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- B. C. Livezey and R. L. Zusi. 2007. Higher-order phylogeny of modern birds (Theropoda, Aves: Neornithes) based on comparative anatomy. II. Analysis and discussion. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 149(1):1-95
- Chubb, A. L. 2004. New nuclear evidence for the oldest divergence among neognath birds: The phylogenetic utility of ZENK (i). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 30:140-151.
- Cracraft, J. and J. Clarke. 2001. The basal clades of modern birds. Pages 143-156 in New Perspectives on the Origin and Early Evolution of Birds: Proceedings of the International Symposium In Honor of John H. Ostrom. J. Gauthier and L. F. Gall, eds. Yale University Press, New Haven.
- Cracraft, J., F. K. Barker, M. J. Braun, J. Harshman, G. Dyke, J. Feinstein, S. Stanley, A. Cibois, P. Schikler, P. Beresford, J. García-Moreno, M. D. Sorenson, T. Yuri, and D. P. Mindell. 2004. Phylogenetic Relationships Among Modern Birds (Neornithes): Toward an Avian Tree of Life. Pp 468-489 in Cracraft, J. and M. J. Donoghue (eds.), Assembling the Tree of Life. Oxford University Press, New York.
- Eo, S. H., O. R. P. Bininda-Emonds, and J. P. Carroll. 2009. A phylogenetic supertree of fowls (Galloanserae, Aves). Zoologica Scripta, doi:10.1111/j.1463-6409.2008.00382.x
- Ericson, P. G. P., T. Parsons, and U. S. Johansson. 2001. Morphological and molecular support for nonmonophyly of the Galloanserae. Pages 157-168 in New Perspectives on the Origin and Early Evolution of Birds: Proceedings of the International Symposium In Honor of John H. Ostrom. J. Gauthier and L. F. Gall, eds. Yale University Press, New Haven.
- Sorenson, M. D., E. Oneal, J. García-Moreno, and D. P. Mindell. 2003. More taxa, more characters: The hoatzin problem is still unresolved. Molecular Biology and Evolution 20:1484-1499.
- Zusi, R. L. and B. C. Livezey. 2000. Homology and phylogenetic implications of some enigmatic cranial features in galliform and anseriform birds. Annals of Carnegie Museum 69:157-193.
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