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N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002

Full reference
N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges. 2002. Higher-level relationships of snakes inferred from four nuclear and mitochondrial genes. Comptes Rendus Biologies 325(9):977-985 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy]
Metadata
ID number:  24245
Created:  2007-05-07 20:41:09
Modified:  2007-05-08 13:41:09
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (20) - view classification
'Acrochordidae belongs to Caenophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Alethinophidia belongs to Serpentes' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Aniliidae belongs to Alethinophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Anomalepididae belongs to Scolecophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Boidae belongs to Henophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Bolyeriidae belongs to Henophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Caenophidia belongs to Alethinophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Calabariidae belongs to Henophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Cylindrophiidae belongs to Alethinophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Erycinae was reranked as the family Erycidae and belongs to Henophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Henophidia was reranked as a unranked clade and belongs to Alethinophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Leptotyphlopidae belongs to Scolecophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Loxocemidae belongs to Henophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Macrostomata is an invalid subgroup of Serpentes' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Pythoninae was reranked as the family Pythonidae and belongs to Henophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Scolecophidia belongs to Serpentes' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Tropidophiidae belongs to Alethinophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Typhlopidae belongs to Scolecophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Uropeltidae belongs to Alethinophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002
'Xenopeltidae belongs to Henophidia' according to N. Vidal and S. B. Hedges 2002