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A. T. Boersma et al. 2017

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A. T. Boersma, M. R. McCurry, and N. D. Pyenson. 2017. A new fossil dolphin Dilophodelphis fordycei provides insight into the evolution of supraorbital crests in Platanistoidea (Mammalia, Cetacea). Royal Society Open Science [M. Uhen/M. Uhen]
Metadata
ID number:  62386
Created:  2017-06-01 10:31:36
Modified:  2017-06-02 01:31:36
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1098/rsos.170022
Taxonomic opinions (4) - view classification
'Dilophodelphis fordycei belongs to Dilophodelphis' according to A. T. Boersma et al. 2017
'Dilophodelphis belongs to Platanistidae' according to A. T. Boersma et al. 2017
'Platanistina was reranked as the family Platanistidae and belongs to Platanistoidea' according to A. T. Boersma et al. 2017
'Platanistoidea belongs to Odontoceti' according to A. T. Boersma et al. 2017
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