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J. T. Thurmond 1974

Full reference
J. T. Thurmond. 1974. Lower vertebrate faunas of the Trinity Division on north-central Texas. In B. F. Perkins (ed.), Aspects of Trinity Division Geology. A Symposium on the Stratigraphy, Sedimentary Environments, and Fauna of the Comanche Cretaceous Trinity Division (Aptian and Albian) of Texas and Northern Mexico. Geoscience and Man 8:103-129 [M. Carrano/M. Carrano]
Metadata
ID number:  56060
Created:  2015-08-12 10:58:14
Modified:  2015-08-13 01:58:14
Publication type:  book chapter
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (8) - view classification
'Callodus coronatus belongs to Callodus' according to J. T. Thurmond 1974
'Callodus belongs to Pycnodontiformes' according to J. T. Thurmond 1974
'Nonaphalagodus trinitiensis belongs to Nonaphalagodus' according to J. T. Thurmond 1974
'Nonaphalagodus belongs to Pycnodontiformes' according to J. T. Thurmond 1974
'Palaeobalistum geiseri belongs to Palaeobalistum' according to J. T. Thurmond 1974
'Palaeobalistum rectidens belongs to Palaeobalistum' according to J. T. Thurmond 1974
'Paramicrodon estesi belongs to Paramicrodon' according to J. T. Thurmond 1974
'Paramicrodon belongs to Pycnodontiformes' according to J. T. Thurmond 1974