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Tetonoides pearcei

Mammalia - Primates - Omomyidae

Taxonomy
Tetonoides pearcei was named by Gazin (1962). Its type specimen is U.S.N.M. No. 22426, a mandible (right ramus of mandible with P3-M2), and it is a 3D body fossil. Its type locality is Bitter Creek, which is in a Wasatchian terrestrial horizon in the Wasatch Formation of Wyoming. It is the type species of Tetonoides.

It was synonymized subjectively with Tetonius musculus by Delson (1971); it was synonymized subjectively with Anemorhysis tenuiculus by Szalay (1976); it was recombined as Anemorhysis pearcei by Bown (1974), Bown and Rose (1984), Bown and Rose (1987) and Rose (1995).

Synonymy list
YearName and author
1962Tetonoides pearcei Gazin p. 35
1974Anemorhysis pearcei Bown
1978Tetonoides pearcei Savage and Waters
1979Tetonoides pearcei Bown
1981Tetonoides pearcei Gingerich
1984Anemorhysis pearcei Bown and Rose
1987Anemorhysis pearcei Bown and Rose
1992Tetonoides pearcei Beard et al.
1995Tetonoides pearcei Gunnell
1995Anemorhysis pearcei Rose

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Triploblastica
Nephrozoa
Deuterostomia
phylumChordataHaeckel 1847
OlfactoresJefferies 1991
subphylumVertebrata
Gnathostomata()
Osteichthyes()
Sarcopterygii
subclassDipnotetrapodomorpha(Nelson 2006)
subclassTetrapodomorpha()
Tetrapoda()
Reptiliomorpha
Anthracosauria
Batrachosauria()
Cotylosauria()
Amniota
Synapsida()
RankNameAuthor
Therapsida()
infraorderCynodontia()
Epicynodontia
infraorderEucynodontia
Probainognathia
Mammaliamorpha
Mammaliaformes
classMammalia
subclassTribosphenida()
infraclassEutheria()
Placentalia
EuarchontogliresMurphy et al. 2001
Euarchonta
orderPrimates
familyOmomyidae
subfamilyAnaptomorphinae(Cope 1883)
tribeTetoniina(Abel 1931)
genusTetonoides
speciespearcei

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.

Diagnosis
No diagnoses are available