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T. D. White et al. 2003

Full reference
T. D. White, B. Asfaw, D. DeGusta, H. Gilbert, G. D. Richards, G. Suwa, and F. C. Howell. 2003. Pleistocene Homo sapiens from Middle Awash, Ethiopia. Nature 423:742-747 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy]
Metadata
ID number:  19544
Created:  2007-01-01 21:08:05
Modified:  2007-01-02 16:08:05
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (8) - view classification
'Homo heidelbergensis is a nomen dubium' according to T. D. White et al. 2003
'Homo helmei belongs to Homo' according to Dreyer 1935
'Homo helmei is a nomen dubium' according to T. D. White et al. 2003
'Homo njarasensis belongs to Homo' according to Reck and Kohl-Larsen 1936
'Homo njarasensis is a nomen dubium' according to T. D. White et al. 2003
'Homo rhodesiensis belongs to Homo' according to Woodward 1921
'Homo rhodesiensis belongs to Homo' according to T. D. White et al. 2003
'Homo sapiens idaltu belongs to Homo sapiens' according to T. D. White et al. 2003