H. Haubold and S. G. Lucas 2003

Full reference
H. Haubold and S. G. Lucas. 2003. Tetrapod footprints of the Lower Permian Choza Formation at Castle Peak, Texas. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 77(2):247-261 [A. Dunhill/B. Allen]
Metadata
ID number:  67284
Created:  2018-11-02 14:22:07
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (12) - view classification
'Dromopus palmatus belongs to Dromopus' according to Moodie 1929
'Erpetopus willistoni belongs to Erpetopus' according to Moodie 1929
'Erpetopus belongs to Tetrapoda' according to H. Haubold and S. G. Lucas 2003
'Microsauropus acutipes is a subjective synonym of Erpetopus willistoni' according to H. Haubold and S. G. Lucas 2003
'Microsauropus clarki is a subjective synonym of Erpetopus willistoni' according to H. Haubold and S. G. Lucas 2003
'Microsauropus orthodactylus is a subjective synonym of Erpetopus willistoni' according to H. Haubold and S. G. Lucas 2003
'Microsauropus parvus is a subjective synonym of Erpetopus willistoni' according to H. Haubold and S. G. Lucas 2003
'Microsauropus belongs to Tetrapoda' according to H. Haubold and S. G. Lucas 2003
'Solidopus perissodactylus belongs to Solidopus' according to Moodie 1930
'Solidopus perissodactylus is a nomen dubium' according to H. Haubold and S. G. Lucas 2003
'Solidopus is a nomen dubium' according to H. Haubold and S. G. Lucas 2003
'Varanopus didactylus is a subjective synonym of Dromopus palmatus' according to H. Haubold and S. G. Lucas 2003
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