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Mammalia - Primates - Cercopithecidae
It was reranked as Cercopithecus by Illiger (1811), Gray (1821), Gray (1825), Pilgrim (1915), McKenna and Bell (1997) and Tosi et al. (2004).
It was assigned to Simia by Linnaeus (1758) and Kerr (1792); to Quadrumana by Illiger (1811); to Cercopithecidae by Gray (1821), Pilgrim (1915) and McKenna and Bell (1997); and to Cercopithecini by Gray (1825) and Tosi et al. (2004).
|Year||Name and author|
|1758||Simia (Cercopithecus) Linnaeus|
|1792||Simia (Cercopithecus) Kerr|
|1811||Cercopithecus Illiger p. 68|
|1811||Lasiopyga Illiger p. 68|
|1821||Cercopithecus Gray p. 297|
|1825||Cercopithecus Gray p. 338|
|1825||Lasiopyga Gray p. 338|
|1915||Cercopithecus Pilgrim p. 3|
|1997||Cercopithecus McKenna and Bell|
|2004||Cercopithecus Tosi et al.|
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