Three living species X, Y, and Z share a common ancestor T, as do extinct species U and V. A grouping that consists of species T, X, Y, and Z (but not U or V) makes up
a. a monophyletic taxon.
b. an ingroup, with species U as the outgroup.
c. a paraphyletic group.
d. a polyphyletic group.
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