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C. A. Sidor et al. 2005

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C. A. Sidor, F. R. O'Keefe, R. Damiani, J. S. Steyer, R. M. H. Smith, H. C. E. Larsson, P. C. Sereno, O. Ide, and A. Maga. 2005. Permian tetrapods from the Sahara show climate-controlled endemism in Pangaea. Nature 434:886-889 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy]
Metadata
ID number:  19512
Created:  2006-12-29 14:22:25
Modified:  2006-12-30 09:22:25
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (11) - view classification
'Adamanterpeton belongs to Cochleosauridae' according to C. A. Sidor et al. 2005
'Chenoprosopus belongs to Cochleosauridae' according to C. A. Sidor et al. 2005
'Cochleosauridae belongs to Edopoidea' according to C. A. Sidor et al. 2005
'Cochleosaurus belongs to Cochleosauridae' according to C. A. Sidor et al. 2005
'Edopoidea belongs to Temnospondyli' according to C. A. Sidor et al. 2005
'Edops belongs to Edopoidea' according to C. A. Sidor et al. 2005
'Nigerpeton ricqlesi belongs to Nigerpeton' according to C. A. Sidor et al. 2005
'Nigerpeton belongs to Edopoidea' according to C. A. Sidor et al. 2005
'Procochleosaurus belongs to Cochleosauridae' according to C. A. Sidor et al. 2005
'Saharastega moradiensis belongs to Saharastega' according to C. A. Sidor et al. 2005
'Saharastega belongs to Temnospondyli' according to C. A. Sidor et al. 2005
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