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Mammalia - Carnivora - Felidae
It was reranked as Felis (Lynx) by Mooser and Dalquest (1975); it was synonymized subjectively with Felis by Hemmer (1978), Groves (1982) and Tumlison (1987).
It was assigned to Felis by Mooser and Dalquest (1975); to Felidae by Kerr (1792), Cope (1880), Matyushkin (1979), Werdelin (1981), Carroll (1988), Garcia-Perea (1992), Wilson and Reeder (1993), Geraads (1997) and Werdelin and Peigne (2010); and to Felinae by Kurten and Anderson (1980), Martin (1998), Johnson et al. (2006) and Breitenmoser and Breitenmoser (2017).
|Year||Name and author|
|1825||Lyncus Gray p. 339|
|1880||Lynx Cope p. 852|
|1975||Felis (Lynx) Mooser and Dalquest p. 790|
|1980||Lynx Kurten and Anderson p. 196|
|1993||Lynx Wilson and Reeder|
|1997||Lynx Geraads p. 145|
|1998||Lynx Martin p. 238|
|2006||Lynx Johnson et al. p. 74|
|2010||Lynx Werdelin and Peigne p. 651|
|2017||Lynx Breitenmoser and Breitenmoser p. 38|
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