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The current classification and structure doesn't support a largers system where the furians are more related to eachother than to anything else, and the enhaims are sister to the furians
 
The current classification and structure doesn't support a largers system where the furians are more related to eachother than to anything else, and the enhaims are sister to the furians
 
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There is only one enhaim, and only the larvae looks like a cell. Also, by the looks, it could perfectly be an inchthyostegalian or even a kharavasaur.
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There is only one enhaim, and only the larvae looks like a cell. Also, by the looks, it could perfectly be an ichthyostegalian or even a kharavasaur.

Latest revision as of 17:12, May 27, 2018

Opdagon wrote:

Ghelæ wrote: All of your points support that Furia's description is, at best, that of a higher-level taxon, and its species should be split out across different families.

The current classification and structure doesn't support a largers system where the furians are more related to eachother than to anything else, and the enhaims are sister to the furians

There is only one enhaim, and only the larvae looks like a cell. Also, by the looks, it could perfectly be an ichthyostegalian or even a kharavasaur.

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