha(9)

11

1736

683

470

961

60.656682

5.25

4

0.444444

29.75

0.56619

Camb-Carb

Novitskaya and Talimaa (1989) in Janvier and Blieck (1993, fig. 6)

Agnatha(10)

7

1056

640

470

754

39.393939

29

1

0.2

100

0.40141

Camb-Carb

Moy-Thomas and Miles (1971) in Janvier and Blieck (1993, fig. 6)

Agnatha(11)

12

1195

794

470

995

33.556485

85

3

0.3

100

0.38286

Camb-Carb

Halstead (1982) in Janvier and Blieck (1993, fig. 6)

Agnatha(12)

10

1180

752

478

863

36.271186

46.25

2

0.25

100

0.28831

Camb-Carb

Gagnier (1989) in Janvier and Blieck (1993, fig. 6)

Agnatha(13)

10

1064

637

466

1239

40.131579

4

6

0.75

21.75

0.77878

Camb-Carb

Forey & Janvier (1993, fig. 4)

Agnatha: Galeaspida

8

162

36

21

48

77.777778

5

5

0.833333

11

0.44444

Sil-Dev

Janvier (1985, fig. 36)

Agnatha: Heterostraci

7

749

627

478

802

16.288385

21

4

0.8

4.5

0.54012

Sil-Dev

Janvier (1981, fig. 16)

Agnatha: Osteostraci

7

162

90

21

90

44.444444

100

0

0

100

0

Sil-Dev

Janvier (1985, fig. 37)

Osteostraci: Cephalaspidomorphi

6

209

466

466

818

-122.96651

1.5

4

1

1.5

1

Ord-Rec

Janvier & Lund (1983, fig. 5)

Osteostraci: Cephalaspidomorphi

5

175

119

119

216

32

9.5

3

1

9.5

1

Janvier & Lund (1983, fig. 5)

Osteostraci: Thyestidians(1)

5

105

6

6

94.28571

100

2

0.666667

100

Sil-Dev

Janvier (1985, fig. 40)

Osteostraci: Thyestidians(2)

11

214

147

21

189

31.308411

50.5

3

0.333333

50.5

0.25

Sil-Dev

Forey (1987b, fig. 8)

Osteostraci: Thyestidians(3)

11

214

147

21

189

31.308411

52.5

3

0.333333

52.5

0.25

Sil-Dev

Forey (1987b, fig. 9a)

Osteostraci: Thyestidians(4)

11

213

166

21

166

22.065728

100

2

0.222222

94.75

0

Sil-Dev

Forey (1987b, fig. 9b)

Osteostraci: Thyestidians(5)

9

179

109

21

109

39.106145

100

1

0.142857

100

0

Sil-Dev

Forey (1987b, fig. 10a)

Osteostraci: Thyestidians(6)

6

107

25

19

25

76.635514

100

3

0.75

58.75

0

Sil-Dev

Forey (1987b, fig. 10b)

Anaspida/ Petromyzontida

5

417

149

97

149

64.268585

100

2

0.666667

100

0

Sil-Carb

Arsenault & Janvier (1981, fig. 5)

Gnathostomata(1)

12

2979

732

376

1947

75.427996

0.25

5

0.5

1.25

0.77339

Sil-Dev

Nelson (1969, fig. 25)

Gnathostomata(2)

6

2152

158

52

182

92.657993

48.75

1

0.25

70

0.18461

Dev

Miles (1977, fig. 158a)

Gnathostomata(3)

6

2152

110

52

182

94.888476

16.75

2

0.5

24

0.55385

Dev

Miles (1977, fig. 158b)

Gnathostomata(4)

8

2393

343

253

799

85.666527

1.5

1

0.166667

100

0.83516

Dev

Wiley (1979, fig. 8)

Gnathostomata(5)

6

2139

363

216

417

83.029453

51.75

1

0.25

63

0.26866

Dev

Wiley (1979, fig. 8)

Gnathostomata(6)

6

2152

104

52

182

95.167286

14.25

2

0.5

21.25

0.6

Dev

Rosen et al. (1981, fig. 62)

Gnathostomata(7)

8

2205

125

52

263

94.331066

8

3

0.5

9

0.65403

Ord-Dev

Lauder & Liem (1983, fig. 1)

Gnathostomata(8)

