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Wilson & Reeder, eds. (2005): Comments: Groves (1982) and Flannery et al. (1995b) divided the genus into a plesiomorphic group (D. lumholtzi, D. inustus) and a derived group, among which D. dorianus and D. scottae, and perhaps D. mbaiso, are the most strongly derived. D. bennettianus occupies an isolated position in the genus