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R. F. Kay et al. 2004

Full reference
R. F. Kay, B. A. Williams, C. F. Ross, M. Takai, and N. Shigehara. 2004. Anthropoid origins: a phylogenetic analysis. in Anthropoid Origins: New Visions (eds. C.F. Ross and R.F. Kay) 91-135 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy]
Metadata
ID number:  19723
Created:  2007-01-23 17:23:58
Modified:  2007-01-24 12:23:58
Publication type:  book/book chapter
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (25) - view classification
'Adapidae belongs to Adapiformes' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Adapiformes belongs to Strepsirrhini' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Aegyptopithecus belongs to Propliopithecidae' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Afrotarsiidae belongs to Anthropoidea' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Afrotarsius belongs to Afrotarsiidae' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Amphipithecinae was reranked as the family Amphipithecidae and belongs to Euprimates' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Anthropoidea belongs to Haplorrhini' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Bahinia belongs to Eosimiidae' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Catarrhini belongs to Anthropoidea' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Catopithecus belongs to Oligopithecidae' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Eosimias belongs to Eosimiidae' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Eosimiidae belongs to Anthropoidea' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Lemuriformes belongs to Strepsirrhini' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Myanmarpithecus belongs to Amphipithecidae' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Oligopithecinae was reranked as the family Oligopithecidae and belongs to Anthropoidea' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Omomyidae belongs to Omomyiformes' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Omomyiformes belongs to Haplorrhini' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Parapithecidae belongs to Parapithecoidea' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Parapithecoidea was reranked as a infraorder and belongs to Anthropoidea' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Platyrrhini belongs to Anthropoidea' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Propliopithecidae belongs to Catarrhini' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Rooneyia belongs to Euprimates' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Simiiformes is a subjective synonym of Anthropoidea' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Tarsiidae belongs to Tarsiiformes' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004
'Tarsiiformes belongs to Haplorrhini' according to R. F. Kay et al. 2004