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Data on Mammal 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

Mammalia(1)

26

1443

358

102

1330

75.190575

2.25

10

0.43478

42.75

0.79153

Cret-Neog

Shoshani (1986, fig. 3)

Mammalia(2)

20

1198

389

102

1042

67.529215

2

6

0.33333

38.75

0.69468

Cret-Neog

Novacek et al. (1988, fig. 3.3)

Mammalia(3)

20

1198

302

102

1042

74.791319

0.5

8

0.44444

51.5

0.78723

Cret-Neog

Novacek (1989, fig. 3)

Mammalia(4)

6

465

119

59

119

74.408602

100

0

0

100

0

Tri-Jur

Butler (1997, fig. 3)

Mammalia(5)

9

519

259

146

741

50.096339

100

4

0.571429

14.5

0.810084

Tri-Cret

Greenwald (1988, fig. 4)

Mammalia(6)

9

427

172

128

526

59.71897

2

4

0.571429

9

0.889447

Tri-Rec

Wang et al. (1998, fig. 7)

Mammalia-Paurodontidae

5

113

11

11

44

90.265487

17

3

1

17

1

Jur

Ensom & Sigogneau-Russell (1998, fig. 14)

Marsupialia(1)

17

568

364

139

1567

35.915493

2

6

0.4

3

0.842437

Cret-Pleist

Szalay & Trofimov (1996, fig. 25)

Marsupialia(2)

9

320

56

47

266

82.5

1

6

0.857143

1

0.958904

Cret-Paleoc

Wible (1990, fig. 6)

Marsupialia-Phalangeriformes

8

150

69

24

82

54

51

1

0.166667

100

0.224138

Olig-Rec

Springer & Woodburne (1989, fig. 3A)

Marsupialia-Phalangeriformes

8

150

82

24

82

45.333333

100

0

0

100

0

Olig-Rec

Springer & Woodburne (1989, fig. 3B)

Marsupialia-Phalangeriformes

8

150

82

24

82

45.333333

100

0

0

100

0

Olig-Rec

Springer & Woodburne (1989, fig. 3C)

Marsupialia-Phalangeriformes

8

150

82

24

82

45.333333

100

2

0.333333

64

0

Olig-Rec

Springer & Woodburne (1989, fig. 3D)

Marsupialia-Thylacinidae

12

61

92

21

131

-50.819672

27

5

0.5

26.5

0.354545

Mioc-Rec

Muirhead & Wroe (1998, fig. 5)

Eutheria(1)

17

936

236

73

475

74.786325

28.75

7

0.46667

78.5

0.59453

Paleog-Neog

Gregory (1910; in Novacek et al. 1988, fig. 3.1(a))

Eutheria(2)

16

926

219

48

402

76.349892

45.25

4

0.28571

86.25

0.51695

Paleog-Neog

Simpson (1945; in Novacek et al. 1988, fig. 3.1(b))

Eutheria(3)

18

996

275

73

498

72.389558

32.75

8

0.47059

36.25

0.52471

Paleog-Neog

McKenna (1975; in Novacek et al. 1988, fig. 3.2(a))

Eutheria(4)

18

996

298

73

498

70.080321

71

4

0.25

100

0.47059

Paleog-Neog

Novacek (1982; in Novacek et al. 1988, fig. 3.2(b))

Eutheria(5)

18

996

291

73

498

70.783133

58.5

4

0.25

98.25

0.48706

Paleog-Neog

Novacek & Wyss (1986; in Novacek et al. 1988, fig. 3.4A)

Eutheria(6)

24

1241

329

73

612

73.489122

79.75

8

0.38095

88.25

0.52505

Paleog-Neog

Shoshani (1986, fig. 3)

Eutheria(7)

18

986

395

73

473

59.939148

78

4

0.25

96

0.195

Paleog-Neog

Novacek et al. (1988, fig. 3.3)

Eutheria(8)

18

996

273

73

498

72.590361

72.5

6

0.375

98.5

0.52941

Paleog-Neog

Novacek (1989, fig. 3)

Edentata

5

217

31

31

41

85.714286

7.25

3

1

7.25

1

Paleog-Neog

Gaudin (1995, fig. 1)

Edentata-Tardigrada

21

83

257

35

531

-209.63855

18

10

0.52632

25.5

0.55242

Paleog-Neog

Gaudin (1995, fig. 2)

