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G. Bianucci et al. 2018

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G. Bianucci, G. Bosio, E. Malinverno, C. Muizon, I. M. Villa, M. Urbina, and O. Lambert. 2018. A new large squalodelphinid (Cetacea, Odontoceti) from Peru sheds light on the Early Miocene platanistoid disparity and ecology. Royal Society Open Science 5(4):172302 [M. Uhen/M. Uhen]
Metadata
ID number:  65463
Created:  2018-04-20 10:46:58
Modified:  2018-04-21 01:46:58
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1098/rsos.172302
Taxonomic opinions (10) - view classification
'Huaridelphis belongs to Squalodelphinidae' according to G. Bianucci et al. 2018
'Macrosqualodelphis ukupachai belongs to Macrosqualodelphis' according to G. Bianucci et al. 2018
'Macrosqualodelphis belongs to Squalodelphinidae' according to G. Bianucci et al. 2018
'Medocinia belongs to Squalodelphinidae' according to G. Bianucci et al. 2018
'Notocetus belongs to Squalodelphinidae' according to G. Bianucci et al. 2018
'Odontoceti was reranked as a unranked clade and belongs to Neoceti' according to G. Bianucci et al. 2018
'Phocageneus belongs to Squalodelphinidae' according to G. Bianucci et al. 2018
'Platanistoidea belongs to Odontoceti' according to G. Bianucci et al. 2018
'Squalodelphidae is corrected as Squalodelphinidae and belongs to Platanistoidea' according to G. Bianucci et al. 2018
'Squalodelphis belongs to Squalodelphinidae' according to G. Bianucci et al. 2018
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