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R. A. Pyron et al. 2013

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R. A. Pyron, F. T. Burbrink, and J. J. Wiens. 2013. A phylogeny and revised classification of Squamata, including 4161 species of lizards and snakes. BMC Evolutionary Biology 13(1):1-53 [P. Barrett/T. Cleary]
Metadata
ID number:  59093
Created:  2016-05-10 07:30:01
Modified:  2016-05-10 22:30:01
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1186/1471-2148-13-93
Taxonomic names (2)
Taxonomic opinions (17) - view classification
'Amphisbaenia was reranked as a unranked clade and belongs to Lacertoidea' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013
'Anguimorpha belongs to Toxicofera' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013
'Cordylidae belongs to Scincoidea' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013
'Dibamidae belongs to Squamata' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013
'Episquamata belongs to Squamata' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013
'Gerrhosauridae belongs to Scincoidea' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013
'Gerrhosaurus belongs to Gerrhosauridae' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013
'Iguania belongs to Toxicofera' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013
'Lacertoidea belongs to Episquamata' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013
'Mosasauria was reranked as the superfamily Mosasauroidea and belongs to Toxicofera' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013
'Ophidia was reranked as a suborder and belongs to Toxicofera' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013
'Paramacellodidae belongs to Scincoidea' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013
'Scincidae belongs to Scincoidea' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013
'Scincoidea belongs to Squamata' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013
'Serpentes was reranked as a unranked clade and belongs to Toxicofera' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013
'Toxicofera belongs to Episquamata' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013
'Xantusiidae belongs to Scincoidea' according to R. A. Pyron et al. 2013