Insectivora

15

476

273

72

470

42.647059

22

5

0.41667

25.75

0.49497

Paleog-Neog

Butler (1988, fig. 5.6)

Mesonychia

10

73

15

15

84

79.452055

6.75

8

1

16.5

1

Paleog

Zhou et al. (1995, fig. 7)

Pantodonta-Coryphodontidae

5

66

4

4

16

93.939394

22.5

3

1

22.5

1

Paleoc-Eoc

Lucas & Tong (1987, fig. 7)

Plesiadapiformes-Micromomyini

5

28

NAN(000)

4

4

85.714286

100

3

1

42.5

NAN(000)

Paleoc-Eoc

Beard & Houde (1989, fig. 7)

Primates(1)

7

218

114

60

147

47.706422

27

3

0.6

4.5

0.37931

Paleog-Neog

Pocock (1918; in Andrews 1988, fig. 6.2B)

Primates(2)

5

157

106

56

123

32.484076

100

1

0.33333

100

0.25373

Paleog-Neog

Simpson (1945; in Andrews 1988, fig. 6.2A)

Primates(3)

7

209

112

65

156

46.411483

24

2

0.4

100

0.48352

Paleog-Neog

Gingerich (1975; in Andrews 1988, fig. 6.2C)

Primates(4)

6

187

133

65

168

28.877005

56.75

2

0.5

52.75

0.33981

Paleog-Neog

Schwartz & Tattersall (1987; in Andrews 1988, fig. 6.2D)

Primates(5)

6

187

133

65

168

28.877005

56.75

2

0.5

52.75

0.33981

Paleog-Neog

Andrews (1988, figs. 6.3, 6.4)

Primates(6)

11

342

167

65

254

51.169591

14.75

3

0.33333

68.25

0.46032

Paleog-Neog

Andrews (1988, figs. 6.3, 6.4)

Primates-Washakiini

14

129

20

14

20

84.496124

100

12

1

27.5

0

Eoc

Honey (1990, fig. 6)

Primates-Platyrrhini(1)

16

0

NAN(000)

0

0

NAN(000)

26

14

1

100

NAN(000)

Hol-Rec

Ford & Morgan (1986, fig. 3)

Primates-Platyrrhini(2)

16

0

NAN(000)

0

0

NAN(000)

26

14

1

100

NAN(000)

Hol-Rec

Ford & Morgan (1986, fig. 3)

Rodentia(1)

5

202

27

21

39

86.633663

60.5

2

0.66667

51.5

0.66667

Paleog

Jaeger (1988, fig. 7.2)

Rodentia(2)

5

191

8

4

8

95.811518

100

2

0.66667

29.75

0

Paleog

Jaeger (1988, fig. 7.3A)

Rodentia(3)

5

191

8

4

8

95.811518

100

2

0.66667

66.75

0

Paleog

Jaeger (1988, fig. 7.3C)

Rodentia(4)

7

276

35

25

43

87.318841

11.25

3

0.6

26.75

0.44444

Paleog

Jaeger (1988, fig. 7.3B)

Rodentia-Geomorpha(1)

5

165

17

7

17

89.69697

100

1

0.33333

91.5

0

Paleog

Korth (1993, fig. 3)

Rodentia-Geomorpha(2)

5

182

47

21

47

74.175824

100

1

0.333333

91.5

0

Eoc-Olig

Korth et al. (1991, fig. 3)

Rodentia-Hydrochoeridae

13

41

98

23

210

-139.02439

8

5

0.454545

16.5

0.59893

Mioc-Rec

Prado et al. (1998, fig. 9A)

Rodentia-Hydrochoeridae

13

41

98

23

210

-139.02439

10

5

0.454545

17

0.59893

Mioc-Rec

Prado et al. (1998, fig. 9B)

Rodentia-Hydrochoeridae

13

41

98

23

210

-139.02439

9

5

0.454545

17

0.59893

Mioc-Rec

Prado et al. (1998, fig. 9C)

Rodentia-Hystricomorpha

9

282

87

46

138

69.148936

3.25

4

0.57143

28.5

0.55435

Paleog-Neog

Jaeger (1988, fig. 7.1)

