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Mammalia - Primates
It was corrected as Strepsirhini by McKenna (1975) and Schwartz and Tattersall (1983); it was reranked as the infraorder Strepsirrhini by Rose et al. (2007) and Rose et al. (2009); it was misspelled as Strepsirhini by Beard et al. (1994), Poux and Douzery (2004), Marivaux et al. (2006) and Bloch et al. (2007); it was reranked as the unranked clade Strepsirrhini by Kirk and Williams (2011).
It was assigned to Euprimates by Bloch et al. (2007); to Euprimates by Rose et al. (2007) and Rose et al. (2009); and to Primates by McKenna (1975), Schwartz and Tattersall (1983), Beard et al. (1994), Poux and Douzery (2004), Marivaux et al. (2006) and Kirk and Williams (2011).
|Year||Name and author|
|1812||Strepsirrhini Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire|
|1975||Strepsirhini McKenna p. 42|
|1983||Strepsirhini Schwartz and Tattersall p. 349|
|1994||Strepsirhini Beard et al. p. 605|
|2004||Strepsirrhini Poux and Douzery|
|2006||Strepsirrhini Marivaux et al. p. 426|
|2007||Strepsirrhini Bloch et al. p. 1162|
|2007||Strepsirrhini Rose et al. p. 380|
|2009||Strepsirrhini Rose et al. p. 369|
|2011||Strepsirrhini Kirk and Williams p. 157|
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If no rank is listed, the taxon is considered an unranked clade in modern classifications. Ranks may be repeated or presented in the wrong order because authors working on different parts of the classification may disagree about how to rank taxa.