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Archie (1989) , Faith (1990) , and Faith and Cranston (1991) devised a test for phylogenetic structure in character data sets, which Faith and Cranston called the permutation tail probability (PTP) test. Faith (1991) introduced a re nement intended to test the strength of support for monophyly of individual clades, which he called the topologydependent permutation tail probability (T-PTP) test. Faith presented a priori and a posteriori forms of the test; here, I will discuss the a priori test.doi:10.1080/10635150121530 pmid:12116932 fatcat:scvjmzatcrexregf4hxreth2sm