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C. W. Hibbard 1955

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C. W. Hibbard. 1955. The Jinglebob Interglacial (Sangamon?) Fauna from Kansas and its Climatic Significance. 12(10):179-228 [L. van den Hoek Ostende/L. van den Hoek Ostende]
Metadata
ID number:  41990
Created:  2012-06-12 19:37:33
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (14) - view classification
'Arctotherium simum is recombined as Tremarctotherium simum' according to C. W. Hibbard 1955
'Castor zibethicus is recombined as Ondatra zibethica' according to C. W. Hibbard 1955
'Elephas columbi is recombined as Mammuthus columbi' according to C. W. Hibbard 1955
'Hypudaeus ochrogaster is recombined as Microtus (Pedomys) ochrogaster' according to C. W. Hibbard 1955
'Mammuthus belongs to Elephantidae' according to C. W. Hibbard 1955
'Megalonyx harlani is recombined as Paramylodon harlani' according to C. W. Hibbard 1955
'Mephitis interrupta is recombined as Spilogale interrupta' according to C. W. Hibbard 1955
'Onychomys jinglebobensis belongs to Onychomys' according to C. W. Hibbard 1955
'Oryzomys fossilis belongs to Oryzomys' according to C. W. Hibbard 1955
'Peromyscus cochrani belongs to Peromyscus' according to C. W. Hibbard 1955
'Spilogale belongs to Mustelidae' according to C. W. Hibbard 1955
'Synaptomys australis belongs to Synaptomys' according to C. W. Hibbard 1955
'Tremarctotherium belongs to Ursidae' according to C. W. Hibbard 1955
'Zapus adamsi belongs to Zapus' according to C. W. Hibbard 1955