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W. A. Cobban and W. J. Kennedy 1991

Full reference
W. A. Cobban and W. J. Kennedy. 1991. Evolution and biogeography of the Cenomanian (Upper Cretaceous) ammonite Metoicoceras Hyatt, 1903, with a revision of Metoicoceras praecox Haas, 1949. United States Geological Survey Bulletin 1934:B1-B11 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham/M. Clapham]
Metadata
ID number:  54859
Created:  2015-04-03 22:13:59
Modified:  2015-04-04 16:08:59
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (9) - view classification
'Ammonites geslinianum is recombined as Metoicoceras geslinianum' according to W. A. Cobban and W. J. Kennedy 1991
'Ammonites swallovi is recombined as Metoicoceras swallovi' according to W. A. Cobban and W. J. Kennedy 1991
'Metoicoceras frontierense belongs to Metoicoceras' according to Cobban 1988
'Metoicoceras frontierense belongs to Metoicoceras' according to W. A. Cobban and W. J. Kennedy 1991
'Metoicoceras latoventer belongs to Metoicoceras' according to Stephenson 1953
'Metoicoceras latoventer belongs to Metoicoceras' according to W. A. Cobban and W. J. Kennedy 1991
'Metoicoceras mosbyense belongs to Metoicoceras' according to W. A. Cobban and W. J. Kennedy 1991
'Metoicoceras muelleri is a subjective synonym of Metoicoceras mosbyense' according to W. A. Cobban and W. J. Kennedy 1991
'Metoicoceras whitei praecox is recombined as Metoicoceras praecox' according to W. A. Cobban and W. J. Kennedy 1991