10

2783

609

337

1327

78.11714

1.25

2

0.25

100

0.72525

Ord-Dev

Bemis (1984, fig. 2)

Gnathostomata(9)

10

2254

176

52

305

92.191659

14.5

3

0.375

29.5

0.50988

Ord-Dev

Gardiner (1984b, fig. 147)

Gnathostomata(10)

10

1982

716

466

926

63.874874

23.25

4

0.5

22.75

0.45652

Ord-Dev

Mallatt (1984, fig. 1)

Gnathostomata(11)

10

2335

152

52

318

93.490364

5

4

0.5

4.5

0.62406

Ord-Dev

Schultze (1987, fig. 9)

Gnathostomata(12)

8

2367

162

98

529

93.155894

0.5

4

0.666667

0.75

0.85151

Ord-Dev

McAllister (1987, fig. 80)

Gnathostomata(13)

6

2046

110

46

140

94.623656

70

2

0.5

58

0.31915

Ord-Dev

Schultze (1988, fig. 1)

Gnathostomata(14)

23

4654

1316

358

2841

71.723249

21

12

0.571429

0.5

0.614176

Sil-Jur

Schultze (1990, fig. 7)

Gnathostomata(15)

9

211

79

21

121

62.559242

22.5

2

0.285714

55.75

0.42

Dev

Forey et al. (1991, fig. 5)

Gnathostomata(16)

9

211

79

21

121

62.559242

21.75

2

0.285714

53.5

0.42

Dev

Forey et al. (1991, fig. 5, variant)

Gnathostomata(17)

8

2460

114

46

213

95.365854

38.5

2

0.4

39

0.59281

Dev

Schultze (1994, fig. 2b)

Gnathostomata(18)

8

2460

114

46

213

95.365854

39

2

0.4

39

0.59281

Dev

Schultze (1994, fig. 3c)

Placodermi(1)

8

211

55

31

67

73.933649

41.75

4

0.666667

68.5

0.33333

Dev

Miles and Young (1977, fig. 3)

Placodermi(2)

8

239

67

31

67

71.966527

100

3

0.5

99

0

Dev

Miles and Young (1977, fig. 5)

Placodermi(3)

6

116

42

18

42

63.793103

100

1

0.25

100

0

Dev

Young (1979, fig. 27a)

Placodermi(4)

5

168

24

12

24

85.714286

100

2

0.666667

100

0

Dev

Young (1979, fig. 27b)

Placodermi(5)

8

222

89

31

89

59.90991

100

1

0.166667

100

0

Dev

Young (1979, fig. 27c)

Placodermi(6)

10

244

97

31

97

60.245902

100

2

0.25

100

0

Dev

Gardiner (1984a, fig. 8)

Placodermi(7)

9

245

79

31

79

67.755102

100

2

0.285714

100

0

Dev

Goujet (1984, fig. 1)

Placodermi(8)

9

264

48

18

60

81.818182

60.75

6

0.857143

73

0.28571

Dev

Goujet (1984, fig 12)

Placodermi(9)

5

126

65

31

65

48.412698

100

1

0.333333

92.75

0

Dev

Long (1984, fig. 26a)

Placodermi(10)

5

126

41

31

65

67.460317

8.25

2

0.666667

29.75

0.70588

Dev

Long (1984, fig. 26f)

Placodermi(11)

5

126

43

31

65

65.873016

17.75

2

0.666667

31.25

0.64706

Dev

Long (1984, fig. 27)

Placodermi(12)

7

201

54

18

54

73.134328

100

2

0.4

100

0

Dev

Forey and Gardiner (1986, fig 4a)

Placodermi(13)

7

201

54

18

54

73.134328

100

2

0.4

100

0

Dev

Forey and Gardiner (1986, fig 4b)

Placodermi(14)

7

201

54

18

54

73.134328

100

1

0.2

100

0

Dev

Forey and Gardiner (1986, fig 4c)

Placodermi(15)

6

197

36

12

36

81.725888

100

1

0.25

100

0

Dev

Forey and Gardiner (1986, fig 4e)

Placodermi(16)

10

244

107

31

107

56.147541

100

3

0.375

85.75

0

Dev

Forey and Gardiner (1986, fig. 5)

Placodermi(17)

8

239

67

31

67

71.966527

100

3

0.5

97.75

0

Dev

Young (1986, fig. 18a)

Placodermi(18)

