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Y. Tanaka and R. E. Fordyce 2015

Full reference
Y. Tanaka and R. E. Fordyce. 2015. Historically significant late Oligocene dolphin Microcetus hectori Benham 1935: a new species of Waipatia (Platanistoidea). Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand [M. Uhen/M. Uhen]
Metadata
ID number:  54924
Created:  2015-04-08 16:25:06
Modified:  2015-04-09 07:25:06
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1080/03036758.2015.1016046
Taxonomic opinions (10) - view classification
'Microcetus hectori is recombined as Waipatia hectori' according to Y. Tanaka and R. E. Fordyce 2015
'Microcetus sharkovi belongs to Microcetus' according to Y. Tanaka and R. E. Fordyce 2015
'Microcetus belongs to Odontoceti' according to Y. Tanaka and R. E. Fordyce 2015
'Neoceti belongs to Cetacea' according to Y. Tanaka and R. E. Fordyce 2015
'Odontoceti belongs to Neoceti' according to Y. Tanaka and R. E. Fordyce 2015
'Phoca ambigua is recombined as Microcetus ambiguus' according to Y. Tanaka and R. E. Fordyce 2015
'Platanistoidea belongs to Odontoceti' according to Y. Tanaka and R. E. Fordyce 2015
'Waipatia maerewhenua belongs to Waipatia' according to Y. Tanaka and R. E. Fordyce 2015
'Waipatia belongs to Waipatiidae' according to Y. Tanaka and R. E. Fordyce 2015
'Waipatiidae belongs to Platanistoidea' according to Y. Tanaka and R. E. Fordyce 2015