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F. Lihoreau et al. 2015

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F. Lihoreau, J.-R. Boisserie, F. K. Manthi and S. Ducrocq. 2015. Hippos stem from the longest sequence of terrestrial cetartiodactyl evolution in Africa. Nature Communications 6(6264) [M. Uhen/M. Uhen/M. Uhen]
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ID number:  54539
Created:  2015-03-05 09:17:24
Modified:  2015-03-06 02:17:40
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1038/ncomms7264
Taxonomic names (2)
Taxonomic opinions (4) - view classification
'Cetancodonta belongs to Cetartiodactyla' according to F. Lihoreau et al. 2015
'Epirigenys lokonensis belongs to Epirigenys' according to F. Lihoreau et al. 2015
'Epirigenys belongs to Hippopotamoidea' according to F. Lihoreau et al. 2015
'Hippopotamoidea belongs to Cetancodonta' according to F. Lihoreau et al. 2015
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