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F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008

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F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes. 2008. The Herpetocetinae, a new subfamily of extinct baleen whales (Mammalia, Cetacea, Cetotheriidae). Virginia Museum of Natural History Special Publication 14:141-180 [M. Uhen/M. Uhen/M. Uhen]
Metadata
ID number:  26217
Created:  2008-01-14 07:18:08
Modified:  2008-01-15 02:18:22
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
Comments: Geology and Paleontology of the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina IV
Taxonomic opinions (29) - view classification
'Aglaocetus belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Amphicetus belongs to Cetotheriinae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Cephalotropis belongs to Cetotheriinae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Cetotheriinae belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Cetotherium (Plesiocetopsis) was reranked as Plesiocetopsis and belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Cetotherium belongs to Cetotheriinae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Cophocetus belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Diorocetus belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Halicetus belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Herpetocetinae belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Herpetocetus bramblei belongs to Herpetocetus' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Herpetocetus scaldiensis belongs to Herpetocetus' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Herpetocetus transatlanticus belongs to Herpetocetus' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Herpetocetus belongs to Herpetocetinae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Heterocetus belongs to Cetotheriinae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Idiocetus belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Imerocetus belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Isocetus belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Mesocetus belongs to Cetotheriinae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Metopocetus belongs to Cetotheriinae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Mixocetus belongs to Cetotheriinae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Nannocetus eremus belongs to Nannocetus' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Nannocetus belongs to Herpetocetinae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Parietobalaena belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Pelocetus belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Peripolocetus belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Pinocetus belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Thinocetus belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008
'Tiphyocetus belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to F. C. Whitmore and L. G. Barnes 2008