Dear all,

I am analysing phylogenetic signal using Blomberg's K. For several of my traits 
(univariate, continuous), the signal strongly deviates both from random and 
from the Brownian Motion.


I am unsure how to interpret this. Can you give me some advice what this could 
mean?


Thanks a lot!


Florian


Dr. Florian Menzel
Department of Evolutionary Biology, Institute of Zoology
University of Mainz
Johannes-von-M´┐Żller-Weg 6
55128 Mainz, Germany
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