Hi folks,

I signal this new article that is in "online first" in Palaeogeography,
Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. We analyzed mandible's phenotypes and
extinction rates starting from a new composite phylogeny that is an update
of a previous effort (Piras et al 2013) and that includes 157 valid taxa
(later pruned to include only those taxa for which mandible' phenotypes
were available).

Piras P.,  Silvestro D., Carotenuto, F., Castiglione S., Kotsakis T.,
Maiorino L., Melchionna M., Mondanaro A., Sansalone G., Serio C., Vero
V.A., Raia P. Evolution of the sabertooth mandible: a deadly
ecomorphological specialization. In press.  Palaeogeography,
Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.


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