Mikko's Phylogeny Archive
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The project is aimed at collecting phylogenetic trees of all organisms. Each page presents a cladogram that is hyperlinked to its parent and daughter cladograms, plus a section for references. Taxa of uncertain relationship are indicated by a question mark. No indication is given for what part of the cladogram is based on which specific references.
Although the Archive has been hosted by the Finnish Museum of the Natural History and now the University of Helsinki's servers, the museum has no formal affiliation with it. Haaramo points out that the site is a private project, is not peer-reviewed, and should not be used as a scientific reference.
As of 11 May 2006, Mikko's Phylogeny Archive contains nearly 4,600 pages, most of them cladograms or taxonomic listings. Together with Palaeos and the Paleobiology Database it provides a near comprehensive listing of many groups, genera and species of extinct organisms, along with recent taxa.
While Haaramo had the intention of keeping the site alive and updated, he has found little time for that, and the site was last updated 9 January 2012.
- Haaramo, Mikko (2007). "Mikko's Phylogeny Archive". Retrieved 4 October 2007.