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S. C. Sweetman et al. 2017

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S. C. Sweetman, G. Smith, and D. M. Martill. 2017. Highly derived eutherian mammals from the earliest Cretaceous of southern Britain. Acata Paleontologica Polonica 62(4):657-665 [M. Uhen/M. Uhen/P. Mannion]
Metadata
ID number:  63767
Created:  2017-11-07 14:40:10
Modified:  2018-06-08 23:43:32
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.4202/app.00408.2017
Taxonomic opinions (6) - view classification
'Durlstodon ensomi belongs to Durlstodon' according to S. C. Sweetman et al. 2017
'Durlstodon belongs to Eutheria' according to S. C. Sweetman et al. 2017
'Durlstotherium newmani belongs to Durlstotherium' according to S. C. Sweetman et al. 2017
'Durlstotherium belongs to Eutheria' according to S. C. Sweetman et al. 2017
'Eutheria was reranked as a infraclass and belongs to Tribosphenida' according to S. C. Sweetman et al. 2017
'Tribosphenida was reranked as a subclass and belongs to Mammalia' according to S. C. Sweetman et al. 2017
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