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Mathematical conditions which showed where parsimony was not consistent for four taxa were first introduced by Felsenstein in 1978. This was subsequently labelled the "Felsenstein zone". Following Felsenstein's findings, 'frequentists' conjectured that for five taxa there would also be a region in parameter space where parsimony is not consistent. In response, 'cladists' claimed that parsimony was consistent in a different region of parameter space, which is called the "Farris zone". However,doi:10.20381/ruor-26115 fatcat:2t3h3tcmpvd7tdxxv6zofdqofu