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Mammalia - Primates - Paromomyidae
It was reranked as the subfamily Paromomyinae by Simpson (1940).
It was assigned to Anaptomorphidae by Simpson (1940); to Plesiadapoidea by Gunnell (1989); to Paromomyiformes by Beard (1993); to Dermoptera by Beard (1991), Robinson and Ivy (1994) and McKenna and Bell (1997); to Paromomyoidea by Fox et al. (2010); and to Primates by Robinson (1968), Gazin (1969), Bloch et al. (2007), Silcox et al. (2010) and Rose et al. (2012).
|Year||Name and author|
|1940||Paromomyidae Simpson p. 198|
|1940||Paromomyinae Simpson p. 198|
|1968||Paromomyidae Robinson p. 324|
|1969||Paromomyidae Gazin p. 6|
|1989||Paromomyidae Gunnell p. 12|
|1990||Phenacolemur leonardi Storer|
|1994||Paromomyidae Robinson and Ivy p. 100|
|1997||Paromomyidae McKenna and Bell|
|2007||Paromomyidae Bloch et al. p. 1162|
|2010||Paromomyidae Fox et al. p. 869|
|2010||Paromomyidae Silcox et al.|
|2012||Paromomyidae Rose et al.|
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