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K. Carpenter et al. 2003

Full reference
K. Carpenter, D. M. Unwin, K. C. Cloward, C. A. Miles, and C. 2003. A new scaphognathine pterosaur from the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation of Wyoming, USA. E. Buffetaut & J.-M. Mazin (eds.), Evolution and Palaeobiology of Pterosaurs, Geological Society Special Publication 217:45-54 [M. Carrano/M. Carrano/M. Carrano]
Metadata
ID number:  13275
Created:  2005-04-20 06:18:11
Modified:  2005-04-20 23:18:11
Project name:  ETE
Publication type:  book/book chapter
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Taxonomic opinions (13) - view classification
'Comodactylus ostromi is a nomen dubium' according to K. Carpenter et al. 2003
'Comodactylus is a nomen dubium' according to K. Carpenter et al. 2003
'Dermodactylus montanus is a nomen dubium' according to K. Carpenter et al. 2003
'Harpactognathus gentryii belongs to Harpactognathus' according to K. Carpenter et al. 2003
'Harpactognathus belongs to Scaphognathinae' according to K. Carpenter et al. 2003
'Kepodactylus belongs to Dsungaripteroidea' according to K. Carpenter et al. 2003
'Laopteryx priscus is a nomen dubium' according to K. Carpenter et al. 2003
'Mesadactylus belongs to Pterodactyloidea' according to K. Carpenter et al. 2003
'Parapsicephalus is a subjective synonym of Dorygnathus' according to K. Carpenter et al. 2003
'Scaphognathinae belongs to Rhamphorhynchidae' according to K. Carpenter et al. 2003
'Scaphognathus purdoni is recombined as Dorygnathus purdoni' according to K. Carpenter et al. 2003
'Scaphognathus belongs to Scaphognathinae' according to K. Carpenter et al. 2003
'Sordes belongs to Scaphognathinae' according to K. Carpenter et al. 2003
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