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E. Trajano and H. Ferrarezzi 1995

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E. Trajano and H. Ferrarezzi. 1995. A fossil bear from northeastern Brazil, with a phylogenetic analysis of the South American extinct Tremarctinae (Ursidae). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 14(4):552-561 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy]
Metadata
ID number:  35862
Created:  2011-04-16 22:10:49
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Comments: copyrighted in 1994 but mailed in 1995
Taxonomic opinions (16) - view classification
'Arctodus belongs to Tremarctinae' according to E. Trajano and H. Ferrarezzi 1995
'Arctotherium (Arctotherium) belongs to Arctotherium' according to Bravard 1857
'Arctotherium (Arctotherium) belongs to Arctotherium' according to E. Trajano and H. Ferrarezzi 1995
'Arctotherium belongs to Tremarctinae' according to E. Trajano and H. Ferrarezzi 1995
'Pararctotherium enectum is recombined as Arctotherium (Pararctotherium) enectum' according to E. Trajano and H. Ferrarezzi 1995
'Pararctotherium pamparum is recombined as Arctodus pamparus' according to Kurten 1967
'Pararctotherium pamparum is recombined as Arctotherium (Pararctotherium) pamparum' according to E. Trajano and H. Ferrarezzi 1995
'Pararctotherium was reranked as Arctotherium (Pararctotherium) and belongs to Arctotherium' according to E. Trajano and H. Ferrarezzi 1995
'Tremarctinae belongs to Ursidae' according to E. Trajano and H. Ferrarezzi 1995
'Tremarctos belongs to Tremarctinae' according to E. Trajano and H. Ferrarezzi 1995
'Ursus bonariensis belongs to Ursus' according to Gervais 1852
'Ursus bonariensis is recombined as Arctotherium (Arctotherium) bonariense' according to E. Trajano and H. Ferrarezzi 1995
'Ursus bonariensis is recombined as Arctodus bonariensis' according to Kurten 1967
'Ursus brasiliensis belongs to Ursus' according to Lund 1838
'Ursus brasiliensis is recombined as Arctotherium (Pararctotherium) brasiliense' according to E. Trajano and H. Ferrarezzi 1995
'Ursus brasiliensis is recombined as Arctodus brasiliensis' according to Kurten 1967
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