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P. D. Gingerich and A. Sahni 1979

Full reference
P. D. Gingerich and A. Sahni. 1979. Indraloris and Sivaladapis: Miocene adapid primates from the Siwaliks of India and Pakistan. Nature 279:415-416 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy]
Metadata
ID number:  24422
Created:  2007-05-25 14:03:10
Modified:  2007-05-26 07:03:10
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (17) - view classification
'Ailuravus viverroides belongs to Ailuravus' according to M. Schlosser 1916
'Ailuravus viverroides is recombined as Sivanasua viverroides' according to G. E. Pilgrim 1931
'Ailuravus is replaced by Sivanasua' according to G. E. Pilgrim 1931
'Ailuravus is replaced by Sivanasua' according to P. D. Gingerich and A. Sahni 1979
'Indraloris lulli belongs to Indraloris' according to G. E. Lewis 1933
'Indraloris lulli is a subjective synonym of Indraloris himalayensis' according to P. D. Gingerich and A. Sahni 1979
'Indraloris belongs to Lorisidae' according to G. E. Lewis 1933
'Indraloris belongs to Lorisidae' according to I. Tattersall 1968
'Indraloris belongs to Adapidae' according to P. D. Gingerich and A. Sahni 1979
'Sivaladapis belongs to Adapidae' according to P. D. Gingerich and A. Sahni 1979
'Sivanasua himalayensis belongs to Sivanasua' according to G. E. Pilgrim 1932
'Sivanasua himalayensis is recombined as Indraloris himalayensis' according to P. D. Gingerich and A. Sahni 1979
'Sivanasua nagrii belongs to Sivanasua' according to K. N. Prasad 1970
'Sivanasua nagrii is recombined as Sivaladapis nagrii' according to P. D. Gingerich and A. Sahni 1979
'Sivanasua palaeindica belongs to Sivanasua' according to G. E. Pilgrim 1932
'Sivanasua palaeindica is recombined as Sivaladapis palaeindicus' according to P. D. Gingerich and A. Sahni 1979
'Sivanasua belongs to Procyonidae' according to P. D. Gingerich and A. Sahni 1979