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A. B. Taylor 2006

Full reference
A. B. Taylor. 2006. Feeding behavior, diet, and the functional consequences of jaw form in orangutans, with implications for the evolution of Pongo. Journal of Human Evolution 50(4):377-393 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy]
Metadata
ID number:  41221
Created:  2012-04-20 21:06:40
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1016/j.jhevol.2005.10.006
Taxonomic opinions (10) - view classification
'Pongo abelii belongs to Pongo' according to Lesson 1827
'Pongo abelii belongs to Pongo' according to Groves 2001
'Pongo abelii belongs to Pongo' according to A. B. Taylor 2006
'Pongo wurmbii is recombined as Pongo pygmaeus wurmbii' according to A. B. Taylor 2006
'Pongo wurmbii is recombined as Pongo pygmaeus wurmbii' according to Groves 2001
'Simia morio is recombined as Pongo pygmaeus morio' according to A. B. Taylor 2006
'Simia morio is recombined as Pongo pygmaeus morio' according to Groves 2001
'Simia pygmaeus is recombined as Pongo pygmaeus' according to Groves 2001
'Simia pygmaeus is recombined as Pongo pygmaeus' according to A. B. Taylor 2006
'Simia pygmaeus is recombined as Pongo pygmaeus' according to Lacépède 1799