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Mammalia - Carnivora - Miacidae
It was synonymized subjectively with Vulpavus by Wortman and Matthew (1899) and Wortman (1901).
It was assigned to Caniformia by Flynn and Galiano (1982); to Miacinae by Hooker (1986); to Carnivora by Polly et al. (2006); to Carnivoramorpha by Tomiya (2011); and to Miacidae by Cope (1880), Cope (1880), Scott (1892), Matthew (1909), Matthew (1937), Flynn (1998), Wesley-Hunt and Werdelin (2005), Heinrich et al. (2008), Friscia and Rasmussen (2010) and Rose et al. (2012).
|Year||Name and author|
|1872||Miacis Cope p. 2|
|1892||Miacis Scott p. 320|
|1899||Prodaphaenus Wortman and Matthew p. 114|
|1919||Prodaphaenus Peterson p. 50|
|1982||Miacis Flynn and Galiano p. 50|
|1986||Miacis Hooker p. 336|
|2005||Miacis Wesley-Hunt and Werdelin p. 842|
|2006||Miacis Polly et al. p. 1023|
|2008||Miacis Heinrich et al.|
|2010||Miacis Friscia and Rasmussen p. 59|
|2011||Miacis Tomiya p. 16|
|2012||Miacis Rose et al.|
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