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B. S. Ferrero and J. I. Noriega 2007

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B. S. Ferrero and J. I. Noriega. 2007. A new upper Pleistocene tapir from Argentina: remarks on the phylogenetics and diversification of neotropical Tapiridae. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 27(2):504-511 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy]
Metadata
ID number:  31533
Created:  2010-01-11 13:00:18
Modified:  2010-01-12 08:00:18
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1671/0272-4634(2007)27[504:ANUPTF]2.0.CO;2
Taxonomic names (1)
Taxonomic opinions (12) - view classification
'Elasmognathus bairdii is recombined as Tapirus bairdii' according to B. S. Ferrero and J. I. Noriega 2007
'Hippopotamus terrestris is recombined as Tapirus terrestris' according to B. S. Ferrero and J. I. Noriega 2007
'Tapiravus polkensis is recombined as Tapirus polkensis' according to B. S. Ferrero and J. I. Noriega 2007
'Tapirus copei is a subjective synonym of Tapirus haysii' according to B. S. Ferrero and J. I. Noriega 2007
'Tapirus haysii belongs to Tapirus' according to B. S. Ferrero and J. I. Noriega 2007
'Tapirus indicus belongs to Tapirus' according to B. S. Ferrero and J. I. Noriega 2007
'Tapirus johnsoni belongs to Tapirus' according to B. S. Ferrero and J. I. Noriega 2007
'Tapirus mesopotamicus belongs to Tapirus' according to B. S. Ferrero and J. I. Noriega 2007
'Tapirus pinchaque belongs to Tapirus' according to B. S. Ferrero and J. I. Noriega 2007
'Tapirus veroensis belongs to Tapirus' according to B. S. Ferrero and J. I. Noriega 2007
'Tapirus webbi belongs to Tapirus' according to Hulbert 2005
'Tapirus webbi belongs to Tapirus' according to B. S. Ferrero and J. I. Noriega 2007
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