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R. Kellogg and E. A. Goldman 1944

Full reference
R. Kellogg and E. A. Goldman. 1944. Review of the spider monkeys. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 96(3186):1-45 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy/J. Alroy]
Metadata
ID number:  42378
Created:  2012-07-19 14:53:53
Modified:  2012-07-19 15:07:37
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  not entered
Language:  English
Comments: most synonymies and subspecific nomenclature not entered yet
Taxonomic opinions (18) - view classification
'Ateles belzebuth belongs to Ateles' according to R. Kellogg and E. A. Goldman 1944
'Ateles dariensis is a subjective synonym of Ateles fusciceps robustus' according to R. Kellogg and E. A. Goldman 1944
'Ateles fusciceps belongs to Ateles' according to R. Kellogg and E. A. Goldman 1944
'Ateles geoffroyi belongs to Ateles' according to R. Kellogg and E. A. Goldman 1944
'Ateles neglectus belongs to Ateles' according to Reinhardt 1873
'Ateles neglectus is a subjective synonym of Ateles geoffroyi vellerosus' according to R. Kellogg and E. A. Goldman 1944
'Ateles robustus belongs to Ateles' according to J. A. Allen 1914
'Ateles robustus is recombined as Ateles fusciceps robustus' according to R. Kellogg and E. A. Goldman 1944
'Ateles rufiventris belongs to Ateles' according to Sclater 1872
'Ateles rufiventris belongs to Ateles' according to R. Kellogg and E. A. Goldman 1944
'Ateles tricolor belongs to Ateles' according to Hollister 1914
'Ateles tricolor is a subjective synonym of Ateles geoffroyi vellerosus' according to R. Kellogg and E. A. Goldman 1944
'Ateles vellerosus belongs to Ateles' according to Sclater 1871
'Ateles vellerosus belongs to Ateles' according to Gray 1866
'Ateles vellerosus is replaced by Ateles rufiventris' according to Sclater 1872
'Ateles vellerosus is replaced by Ateles rufiventris' according to R. Kellogg and E. A. Goldman 1944
'Ateles vellerosus is recombined as Ateles geoffroyi vellerosus' according to R. Kellogg and E. A. Goldman 1944
'Simia paniscus is recombined as Ateles paniscus' according to R. Kellogg and E. A. Goldman 1944