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Some neozoologists also use biogeographic data to support their opinion regarding polarity within a morphocline. This approach is unreliable, however, as all organisms with either relict or continuous distributions are mosaics of different character states that range from primitive to advanced. Similarly, the fossil record for most groups of organisms is too incomplete to allow the assumption that relative stratigraphic position is necessarily indicative of morphocline polarity. It therefore seems to us that polarity, at least initially, should be determined on the basis of comparative morphology, even within such a well-documented series as Hyracotherium-to-Equus.
Evolutionary Biology: Volume 6 by Theodosius Dobzhansky, Max K. Hecht, William C. Steere