R. E. Fordyce 2002

Full reference
R. E. Fordyce. 2002. Simocetus rayi (Odontoceti, Simocetidae, new family); a bizarre new archaic Oligocene dolphin from the eastern North Pacific. Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 93:185-222 [M. Uhen/M. Uhen/M. Uhen]
Metadata
ID number:  12043
Created:  2004-11-22 08:29:41
Modified:  2004-11-22 10:29:41
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Comments: Cenozoic mammals of land and sea; tributes to the career of Clayton E. Ray
Taxonomic names (3)
Taxonomic opinions (13) - view classification
'Agorophiidae belongs to Odontoceti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2002
'Archaeodelphis patrius belongs to Archaeodelphis' according to R. E. Fordyce 2002
'Archaeodelphis belongs to Odontoceti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2002
'Colophonodon holmesii is a nomen dubium' according to R. E. Fordyce 2002
'Mirocetus riabinini belongs to Mirocetus' according to R. E. Fordyce 2002
'Mirocetus belongs to Odontoceti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2002
'Oligosqualodon is a nomen nudum' according to R. E. Fordyce 2002
'Phoca modesta is a nomen dubium' according to R. E. Fordyce 2002
'Simocetidae belongs to Odontoceti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2002
'Simocetus rayi belongs to Simocetus' according to R. E. Fordyce 2002
'Simocetus belongs to Simocetidae' according to R. E. Fordyce 2002
'Squalodon debilis is a nomen dubium' according to R. E. Fordyce 2002
'Squalodon protervus is a nomen dubium' according to R. E. Fordyce 2002
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