8

232

79

31

79

65.948276

100

1

0.166667

100

0

Dev

Young (1986, fig. 18b)

Placodermi(19)

8

239

67

31

67

71.966527

100

3

0.5

97.75

0

Dev

Young (1986, fig. 18c)

Placodermi(20)

11

316

70

31

165

77.848101

0.75

6

0.666667

3.5

0.70896

Dev

Carr (1995, fig. 4)

Placodermi: Arthrodira(1)

9

144

41

31

173

71.527778

0.25

6

0.857143

0.25

0.92958

Dev

Miles and Dennis (1979, fig. 15)

Placodermi: Arthrodira(2)

11

207

41

31

197

80.193237

1.75

8

0.888889

83.75

0.93976

Dev

Dennis and Miles (1980, fig. 22)

Placodermi: Arthrodira(3)

8

112

39

29

92

65.178571

0.25

3

0.5

30.5

0.84127

Dev

Carr (1991, fig. 19a)

Placodermi: Arthrodira(4)

10

122

47

29

127

61.47541

1.75

3

0.428571

83.75

0.81633

Dev

Carr (1991, fig. 19c)

Placodermi: Arthrodira(5)

16

313

59

31

340

81.15016

100

11

0.785714

100

0.90938

Dev

Gardiner and Miles (1994, fig. 19)

Placodermi: Arthrodira(6)

12

250

53

31

228

78.8

100

7

0.7

100

0.88832

Dev

Gardiner and Miles (1994, fig. 30)

Placodermi: Euarthrodira

7

168

28

22

76

83.333333

5

4

0.8

7.25

0.88889

Dev

Young (1979, fig. 18)

Placodermi: Antiarcha(1)

5

82

27

27

99

67.073171

5.75

3

1

5.75

1

Dev

Young (1984, fig. 2)

Placodermi: Antiarcha(2)

6

98

32

27

76

67.346939

7.5

3

0.75

78.5

0.897959

Dev

Zhu, M. & Janvier, P. (1996, fig. 12)

Acanthodii(1)

8

466

125

46

189

73.175966

30.25

4

0.666667

13.5

0.44755

Sil-Dev

Long (1986, fig. 8b)

Acanthodii(2)

8

376

143

52

262

61.968085

16.5

3

0.5

31.5

0.56667

Sil-Dev

Long (1986, fig. 9)

Chondrichthyes(1)

8

952

510

232

784

46.428571

8

1

0.166667

100

0.49638

Dev-Jur

Maisey (1984a, fig. 1)

Chondrichthyes(2)

4

821

65

37

65

92.082826

100

0

0

100

0

Dev-Carb

Maisey (1986, fig. 6)

Chondr.: Elasmobranchii(1)

7

1024

328

142

328

67.96875

100

0

0

100

0

Dev-Jur

Schaeffer and Williams (1977, fig. 2)

Chondr.: Elasmobranchii(2)

6

987

200

178

342

79.736575

13.75

1

0.25

100

0.86585

Dev-Jur

Schaeffer (1981, fig. 26b)

Chondr.: Elasmobranchii(3)

6

581

214

209

732

63.166954

8

3

0.75

3.5

0.99044

Dev-Jur

Maisey (1984b, fig. 2)

Chondr.: Elasmobranchii(4)

4

744

179

174

445

75.94086

25

1

0.5

48.75

0.98155

Dev-Jur

Maisey (1986, fig. 7)

Chondr.: Carcharinoidea

4

477

111

106

187

76.72956

15.5

1

0.5

49.75

0.93827

Dev-Jur

Maisey (1984b, fig. 3)

Chondr.: Petalodontiformes

4

225

27

27

54

88

21

2

1

21

1

Carb

Lund (1989, fig. 18)

Osteichthyes(1)

6

1248

168

168

292

86.538462

0.25

4

1

0.25

1

Dev-Carb

Lund & Lund (1985, fig. 77a)

Osteichthyes(2)

6

1266

172

168

302

86.413902

2.75

3

0.75

7.5

0.97015

Dev-Carb

Lund & Lund (1985, fig. 77b)

Osteichthyes: Actinopterygii(1)

12

1476

340

123

817

76.96477

0.5

6

0.6

19.5

0.68732

Tri-Cret

Patterson (1976, fig. 19)

Osteichthyes: Actinopterygii(2)

