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Z. Szyndlar et al. 2008

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Z. Szyndlar, R. Smith, and J.-C. Rage. 2008. A new dwarf boa (Serpentes, Booidea, 'Tropidophiidae') from the Early Oligocene of Belgium: a case of the isolation of Western European snake faunas. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 152(2):393-406 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy]
Metadata
ID number:  28385
Created:  2008-11-02 09:17:37
Modified:  2008-11-03 04:17:37
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (12) - view classification
'Dunnophis belongs to Tropidophiidae' according to Z. Szyndlar et al. 2008
'Falseryx neervelpensis belongs to Falseryx' according to Z. Szyndlar et al. 2008
'Falseryx petersbuchi belongs to Falseryx' according to Z. Szyndlar et al. 2008
'Falseryx belongs to Tropidophiinae' according to Z. Szyndlar et al. 2008
'Messelophis ermannorum belongs to Messelophis' according to Schaal and Baszlo 2004
'Messelophis variatus belongs to Messelophis' according to Baszio 2004
'Messelophis belongs to Tropidophiidae' according to Z. Szyndlar et al. 2008
'Platyspondylia belongs to Tropidophiidae' according to Z. Szyndlar et al. 2008
'Rottophis belongs to Tropidophiinae' according to Z. Szyndlar et al. 2008
'Tropidonotus atavus is recombined as Rottophis atavus' according to Z. Szyndlar et al. 2008
'Tropidophiidae belongs to Alethinophidia' according to Z. Szyndlar et al. 2008
'Tropidophiinae belongs to Tropidophiidae' according to Z. Szyndlar et al. 2008
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