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M. J. Phillips et al. 2001

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M. J. Phillips, Y.-H. Lin, G. L. Harrison and D. Penny. 2001. Mitochondrial genomes of a bandicoot and a brushtail possum confirm the monophyly of australidelphian marsupials. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 268:1533-1538 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy]
Metadata
ID number:  41469
Created:  2012-05-11 12:08:15
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (19) - view classification
'Afrotheria belongs to Epitheria' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001
'Atlantogenta is an invalid subgroup of Placentalia' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001
'Dasyuromorphia belongs to Australidelphia' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001
'Didelphimorphia belongs to Ameridelphia' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001
'Didelphis virginiana belongs to Didelphis' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001
'Didelphis vulpecula is recombined as Trichosurus vulpecula' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001
'Diprotodontia belongs to Australidelphia' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001
'Dromiciops gliroides belongs to Dromiciops' according to O. Thomas 1894
'Dromiciops gliroides belongs to Dromiciops' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001
'Epitheria belongs to Placentalia' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001
'Laurasiatheria belongs to Epitheria' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001
'Macropus (Petrogale) robustus is recombined as Macropus robustus' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001
'Microbiotheria belongs to Australidelphia' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001
'Notoryctemorphia belongs to Australidelphia' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001
'Paucituberculata belongs to Ameridelphia' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001
'Peramelemorphia belongs to Australidelphia' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001
'Perameles macroura belongs to Perameles' according to Gould 1842
'Perameles macroura is recombined as Isoodon macrourus' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001
'Phalangeroidea belongs to Diprotodontia' according to M. J. Phillips et al. 2001