6

809

105

105

389

87.021014

0.25

4

1

0.25

1

Tri-Cret

Patterson and Rosen (1977, fig. 38)

Osteichthyes: Actinopterygii(3)

6

609

513

315

775

15.763547

19.5

2

0.5

19.5

0.56956

Dev-Carb

Patterson (1982, fig. 3B)

Osteichthyes: Actinopterygii(4)

18

1720

531

177

2288

69.127907

0.25

9

0.5625

1.5

0.83231

Tri-Cret

Rosen (1982, fig. 6)

Osteichthyes: Actinopterygii(5)

16

1392

963

333

2769

30.818966

1.75

8

0.571429

4.5

0.74138

Dev-Jur

Lauder and Liem (1983, fig. 6)

Osteichthyes: Actinopterygii(6)

16

1514

1151

315

1950

23.976222

1.75

4

0.285714

20.75

0.48869

Dev-Jur

Gardiner (1984b, fig. 146)

Osteichthyes: Actinopterygii(7)

16

1514

1151

315

1950

23.976222

3.5

4

0.285714

22.5

0.48869

Dev-Jur

Gardiner (1984b, fig. 146)

Osteichthyes: Actinopterygii(8)

11

1029

252

101

338

75.510204

19.25

4

0.444444

48.25

0.36287

Tri-Jur

Olsen (1984, fig. 19)

Osteichthyes: Actinopterygii(9)

5

882

303

181

303

65.646259

100

0

0

100

0

Carb-Jur

Maisey (1986, fig. 10)

Osteichthyes: Actinopterygii(10)

16

952

593

315

1801

37.710084

8.5

9

0.642857

0.5

0.81292

Carb-Jur

Gardiner and Schaeffer (1989, fig. 10)

Osteichthyes: Actinopterygii(11)

13

839

735

315

1961

12.395709

0.5

8

0.727273

0.25

0.74484

Carb-Jur

Gardiner and Schaeffer (1989, fig. 11)

Osteichthyes: Actinopterygii(12)

26

1466

929

315

2952

36.630286

0.25

14

0.583333

0.25

0.76716

Carb-Jur

Gardiner and Schaeffer (1989, fig. 12)

Osteichthyes: Actinopterygii(13)

11

803

271

183

1188

66.251557

0.75

1

0.111111

83.25

0.91244

Perm-Jur

Rieppel (1992, fig. 12)

Actinopterygii: Neopterygii(1)

5

729

213

112

249

70.781893

30.5

2

0.666667

16.75

0.26277

Tri-Jur

Wiley and Schultze (1984, fig. 2)

Actinopterygii: Neopterygii(2)

8

1221

311

219

1088

74.529075

0.5

4

0.666667

3

0.894131

Carb-Cret

Olsen & McCune (1991, fig. 16)

Actinopterygii: Neopterygii(3)

8

1221

311

219

1088

74.529075

1

4

0.666667

2

0.894131

Carb-Cret

Olsen & McCune (1991, fig. 17A)

Actinopterygii: Chondrostei

11

852

479

202

668

43.779343

17.75

3

0.333333

98.5

0.40558

Carb-Jur

Schaeffer (1973, fig. 14)

Actinopt.: Semionotiformes(1)

7

780

169

101

267

78.333333

9

5

1

1.25

0.59036

Carb-Jur

Olsen and McCune (1991, fig 17A)

Actinopt.: Semionotiformes(2)

7

780

181

101

267

76.794872

19

4

0.8

4.25

0.51807

Carb-Jur

Olsen and McCune (1991, fig. 17B)

Actinopterygii: Amiidae

9

236

189

74

211

19.915254

41

3

0.428571

97

0.160584

Jur-Cret

Chalifa & Tchernov (1982, fig. 14)

Actinopterygii: Teleostei(1)

4

590

25

25

38

95.762712

6.5

2

1

6.5

1

Jur-Cret

Patterson and Rosen (1977, fig. 22)

Actinopterygii: Teleostei(2)

13

1248

388

177

1324

68.910256

0.75

7

0.636364

0.75

0.81604

Jur-Cret

Patterson and Rosen (1977, fig. 54)

Actinopterygii: Teleostei(3)

28

2066

1166

145

1801

43.562439

0.25

15

0.535714

0.25

0.38345

Tri-Cret

Rosen (1982, fig. 5)

