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N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2002

Full reference
N. J. Czaplewski, W. L. Puckette, and C. Russell. 2002. A Pleistocene tapir and associated mammals from the southwestern Ozark Highland. 64(2):97-107 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy]
Metadata
ID number:  31489
Created:  2010-01-06 21:45:49
Modified:  2010-01-07 16:45:49
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (10) - view classification
'Lasionycteris belongs to Vespertilionidae' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2002
'Microtus belongs to Arvicolinae' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2002
'Myotis belongs to Vespertilionidae' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2002
'Peromyscus belongs to Sigmodontinae' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2002
'Pipistrellus belongs to Vespertilionidae' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2002
'Reithrodontomys belongs to Sigmodontinae' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2002
'Sciurus striatus is recombined as Tamias striatus' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2002
'Tapirus veroensis belongs to Tapirus' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2002
'Vespertilio noctivagans is recombined as Lasionycteris noctivagans' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2002
'Vespertilio subflavus is recombined as Pipistrellus subflavus' according to N. J. Czaplewski et al. 2002
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