M. D. Uhen 1996

Full reference
M. D. Uhen. 1996. Dorudon atrox (Mammalia, Cetacea): Form, Function, and Phylogenetic Relationships of an archaeocete from the late middle Eocene of Egypt. University of Michigan 1-608 [M. Uhen/M. Uhen]
Metadata
ID number:  25265
Created:  2007-09-05 08:58:29
Modified:  2007-09-05 10:58:29
Publication type:  Ph.D. thesis
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (6) - view classification
'Archaeoceti belongs to Cetacea' according to M. D. Uhen 1996
'Basilosauridae belongs to Archaeoceti' according to M. D. Uhen 1996
'Dorudon serratus belongs to Dorudon' according to M. D. Uhen 1996
'Dorudon belongs to Dorudontinae' according to M. D. Uhen 1996
'Dorudontidae was reranked as the subfamily Dorudontinae and belongs to Basilosauridae' according to M. D. Uhen 1996
'Prozeuglodon atrox is recombined as Dorudon atrox' according to M. D. Uhen 1996