The most recent JVP included a paper by Li et al. (2012) described a new “archosaur” from the marine Triassic of China, Diandongosuchus fuyuanensis. Their phylogenetic analysis, based on Nesbitt (2011) nested their find at the base of the poposauroidea. That was not confirmed by the large reptile tree. Rather Diandongosuchus nested at the base of the Phytosauria.
This was such an open-and-shut case that this poor nesting is a further indictment of the Nesbitt (2011) tree. More details on this very exciting discovery of a VERY basal phytosaur coming soon.
Li C, Wu X-C, Zhao L-J, Sato T and Wang LT 2012. A new archosaur (Diapsida, Archosauriformes) from the marine Triassic of China, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 32:5, 1064-1081.
Nesbitt SJ 2011. The early evolution of archosaurs: relationships and the origin of major clades. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 352: 292 pp.