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M. W. Caldwell et al. 2015

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M. W. Caldwell, R. L. Nydam, A. Palci and S. ApesteguĂ­a. 2015. The oldest known snakes from the Middle Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous provide insights on snake evolution. Nature Communications 6(5996):1-11 [P. Barrett/T. Cleary]
Metadata
ID number:  56265
Created:  2015-09-09 07:32:37
Modified:  2015-09-09 12:32:37
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1038/ncomms6996
Taxonomic opinions (8) - view classification
'Diablophis belongs to Serpentes' according to M. W. Caldwell et al. 2015
'Eophis underwoodi belongs to Eophis' according to M. W. Caldwell et al. 2015
'Eophis belongs to Serpentes' according to M. W. Caldwell et al. 2015
'Ophidia was reranked as a suborder and belongs to Squamata' according to M. W. Caldwell et al. 2015
'Parviraptor gilmorei is recombined as Diablophis gilmorei' according to M. W. Caldwell et al. 2015
'Portugalophis lignites belongs to Portugalophis' according to M. W. Caldwell et al. 2015
'Portugalophis belongs to Serpentes' according to M. W. Caldwell et al. 2015
'Serpentes was reranked as a unranked clade and belongs to Ophidia' according to M. W. Caldwell et al. 2015
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