Definitions for "Cladogram"
A dendrogram depicting the hypothesised branching order of a number of sequences. Cladograms do not give any indication of temporal change, unlike a phylogram which does.
A graphic representation that portrays or attempts to portray the evolutionary relationships among a number of populations, species, or higher taxa.
A tree that depicts inferred historical branching relationships among entities. Unless otherwise stated, the depicted branch lengths in a cladogram are arbitrary; only the branching order is significant.
Keywords:  manuport, stratigraphy
Manuport Stratigraphy