Evolutionists have all the evidence they need in genes and morphology to draw the one true tree of life. Or do they?
Darwinian evolution predicts a gradually branching tree of living forms, with one form shading into another over long periods of evolution.
Explosions of new life forms followed by stasis are emphatically not what evolution expects to find, but it is what paleontologists do find.
Last but not least, there is this gem: In 1986 strange mushroom-shaped deep-sea animals were collected offshore South Australia.
In my new contribution, I restrict myself to important facets of the historical side of plant gall research.