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Mammalia - Primates - Omomyidae
It was synonymized subjectively with Anaptomorphus by Cope (1877) and Hay (1902).
It was assigned to Pseudolemuridae by Schlosser (1877); to Anaptomorphinae by Wortman (1904); to Omomyinae by Simpson (1940); to Omomyidae by Leidy (1873), Gazin (1958) and McKenna and Bell (1997); and to Washakiini by Szalay (1976), Honey (1990), Muldoon and Gunnell (2002), Gunnell and Rose (2002) and Holroyd and Strait (2008).
|Year||Name and author|
|1877||Washakius Schlosser p. 34|
|1904||Washakius Wortman p. 208|
|1940||Washakius Simpson p. 198|
|1976||Washakius Szalay p. 296|
|1990||Washakius Honey p. 211|
|1997||Washakius McKenna and Bell|
|2002||Washakius Gunnell and Rose p. 46|
|2002||Washakius Muldoon and Gunnell p. 493|
|2008||Washakius Holroyd and Strait p. 254|
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