Rodentia-Microtus

10

24

14

5

26

41.666667

52

6

0.75

39

0.571429

Pli-Rec

Martin (1987, fig. 4)

Rodentia-Mimomys

7

26

5

5

30

80.769231

13.5

5

1

13.5

1

Mioc-Pli

Mou (1997, fig. 5)

Rodentia-Phyllotini

20

9

47

5

89

-422.22222

79

8

0.444444

80.5

0.5

Pli-Rec

Steppan & Pardiñas (1998, fig. 5)

Rodentia-Pleurolocus

4

28

NAN(000)

0

0

100

100

2

1

100

NAN(000)

Mioc

Korth (1996, fig. 2)

Rodentia-Sciuridae

5

33

30

23

30

9.090909

100

2

0.666667

100

0

Mioc-Rec

Pratt & Morgan (1989, fig. 2)

Rodentia-Sigmodontinae

8

4

8

2

12

-100

47.5

3

0.5

57

0.4

Pleist-Rec

Steppan (1996, fig. 4A)

Rodentia-Sigmodontinae

8

4

6

2

12

-50

22

3

0.5

22

0.6

Pleist-Rec

Steppan (1996, fig. 4B)

Rodentia-Thryonomyoidea

11

77

53

33

189

31.168831

2

5

0.555556

6

0.871795

Olig-Rec

Winkler (1992, fig. 6)

Arctocyonidae

7

54

54

18

54

0

100

2

0.4

96

0

Cret-Eoc

Luo (1991, fig. 15A)

Arctocyonidae

7

54

45

18

54

16.666667

64.5

3

0.6

26

0.25

Cret-Eoc

Luo (1991, fig. 15B)

Arctocyonidae

7

54

54

18

54

0

100

2

0.4

91

0

Cret-Eoc

Luo (1991, fig. 15C)

Creodonta-Hyaenodontidae

16

206

117

42

274

43.203883

0.5

9

0.642857

3.5

0.676724

Paleoc-Mioc

Polly (1996, fig. 10)

Creodonta-Proviverrini

13

153

112

49

287

26.797386

0.5

8

0.727273

1

0.735294

Paleoc-Mioc

Barry (1988, fig. 5)

Creodonta-Proviverrini

13

153

142

49

287

7.189542

3

5

0.454545

26.5

0.609244

Paleoc-Mioc

Barry (1988, fig. 6)

Creodonta-Proviverrini

13

153

112

49

287

26.797386

0.5

8

0.727273

26.5

0.735294

Paleoc-Mioc

Barry (1988, fig. 7A)

Creodonta-Proviverrini

13

153

118

49

287

22.875817

0.5

7

0.636364

2.5

0.710084

Paleoc-Mioc

Barry (1988, fig. 7B)

Carnivora(1)

16

465

161

37

360

65.376344

0.5

5

0.35714

29.75

0.6161

Paleog-Neog

Flynn et al. (1988, fig. 4.2)

Carnivora(2)

6

222

56

25

98

74.774775

13

2

0.5

55.5

0.57534

Paleog

Flynn et al. (1988, fig. 4.6A)

Carnivora(3)

6

222

56

25

98

74.774775

19.75

1

0.25

68.25

0.57534

Paleog

Flynn et al. (1988, fig. 4.6B)

Carnivora-Barbourfelinae

8

45

13

13

72

71.111111

1.5

6

1

1.5

1

Mioc

Geraads & Güleç (1997, fig. 2)

Carnivora-Caniformia

5

159

26

16

36

83.647799

29.75

2

0.66667

17.5

0.5

Paleog-Neog

Flynn et al. (1988, fig. 4.4)

Carnivora-Chasmaporthetes

5

28

5

5

20

82.142857

15.5

3

1

15.5

1

Mioc-Pleist

Berta (1981, fig. 12)

Carnivora-Felinae

6

9

15

5

21

-66.666667

50.5

2

0.5

35.5

0.375

Pli-Rec

Van Valkenburgh et al. (1990, fig. 15)

Carnivora-Musteloidea

4

71

42

30

67

40.84507

16

1

0.5

53

0.675676

Olig-Pli

Wang (1997, fig. 9)

Carnivora-Pinnipedia(1)

5

71

26

13

38

63.380282

46.75

1

0.33333

63

0.48

Paleog-Neog

Berta (1994, fig. 6)

