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C. A. Brochu 2010

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C. A. Brochu. 2010. A new alligatorid from the lower Eocene Green River Formation of Wyoming and the origin of caimans. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30(4):1109-1126 [P. Mannion/P. Mannion]
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ID number:  46383
Created:  2013-04-19 03:19:23
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (10) - view classification
'Caiman belongs to Caimaninae' according to C. A. Brochu 2010
'Eocaiman belongs to Caimaninae' according to C. A. Brochu 2010
'Melanosuchus belongs to Caimaninae' according to C. A. Brochu 2010
'Mourasuchus belongs to Caimaninae' according to C. A. Brochu 2010
'Necrosuchus belongs to Caimaninae' according to C. A. Brochu 2010
'Orthogenysuchus belongs to Caimaninae' according to C. A. Brochu 2010
'Paleosuchus belongs to Caimaninae' according to C. A. Brochu 2010
'Purussaurus belongs to Caimaninae' according to C. A. Brochu 2010
'Tsoabichi greenriverensis belongs to Tsoabichi' according to C. A. Brochu 2010
'Tsoabichi belongs to Caimaninae' according to C. A. Brochu 2010
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