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J. D. Scanlon 2001

Full reference
J. D. Scanlon. 2001. Montypythonoides: the Miocene snake Morelia riversleighensis (Smith & Plane, 1985) and the geographical origin of pythons. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 25:1-35 [J. Mueller/T. Liebrecht]
Metadata
ID number:  49982
Created:  2014-01-30 08:50:50
Modified:  2014-01-31 01:50:50
Publication type:  serial monograph
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (5) - view classification
'Montypythonoides riversleighensis is recombined as Morelia riversleighensis' according to J. D. Scanlon 2001
'Montypythonoides is a subjective synonym of Morelia' according to J. D. Scanlon 2001
'Morelia antiqua is a subjective synonym of Morelia riversleighensis' according to J. D. Scanlon 2001
'Morelia belongs to Pythoninae' according to J. D. Scanlon 2001
'Pythoninae belongs to Booidea' according to J. D. Scanlon 2001