Carnivora-Pinnipedia(2)

9

71

26

19

127

63.380282

46.75

6

0.85714

63

0.93518

Paleog-Neog

Kohno (1994, fig. 5)

Carnivora-Pinnipedia(3)

5

87

32

13

32

63.218391

100

1

0.333333

69

0

Olig-Mioc

Berta & Ray (1990, fig. 6)

Carnivora-Procyoninae(1)

10

92

40

23

95

56.521739

1.5

8

1

1

0.763889

Mioc-Rec

Baskin (1982, fig. 14)

Carnivora-Procyoninae(2)

8

70

26

13

60

62.857143

6

4

0.666667

19.5

0.723404

Mioc-Rec

Baskin (1989, fig. 3)

Ungulata(1)

12

243

59

36

114

75.720165

4

7

0.7

20

0.705128

Paleoc-Olig

Thewissen & Domning (1992, fig. 1)

Ungulata(2)

11

367

61

36

107

83.378747

1

3

0.333333

48.5

0.647887

Paleoc-Olig

Thewissen & Domning (1992, fig. 2)

Ungulata(3)

6

310

51

15

51

83.548387

100

0

0

100

0

Paleoc-Eoc

Court (1990, fig. 4A)

Ungulata(3)

6

310

42

15

51

86.451613

100

1

0.25

100

0.25

Paleoc-Eoc

Court (1990, fig. 4B)

Ungulata(4)

21

674

111

32

369

83.531157

0.25

15

0.78947

17

0.76558

Paleog

Prothero et al. (1988, fig. 8.1)

Toxodontia-Notohippidae

18

170

91

37

493

46.470588

3.5

9

0.6

3

0.881579

Paleoc-Mioc

Shockey (1997, fig. 7)

Notoungulata-Pachyrukhinae

8

80

35

30

135

56.25

2.5

3

0.5

85.5

0.952381

Olig-Pleist

Cerdeño & Bond (1998, fig. 11A)

Notoungulata-Pachyrukhinae

8

80

35

30

135

56.25

2.5

3

0.5

85.5

0.952381

Olig-Pleist

Cerdeño & Bond (1998, fig. 11B)

Notoungulata-Pachyrukhinae

8

80

60

30

135

25

10

3

0.5

90

0.714286

Olig-Pleist

Cerdeño & Bond (1998, fig. 11C)

Perissodactyla(1)

18

421

35

21

35

91.686461

100

16

1

6.5

0

Paleog

Hooker (1989, figs. 6.5, 6.6)

Perissodactyla(2)

16

397

39

21

45

90.176322

31.75

10

0.71429

99.25

0.25

Paleog

Prothero & Schoch (1989, fig. 28.2)

Perissodactyla(3)

6

132

60

45

129

54.545455

10.5

3

0.75

12.5

0.821429

Eoc-Pli

Hermanson & MacFadden (1996, fig. 5)

Perisso.-Brontotheriidae

12

68

37

21

154

45.588235

38.25

9

0.9

56.75

0.8797

Paleog

Mader (1989, fig. 25.3)

Perisso.-Chalicotheriidae

11

103

63

37

166

38.834951

100

6

0.66667

2.5

0.79845

Paleog-Neog

Coombs (1989, fig. 24.1)

Perisso.-Chalicotheriinae

8

59

24

18

52

59.322034

1

4

0.66667

5.5

0.82353

Neog

Coombs (1989, fig. 24.3)

Perisso.-Equidae(1)

4

47

13

13

20

72.340426

15

2

1

15

1

Mioc

Hermanson & MacFadden (1992, fig. 5)

Perisso.-Equidae(2)

19

197

77

51

614

60.913706

58.25

14

0.82353

65.75

0.95382

Paleog-Neog

Evander (1989, fig. 8.1)

Perisso.-Equinae(1)

13

123

30

18

107

75.609756

7.75

10

0.90909

2.25

0.86517

Neog

Matthew (1926; in Hulbert 1989, fig. 11.1A)

Perisso.-Equinae(2)

16

143

30

18

134

79.020979

2.5

13

0.92857

2.5

0.89655

Neog

Stirton (1940; in Hulbert 1989, fig. 11.1B)

Perisso.-Equinae(3)

