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Mammalia - Carnivora - Nimravidae
It was synonymized subjectively with Drepanodon by Palmer (1904) and Scott and Jepsen (1936).
It was assigned to Hoplophoneinae by Flynn and Galiano (1982); to Nimravidae by Cope (1874), Cope (1880), Simpson (1941), Hough (1949) and Martin (1998); and to Nimravinae by Bryant (1991), Peigné (2003) and Slater and Van Valkenburgh (2008).
|Year||Name and author|
|1880||Hoplophoneus Cope p. 836|
|1982||Hoplophoneus Flynn and Galiano p. 53|
|1991||Hoplophoneus Bryant p. 69|
|2008||Hoplophoneus Slater and Van Valkenburgh p. 407|
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