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Re: Relationships between small terestrial elapids of Africa...


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Posted by WW on March 28, 2002 at 11:50:44:

In Reply to: Relationships between small terestrial elapids of Africa... posted by Jeremy on March 27, 2002 at 13:02:36:

Hi,

There was a nice paper by Slowinski & Keogh inthe journal Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution in 2001 - don't have the exact reference at hand.

Basically, as far as I recall, Aspidelaps and Paranaja group with other cobras, whereas Elapsoidea is pretty much out on its own, without closer affinties with anything else.

E-mail me and I will send you an Adobe Acrobat file of the paper when I get back to my office after Easter.

Cheers,

Wolfgang


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