14

131

35

11

35

73.282443

100

11

0.91667

17

0

Neog

Quinn (1955; in Hulbert 1989, fig. 11.1C)

Perisso.-Equinae(4)

24

216

94

18

196

56.481481

18

17

0.77273

20.5

0.57303

Neog

Hulbert (1989, fig. 11.2)

Perisso.-Equini(1)

5

14

10

10

31

28.571429

8

2

0.666667

22.5

1

Mioc-Rec

MacFadden & Azzaroli (1987, fig. 6)

Perisso.-Equini(2)

15

62

35

14

121

43.548387

3.5

10

0.769231

1.5

0.803738

Mioc-Pleist

Prado & Alberdi (1996, fig. 7)

Perisso.-Equini(3)

8

40

13

8

23

67.5

14.5

6

1

3.5

0.666667

Mioc-Pleist

MacFadden (1997, fig. 15)

Perisso.-Hipparionini

11

61

6

6

60

90.163934

12

9

1

12

1

Mioc

Bernor et al. (1988, fig. 10)

Perisso.-Hyracodontidae

5

84

27

27

71

67.857143

1.75

3

1

1.75

1

Paleog

Lucas & Sobus (1989, fig. 19.8)

Perisso.-Rhinocerotoidea(1)

4

94

35

27

35

62.765957

100

1

0.5

86

0

Eoc

Holbrook & Lucas (1997, fig. 10)

Perisso.-Rhinocerotoidea(2)

5

148

24

8

24

83.783784

100

2

0.66667

78

0

Paleog

Heissig (1989, fig. 21.3)

Perisso.-Tapiridae

10

119

45

33

221

62.184874

0.5

7

0.875

0.5

0.93617

Eoc-Mioc

Albright (1998, fig. 12)

Perisso.-Tapiroidea

16

206

82

56

228

60.194175

1

10

0.71429

0.5

0.84884

Paleog-Neog

Schoch (1989, fig. 15.1)

Artiodactyla

26

683

187

40

288

72.620791

9.25

16

0.66667

13

0.40726

Paleog-Neog

Gentry & Hooker (1988, fig. 9.8)

Artiodactyla-Camthumerycini

5

48

7

7

21

85.416667

9.5

3

1

9.5

1

Mioc

Bonis et al. (1997, fig. 5)

Artiodactyla-Lagomerycidae

6

209

466

466

818

-122.96651

9.5

4

1

9.5

1

Olig-Mioc

Azanza & Ginsburg (1997, fig. 13)

Artiodactyla-Protoceratidae

6

45

34

34

98

24.444444

20.5

4

1

17.5

1

Eoc-Pli

Webb (1981, fig. 5)

Artiodactyla-Ruminantia(1)

19

387

129

40

376

66.666667

0.2

10

0.588235

0.4

0.735119

Eoc-Mioc

Janis & Scott (1988, fig. 10.1)

Artiodactyla-Ruminantia(2)

13

37

52.56

6.5

0.5

10.5

Paleog-Neog

Gentry & Hooker (1988, fig. 9.10)

Artiodactyla-Ruminantia(3)

13

221

84

21

188

61.99095

8

5

0.454545

12.5

0.622754

Eoc-Olig

Janis (1987, fig. 10)

Cetacea(1)

18

176

101

50

547

42.613636

8

9

0.5625

4

0.897384

Eoc-Rec

Luo & Marsh (1996, fig. 2)

Desmostylia

8

62

26

13

38

58.064516

17

5

0.833333

15.5

0.48

Olig-Mioc

Clark (1991, fig. 6)

Sirenia(1)

13

106

49

42

227

53.773585

0.5

9

0.818182

0.5

0.962162

Eoc-Rec

Bajpaj & Domning (1997, fig. 6)

Sirenia-Rytiodontinae

6

53

12

6

24

77.358491

23.5

3

0.75

23.5

0.666667

Olig-Mioc

Domning (1989, fig. 6)

Proboscidea(1)

18

178

98

48

504

44.94382

56.75

10

0.625

52.75

0.89035

Paleog-Neog

Tassy & Shoshani (1988, figs. 11.5, 11.8)

Proboscidea(2)

5

93

32

16

32

65.591398

100

2

0.66667

67.75

0

Paleog-Neog

Court (1995, fig. 8)


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