Tree Of Life Controversy Boxes

Ch 1 Deuterostome relationships 8

Genes and brains 13

Ch 2 Classification 33

Ch 3 Basal vertebrate relationships 41

Sarcopterygian relationships 68

Ch 4 Phylogeny of the Devonian tetrapods 80

Relationships of the basal tetrapods 98

Ch 5 Relationships of early amniotes 113

Relationships of the synapsid groups 122

Ch 6 Archosaur diversification 138

Ch 7 Chondrichthyan relationships 165

Relationships ofNeopterygii 178

Ch 8 Relationships of the dinosaurs 213

Relationships ofMesozoic reptiles 232

The origin ofsnakes 241

Relationships of the basal birds 266

Neognath relationships 279

Ch 10 Jaw joint to middle ear 294

Relationships of the Mesozoic mammals 300

The phylogeny of placental mammals 324

Ch 11 Relationships of the basal primates 367

Relationships of apes and humans 372

Human relationships 376

African Eve 387

EXCEPTIONAL FOSSIL(S) OR FAUNAS BOXES

Ch 1 The Chengjiang fossil site 9

Ch 2 Geological time 26

Ch 3 The arthrodires from Gogo 56

Old Red Sandstone fishes of Scotland 63

Psarolepis and the origin of bony fishes 65

Ch 4 Tetrapods of the volcanic springs 86

The Nyrany tetrapod communities 92

Ch 5 The Bromacker locality 116

Therapsids of the Karoo 131

Ch 6 The Elgin reptiles 148

Ch 7 The age of sharks 160

Cretaceous jaws! 168

Semionotid species flocks 177

The Green River fishes of Wyoming 183

Ch 8 African dinosaurs and continental movements 194

Dinosaurs with feathers 199

Hairs and fibres 227

Ch 9 The wonderful birds ofLiaoning 269

Ch 10 The first placental mammal 311

Giant ground sloth dung: a new kind of data dump? 319

The Fort Union Formation of the Crazy Mountain Basin 330

The Messel Oil Shales—total preservation of mammalian fossils 337

Ch 11 Anthropoids out of Africa or Asia? 369

BIOMECHANICS AND BEHAVIOUR BOXES

Ch 2 Walking with Dinosaurs 23

Ch 3 Biology of the cephalaspids 52

Ch 4 How many fingers and toes? 83

Ch 5 Dicynodont diets 128

Ch 6 Archosaur hindlimb evolution and posture 143

Ch 7 Jaws and feeding in bonyfishes 174

Ch 8 The necks of sauropods 204

Cheeks and chewing in ornithopods 207

Baby dinosaurs 222

Giant crocodile from Africa 238

Ch 9 Giant horse-eating birds of the Eocene 281

Ch 10 Tooth occlusion 293

The replacement ofperissodactyls by artiodactyls 343

The cave lion comes to life 350

The largest rodent ever 358

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