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N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2005

Full reference
N. J. Czaplewski, A. D. Rincón, and G. S. Morgan. 2005. Fossil bat (Mammalia: Chiroptera) remains from Inciarte tar pit, Sierra de Perijá, Venezuela. Caribbean Journal of Science 41(4):768-781 [C. Bell/C. Bell]
Metadata
ID number:  18256
Created:  2006-08-15 15:01:57
Modified:  2006-08-16 08:02:09
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (10) - view classification
'Eptesicus belongs to Vespertilionidae' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2005
'Lophostoma silvicolum belongs to Lophostoma' according to d'Orbigny 1836
'Lophostoma silvicolum belongs to Lophostoma' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2005
'Lophostoma belongs to Phyllostomidae' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2005
'Micronycteris belongs to Phyllostomidae' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2005
'Rhogeessa belongs to Vespertilionidae' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2005
'Trachops belongs to Phyllostomidae' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2005
'Vampyrus cirrhosus belongs to Vampyrus' according to Spix 1823
'Vampyrus cirrhosus is recombined as Trachops cirrhosus' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2005
'Vespertilio fuscus is recombined as Eptesicus fuscus' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2005
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