Teleostei: Acanthopterygii

11

695

155

33

218

77.697842

14

3

0.333333

46.75

0.34054

Cret-Eoc

Lauder and Liem (1983, fig. 50)

Teleostei: Atherinomorpha

4

211

47

47

121

77.725118

25.25

2

1

18.25

1

Cret-Eoc

Lauder and Liem (1983, fig. 47)

Teleostei: Beloniformes

5

168

67

40

82

60.119048

61.5

1

0.333333

100

0.35714

Eoc-Olig

Boughton et al. (1991, fig. 1)

Teleostei: Caproidae

4

263

125

47

125

52.471483

100

0

0

100

0

Eoc-Olig

Zehren (1987, fig. 1)

Teleostei: Clupeomorpha

4

373

111

111

211

70.241287

8.5

2

1

8.5

1

Cret-Eoc

Grande (1985, fig. 1a)

Teleostei: Cyprinodontiformes

4

121

94

50

119

22.31405

50.25

1

0.5

50.25

0.36232

Paleoc-Eoc

Parenti (1981, fig. 9)

Teleostei: Elopomorpha

7

454

124

62

198

72.687225

15

4

0.8

9

0.54412

Cret-Eoc

Lauder and Liem (1983, fig. 24)

Teleostei: Euteleostei(1)

7

629

214

82

295

65.977742

27.75

2

0.4

43

0.38028

Cret-Paleoc

Lauder and Liem (1983, fig. 28)

Teleostei: Euteleostei(2)

12

925

503

136

827

45.621622

24

4

0.4

63.75

0.46889

Cret-Paleoc

Schaeffer and Lauder (1986, fig. 1)

Teleostei: Osmeridae

8

16

248

60

408

-1450

52

2

0.333333

61

0.45977

Paleoc-Rec

Wilson & Williams (1991, fig. 12)

Teleostei: Ostariophysi(1)

5

320

221

136

410

30.9375

23.5

1

0.333333

59

0.68978

Cret-Paleoc

Fink and Fink (1981, fig. 1)

Teleostei: Ostariophysi(2)

5

427

261

136

303

38.875878

39.5

1

0.333333

64

0.2515

Cret-Paleoc

Lauder and Liem (1983, fig. 30)

Teleostei: Osteoglossidae(1)

11

102

193

97

510

-89.215686

15

7

0.777778

7

0.767554

Cret-Rec

Li & Wilson (1996, fig. 7)

Teleostei: Osteoglossidae(2)

18

188

440

97

982

-134.04255

3.5

10

0.625

5

0.612429

Cret-Rec

Li et al. (1997, fig. 9)

Teleostei: Paracanthopterygii

11

714

570

154

1269

20.168067

13

3

0.333333

8.5

0.626906

Cret-Rec

Grande (1988, fig. 7)

Teleostei: Pimelodidae

6

42

38

16

54

9.52381

37.5

2

0.5

90.5

0.421053

Mioc-Rec

Lundberg et al. (1988, fig. 4)

Teleostei: Pleuronectiformes

7

330

56

33

62

83.030303

29

3

0.6

19.5

0.2069

Paleoc-Eoc

Lauder and Liem (1983, fig. 63)

Teleostei: Salmoniformes(1)

5

277

115

73

138

58.483755

41.25

1

0.333333

60

0.35385

Paleoc-Eoc

Rosen (1974, fig. 38)

Teleostei: Salmoniformes(2)

5

277

73

73

138

73.646209

2.25

3

1

2.25

1

Paleoc-Eoc

Rosen (1974, fig. 39)

Teleostei: Tetraodontiformes

4

112

88

40

88

21.428571

100

0

0

100

0

Eoc-Olig

Lauder and Liem (1983, fig. 52)

Sarcopterygii(1)

4

1303

70

31

70

94.627782

100

0

0

100

0

Dev

Rosen et al. (1981, fig. 4C)

Sarcopterygii(2)

4

1303

70

31

70

94.627782

100

0

0

100

0

Dev

Rosen et al. (1981, fig. 4D)

Sarcopterygii(3)

7

1431

87

56

222

93.920335

15

2

0.4

39.5

0.81325

Dev

Long (1985, fig. 14a)

Sarcopterygii(4)

6

1328

40

19

50

96.987952

36

1

0.25

100

0.32258

Dev

Maisey (1986, fig. 14)

Sarcopterygii(5)

