Your other post was very disappointing. Not one of the forms you presented can be documented as ancestral to another. If they are in any way transitional, then why do they exhibit so many other independent features? They are so obviously different that they have been properly relegated to distinct genera. These do not represent transitional forms, but rather independent and discrete expressions which imperfectly failed to realize the mammalian ideal represented by a common dentary and three auditory ossicles.
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