Dear Group,

I would like to bring to your attention a publication in course that I have 
just uploaded on the BioRxiv server. It is a direct extract of a chapter in my 
recently defended PhD dissertation:

"Morphological variation in Blommersia pelvic shape coincides with muscular 
architecture and parallels genus phylogenetic evolution"

I believe the manuscript may be the first time the Generalized Procrustes 
Surface Analysis (GPSA; Pomidor et al., 2016) has been successfully applied to 
a biological hypothesis. In any case, I would like to have feedback on the 
interpretation of the results from the experts of the Morphmet community. The 
article will be sent to peer review once the formal description of a couple of 
the species used have been published.

Any and all feedback are welcome as comments on the BioRxiv server or directly 
to me by email. Thank you in advance, and I hope you find the study interesting 

Best wishes,
Javier H. Santos-Santos

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