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D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb 2005

Full reference
D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb. 2005. New goatlike camelid from the Late Pliocene of Tecopa Lake Basin, California. Contributions in Science, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County 503:1-40 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy]
Metadata
ID number:  23541
Created:  2007-03-17 22:46:52
Modified:  2007-03-18 16:46:52
Publication type:  serial monograph
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (15) - view classification
'Blickomylus belongs to Stenomylinae' according to D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb 2005
'Camelidae belongs to Tylopoda' according to D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb 2005
'Capricamelus gettyi belongs to Capricamelus' according to D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb 2005
'Capricamelus belongs to Miolabinae' according to D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb 2005
'Cuyamacamelus belongs to Miolabinae' according to D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb 2005
'Miolabinae belongs to Camelidae' according to D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb 2005
'Miolabis tenuis is recombined as Paramiolabis tenuis' according to D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb 2005
'Miolabis belongs to Miolabinae' according to D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb 2005
'Neoselenodontia belongs to Artiodactyla' according to D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb 2005
'Nothotylopus belongs to Miolabinae' according to D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb 2005
'Paramiolabis belongs to Miolabinae' according to D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb 2005
'Rakomylus belongs to Stenomylinae' according to D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb 2005
'Stenomylinae belongs to Camelidae' according to D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb 2005
'Stenomylus belongs to Stenomylinae' according to D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb 2005
'Tylopoda was reranked as a suborder and belongs to Neoselenodontia' according to D. P. Whistler and S. D. Webb 2005
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