Data from: The generification of the fossil record

Jonathan R. Hendricks, Erin E. Saupe, Corinne E. Myers, Elizabeth J. Hermsen & Warren D. Allmon
Many modern paleobiological analyses are conducted at the generic level, a practice predicated on the validity of genera as meaningful proxies for species. Uncritical application of genera in such analyses, however, has led, perhaps inadvertently, to the unjustified reification of genera in an evolutionary context. While the utility of genera as proxies for species in evolutionary studies should be evaluated as an empirical issue, in practice it is increasingly assumed (rather than demonstrated) that genera...
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