A. E. Sanders and J. H. Geisler 2015

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A. E. Sanders and J. H. Geisler. 2015. A new basal odontocete from the upper Rupelian of South Carolina, U.S.A., with contributions to the systematics of Xenorophus and Mirocetus (Mammalia, Cetacea). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology e890107 [M. Uhen/M. Uhen/P. Wagner]
Metadata
ID number:  54174
Created:  2015-01-27 11:55:20
Modified:  2015-11-17 13:41:55
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1080/02724634.2014.890107
Taxonomic opinions (11) - view classification
'Albertocetus meffordorum belongs to Albertocetus' according to A. E. Sanders and J. H. Geisler 2015
'Archaeodelphis belongs to Odontoceti' according to A. E. Sanders and J. H. Geisler 2015
'Ashleycetidae belongs to Odontoceti' according to A. E. Sanders and J. H. Geisler 2015
'Ashleycetus planicapitis belongs to Ashleycetus' according to A. E. Sanders and J. H. Geisler 2015
'Ashleycetus belongs to Ashleycetidae' according to A. E. Sanders and J. H. Geisler 2015
'Mirocetidae belongs to Odontoceti' according to A. E. Sanders and J. H. Geisler 2015
'Mirocetus riabinini belongs to Mirocetus' according to A. E. Sanders and J. H. Geisler 2015
'Mirocetus belongs to Mirocetidae' according to A. E. Sanders and J. H. Geisler 2015
'Xenorophidae belongs to Odontoceti' according to A. E. Sanders and J. H. Geisler 2015
'Xenorophus sloanii belongs to Xenorophus' according to A. E. Sanders and J. H. Geisler 2015
'Xenorophus belongs to Xenorophidae' according to A. E. Sanders and J. H. Geisler 2015
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