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Nimravidae (false sabre-tooth)
Mammalia - Carnivora - Nimravidae
It was assigned to Fissipedia by Cope (1889); to Caniformia by Flynn and Galiano (1982); to Aeluroidea by Carroll (1988); to Carnivoramorpha by Wesley-Hunt and Werdelin (2005); to Carnivora by Tseng et al. (2010); and to Feliformia by Bryant (1991) and Tomiya (2011).
|Year||Name and author|
|1876||Machaerodus insignis Filhol|
|1889||Nimravidae Cope p. 876|
|1979||Eusmilus insignis Sigé et al.|
|1982||Nimravidae Flynn and Galiano p. 50|
|1991||Nimravidae Bryant p. 68|
|2005||Nimravidae Wesley-Hunt and Werdelin p. 842|
|2010||Nimravidae Tseng et al.|
|2011||Nimravidae Tomiya p. 17|
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