Taylor-Evitt tabulation model

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The tabulation model proposed in Evitt (1985) and based upon the Taylor tabulation model. It comprises a prepolar plate and five latitudinal series of primary plates, so arranged that only triple junctions (and no quadruple junctions) occur. From anterior to posterior there are: three polar plates, six preequatorial plates, six equatorial plates, six postequatorial plates, and three antipolar plates. See also Taylor-Evitt tabulation system. Refer to Text-Figure 17A-C.