7

1651

112

46

187

93.216233

16

1

0.2

65

0.53192

Dev

Forey (1987a, fig. 2)

Sarcopterygii(6)

6

1357

73

29

73

94.620486

100

0

0

100

0

Dev

Ahlberg (1989, fig. 16a)

Sarcopterygii(7)

6

1357

73

29

73

94.620486

100

0

0

100

0

Dev

Ahlberg (1989, fig. 16b)

Sarcopterygii(8)

9

1787

85

46

239

95.243425

1.75

4

0.571429

23

0.79793

Dev

Gee (1990, fig. 1)

Sarcopterygii(9)

10

1414

176

98

247

87.553041

17

3

0.375

71

0.47651

Dev

Ahlberg (1991, fig. 14)

Sarcopterygii(10)

8

1406

88

31

149

93.74111

23.25

3

0.5

12

0.51695

Dev

Ahlberg (1991, fig. 15a)

Sarcopterygii(11)

7

1337

82

31

116

93.866866

39.75

2

0.4

55.5

0.4

Dev

Ahlberg (1991, fig. 15b)

Sarcopterygii(12)

9

1667

115

46

244

93.10138

15.75

3

0.428571

26

0.65151

Dev

Chang (1991, fig. 35)

Sarcopterygii(13)

9

1688

139

46

244

91.765403

16.75

3

0.428571

41.75

0.5303

Dev

Forey et al. (1991, fig. 5)

Sarcopterygii(14)

9

1688

139

46

244

91.765403

14.5

2

0.285714

56.5

0.5303

Dev

Forey et al. (1991, fig. 5, variant 1)

Sarcopterygii(15)

9

1688

112

46

244

93.364929

9.25

4

0.571429

33.5

0.66667

Dev

Forey et al. (1991, fig. 5, variant 2)

Sarcopterygii(16)

6

1248

168

168

292

86.538462

1.5

4

1

1.5

1

Dev-Carb

Lund & Lund (1985, fig. 77a)

Sarcopterygii(17)

6

1266

172

168

302

86.413902

1.5

3

0.75

4.75

0.97015

Dev-Carb

Lund & Lund (1985, fig. 77b)

Sarcopterygii: Dipnoi(1)

10

829

406

325

797

51.025332

0.25

5

0.625

3.75

0.82839

Dev-Carb

Miles (1977, fig. 157)

Sarcopterygii: Dipnoi(2)

7

468

167

152

177

64.316239

31.75

4

0.8

55.75

0.4

Dev-Carb

Bemis (1984, fig. 6)

Sarcopterygii: Dipnoi(3)

9

594

433

343

875

27.104377

31.75

4

0.571429

96.5

0.83083

Dev-Carb

Bemis (1984, fig. 8)

Sarcopterygii: Dipnoi(4)

7

375

192

164

278

48.8

1.25

4

0.8

2

0.75439

Dev-Carb

Maisey (1986, fig. 12)

Sarcopterygii: Dipnoi(5)

29

695

148

86

626

78.705036

31.75

23

0.851852

96.5

0.88518

Dev-Carb

Campbell and Barwick (1990, fig. 1)

Sarcopterygii: Dipnoi(6)

5

494

24

12

24

95.1417

100

2

0.666667

100

0

Dev

Chang & Smith (1992, fig. 11)

Sarcopterygii: Dipnoi(7)

8

568

34

22

58

94.014085

25.5

4

0.8

39

0.666667

Dev

Yu (1998, fig. 8)

Sarcopterygii: Rhipidistia

6

570

61

47

130

89.298246

3

3

0.75

5.5

0.83132

Dev

Vorobyeva and Schultze (1991, fig. 39)

Sarcopt.: Tristichopteridae

7

49

14

14

54

71.428571

0.5

5

1

0.5

1

Dev

Ahlberg & Johanson (1997, fig. 16)

Sarcopterygii: tetrapods(1)

7

149

113

113

187

24.161074

0.75

5

1

0.75

1

Dev

Lebedev & Coates (1995, fig. 19b)

Sarcopterygii: tetrapods(2)

7

406

32

32

82

92.118227

0.25

5

1

0.75

1

Dev

Ahlberg (1995, fig. 4)

Sarcopterygii: tetrapods(3)

11

905

37

37

275

95.911602

0.25

9

1

0.75

1

Dev-Carb

Ahlberg & Milner (1994, fig. 3)


References for assessed trees