## On the Quirks of Maximum Parsimony and Likelihood on Phylogenetic Networks

*Bryant, Christopher*;

*Fischer, Mareike*;

*Linz, Simone*;

*Semple, Charles*;

- Subject: 92E10, 92D15, 92B05 | Quantitative Biology - Populations and Evolution

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