- Reassessment of homology of morphological characters in tetractinellid sponges based on molecular data--- Catherine Chombard, Nicole Boury-Esnault, and Simon Tillier
- Data sets, partitions, and characters: philosophies and procedures for analyzing multiple data sets--- J. William O. Ballard, Margaret K. Thayer, Alfred F. Newton, Jr., and Elizabeth R. Grismer
- The accuracy of methods for coding and sampling higher-level taxa for phylogenetic analysis: a simulation study--- John J. Wiens
- Generalizing phylogenetic parsimony from the tree to the forest--- Allan W. Dickerman
- Testing phylogenetic methods with tree congruence: phylogenetic analysis of polymorphic
morphological characters in phrynosomatid lizards--- John J. Wiens
- Weighted ancestral area analysis and a solution of the redundant distribution problem--- Bernhard Hausdorf
- The phylogenetic position of the dusky rat-kangaroo and the evolution of bipedal hopping in kangaroos (Macropodidae: Diprotodontia)--- Angela Burk, Michael Westerman, and Mark Springer
- Incongruence between morphological and mitochondrial-DNA characters suggests hybrid origins of parthenogenic weevil lineages (Genus Aramigus)--- Benjamin Normark and Analia A. Lanteri
POINTS OF VIEW
- Archiving molecular phylogenetic alignments as NEXUS files--- Bernard L. Cohen, Jonathan A. Sheps, and Mark Wilkinson
- Properties of matrix representation with parsimony analyses--- Olaf R. P. Bininda-Emonds and Harold N. Bryant
- Why morphometrics is not special: coding quantitative data for phylogenetic analysis--- Donald L. Swiderski, Miriam Leah Zelditch, and William L. Fink
- Systematic bias in phylogenetic analysis: is the Strepsiptera problem solved?--- John P. Huelsenbeck
Michael R. Rose and George V. Lauder (eds.) ---Reviewed by Alan de Queiroz
- Ancient Marine Reptiles, Jack M. Callaway and Elizabeth L. Nicholls (eds.) ---Reviewed by John W. Merck, Jr.
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