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K. D. Rose et al. 2009

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K. D. Rose, R. S. Rana, A. Sahni, K. Kumar, P. Missiaen, L. Singh, and T. Smith. 2009. Early Eocene primates from Gujarat, India. Journal of Human Evolution 56(4):366-404 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy]
Metadata
ID number:  32172
Created:  2010-02-28 09:13:30
Modified:  2010-03-01 04:13:30
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1016/j.jhevol.2009.01.008
Taxonomic opinions (18) - view classification
'Adapoidea belongs to Strepsirrhini' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Anthrasimias gujaratensis is a subjective synonym of Marcgodinotius indicus' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Anthrasimias is a subjective synonym of Marcgodinotius' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Asiadapinae belongs to Notharctidae' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Asiadapis cambayensis belongs to Asiadapis' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Asiadapis belongs to Asiadapinae' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Euprimates was reranked as a suborder and belongs to Primates' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Haplorrhini was reranked as the infraorder Haplorhini and belongs to Euprimates' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Marcgodinotius indicus belongs to Marcgodinotius' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Marcgodinotius belongs to Asiadapinae' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Notharctidae belongs to Adapoidea' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Omomyidae belongs to Tarsiiformes' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Strepsirrhini was reranked as a infraorder and belongs to Euprimates' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Suratius robustus is a subjective synonym of Asiadapis cambayensis' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Suratius is a subjective synonym of Asiadapis' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Tarsiiformes was reranked as a unranked clade and belongs to Haplorhini' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Vastanomys major belongs to Vastanomys' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
'Vastanomys belongs to Omomyidae' according to K. D. Rose et al. 2009
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