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T. Massonne et al. 2019

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T. Massonne, D. Vasilyan, M. Rabi and M. Böhme. 2019. A new alligatoroid from the Eocene of Vietnam highlights an extinct Asian clade independent from extant Alligator sinensis. PeerJ 7:e7562:1-60 [P. Mannion/P. Mannion]
Metadata
ID number:  70973
Created:  2019-11-18 14:30:51
Modified:  2019-11-19 07:30:51
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.7717/peerj.7562
Taxonomic opinions (15) - view classification
'Alligatoridae belongs to Globidonta' according to T. Massonne et al. 2019
'Brachychampsa belongs to Globidonta' according to T. Massonne et al. 2019
'Ceratosuchus belongs to Globidonta' according to T. Massonne et al. 2019
'Deinosuchus belongs to Globidonta' according to T. Massonne et al. 2019
'Eoalligator belongs to Orientalosuchina' according to T. Massonne et al. 2019
'Globidonta belongs to Alligatoroidea' according to T. Massonne et al. 2019
'Jiangxisuchus belongs to Orientalosuchina' according to T. Massonne et al. 2019
'Krabisuchus belongs to Orientalosuchina' according to T. Massonne et al. 2019
'Leidyosuchus belongs to Globidonta' according to T. Massonne et al. 2019
'Navajosuchus belongs to Globidonta' according to T. Massonne et al. 2019
'Orientalosuchina belongs to Globidonta' according to T. Massonne et al. 2019
'Orientalosuchus naduongensis belongs to Orientalosuchus' according to T. Massonne et al. 2019
'Orientalosuchus belongs to Orientalosuchina' according to T. Massonne et al. 2019
'Protoalligator belongs to Orientalosuchina' according to T. Massonne et al. 2019
'Stangerochampsa belongs to Globidonta' according to T. Massonne et al. 2019
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