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C. Frick 1926

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C. Frick. 1926. The Hemicyoninae and an American Tertiary bear. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 56(1):1-119 [J. Marcot/J. Marcot]
Metadata
ID number:  58893
Created:  2016-04-14 12:27:23
Modified:  2016-04-14 17:27:23
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (17) - view classification
'Canis ursinus is recombined as Hemicyon ursinus' according to C. Frick 1926
'Dinocyon aurelianensis belongs to Dinocyon' according to C. Frick 1926
'Dinocyon sansaniensis belongs to Dinocyon' according to C. Frick 1926
'Dinocyon thenardi belongs to Dinocyon' according to Jourdan 1861
'Dinocyon belongs to Hemicyoninae' according to C. Frick 1926
'Hemicyon barstowensis belongs to Hemicyon' according to C. Frick 1926
'Hemicyon californicus belongs to Hemicyon' according to C. Frick 1926
'Hemicyon goriachensis belongs to Hemicyon' according to Toula 1884
'Hemicyon goriachensis belongs to Hemicyon' according to C. Frick 1926
'Hemicyon grivensis belongs to Hemicyon' according to C. Frick 1926
'Hemicyon minor belongs to Hemicyon' according to Dépéret 1887
'Hemicyon minor belongs to Hemicyon' according to C. Frick 1926
'Hemicyon sansaniensis belongs to Hemicyon' according to Lartet 1851
'Hemicyon sansaniensis belongs to Hemicyon' according to C. Frick 1926
'Hemicyon statzlingii belongs to Hemicyon' according to C. Frick 1926
'Hemicyon belongs to Hemicyoninae' according to C. Frick 1926
'Hemicyoninae belongs to Ursidae' according to C. Frick 1926