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Uniform Title Bau und Leben der Rhinogradentia. English Author Steiner, Gerolf. Edition [1st ed. Physical Description xxiv, 92 p. Subjects Animals -- Anecdotes. Animals -- Humor.
The Snouters - Form and life of the Rhinogrades by Harald Stümpke
Notes Bibliography: p. Translation of: Bau und Leben der Rhinogradentia.
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And sometimes, characters obvious in several species are not known from others. For example, eye color is meaningless when considering eye-less animals, but if only one species in your analysis lacks eyes, then you need that character information for the other species. Another problem occurs when especially in paleontology an organism is only incompletely known.
In principle, however, one needs only determine all the character states for a suite of characters for each organism in an analysis. In the above case, if we look only at characters , one can see that horses and cows are very similar and related to each other, as are trout and croco-stimpies.
But add character 6, and you can see that croco-stimpies are more similar to horses and cows than to trout, thus, one could infer that trout evolved into croco-stimpies which then evolved into horses and cows. The problem is that the students have to come up with their own characters and character states.