E. B. Lander and E. H. Lindsay 2011

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E. B. Lander and E. H. Lindsay. 2011. Merychyus calaminthus (Mammalia, Artiodactyla, Oreodontidae) of probable early late Arikareean (late Oligocene to late early Miocene) age from the lower part of the Chalk Canyon Formation, Maricopa and Yavapai counties, central Arizona. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31(1):215-226 [J. Marcot/J. Marcot/M. Uhen]
Metadata
ID number:  51640
Created:  2014-06-10 21:33:45
Modified:  2017-12-28 15:00:30
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1080/02724634.2011.539645
Taxonomic opinions (9) - view classification
'Artiodactyla was reranked as a order and belongs to Mammalia' according to E. B. Lander and E. H. Lindsay 2011
'Merychyus calaminthus belongs to Merychyus' according to E. B. Lander and E. H. Lindsay 2011
'Merychyus crabilli is a subjective synonym of Merychyus calaminthus' according to E. B. Lander and E. H. Lindsay 2011
'Merychyus jahnsi is a subjective synonym of Merychyus calaminthus' according to E. B. Lander and E. H. Lindsay 2011
'Merychyus belongs to Ticholeptinae' according to E. B. Lander and E. H. Lindsay 2011
'Oreodontidae belongs to Artiodactyla' according to E. B. Lander and E. H. Lindsay 2011
'Oreodontoides (Paroreodon) stocki is a subjective synonym of Paroreodon parvus' according to E. B. Lander and E. H. Lindsay 2011
'Paroreodon marshi is a subjective synonym of Paroreodon parvus' according to E. B. Lander and E. H. Lindsay 2011
'Ticholeptinae belongs to Oreodontidae' according to E. B. Lander and E. H. Lindsay 2011
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