†subclass Saurornia Seeley 1866 (vertebrate)

Saurornia

Full reference: H. G. Seeley. 1866. An epitome of the evidence that pterodactyles are not reptiles, but a new subclass of vertebrate animals allies to birds (Saurornia). Annals and Magazine of Natural History, series 3 17(101):321-331

Parent taxon: Vertebrata according to H. G. Seeley 1866

Sister taxa: Agnatha, Ammopus, Apedolepis, Artenolepis, Auchenaspis, Cephalaspidomorpha, Conodonta, Eosaurus, Galeaspida, Gnathostomata, Herpetichthyes, Hoplichnus, Hypichthyes, Larnovaspis, Lepidotosaurus, Mannodon, Myzichthyes, Ostracophori, Pachycardia, Palaeaspis, Pituriaspida, Plagiostomi, Tidaeus, Toxichnus, Trihamus, Osteostracomorphii, Anaspida, Thelodontida, Conodontomorpha, Petromyzontomorphi, Myxinomorphi, Pteraspidomorphi, Coluber arcuatus

Subtaxa: none

Ecology:

Distribution: there are no occurrences of Saurornia in the database

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