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A. J. Jeram 1994

Full reference
A. J. Jeram. 1994. Carboniferous Orthosterni and their relationships to living scorpions. Palaeontology 37:513-550 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham]
Metadata
ID number:  49661
Created:  2013-12-31 10:02:43
Modified:  2014-01-01 03:02:43
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (11) - view classification
'Compsoscorpius elegans belongs to Compsoscorpius' according to A. J. Jeram 1994
'Compsoscorpius elongatus is a subjective synonym of Compsoscorpius elegans' according to A. J. Jeram 1994
'Compsoscorpius belongs to Palaeopisthacanthidae' according to A. J. Jeram 1994
'Corniops mapesii belongs to Corniops' according to A. J. Jeram 1994
'Cryptoscorpius americanus belongs to Cryptoscorpius' according to A. J. Jeram 1994
'Cryptoscorpius belongs to Palaeopisthacanthidae' according to A. J. Jeram 1994
'Gymnoscorpius mutillidigitus belongs to Gymnoscorpius' according to A. J. Jeram 1994
'Palaeopisthacanthus schucherti belongs to Palaeopisthacanthus' according to A. J. Jeram 1994
'Palaeopisthacanthus vogelandurdeni belongs to Palaeopisthacanthus' according to A. J. Jeram 1994
'Palaeopisthacanthus belongs to Palaeopisthacanthidae' according to A. J. Jeram 1994
'Typhlopisthacanthus anglicus is a subjective synonym of Compsoscorpius elegans' according to A. J. Jeram 1994