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Mammalia - Primates
It was reranked as the infraorder Haplorhini by McKenna (1975), Rose et al. (2009) and Burger (2010); it was corrected as Haplorhini by Maw et al. (1979), Setoguchi and Rosenberger (1987), Rosenberger et al. (1991), Hartwig and Cartelle (1996) and Muldoon and Gunnell (2002); it was reranked as the unranked clade Haplorrhini by Poux and Douzery (2004) and Bloch et al. (2007); it was misspelled as Haplorhini by Szalay (1976), Beard et al. (1994) and Rosenberger (2006); it was reranked as the unranked clade Haplorhini by Williams and Kirk (2008), Kay (2010) and Chaimanee et al. (2011).
It was assigned to Euprimates by Rosenberger (2006) and Bloch et al. (2007); to Euprimates by Rose et al. (2009) and Burger (2010); and to Primates by Hershkovitz (1974), McKenna (1975), Szalay (1976), Maw et al. (1979), Setoguchi and Rosenberger (1987), Rosenberger et al. (1991), Beard et al. (1994), Hartwig and Cartelle (1996), Muldoon and Gunnell (2002), Poux and Douzery (2004), Williams and Kirk (2008), Kay (2010) and Chaimanee et al. (2011).
|Year||Name and author|
|1975||Haplorhini McKenna p. 42|
|1976||Haplorhini Szalay p. 172|
|1979||Haplorhini Maw et al. p. 66|
|1987||Haplorhini Setoguchi and Rosenberger p. 692|
|1991||Haplorhini Rosenberger et al. p. 2137|
|1994||Haplorhini Beard et al. p. 609|
|1996||Haplorhini Hartwig and Cartelle p. 307|
|2002||Haplorhini Muldoon and Gunnell p. 481|
|2004||Haplorrhini Poux and Douzery|
|2006||Haplorrhini Rosenberger p. 140|
|2007||Haplorrhini Bloch et al. p. 1162|
|2008||Haplorhini Williams and Kirk p. 929|
|2009||Haplorhini Rose et al. p. 384|
|2010||Haplorhini Burger p. 2|
|2011||Haplorhini Chaimanee et al. p. 1957|
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