K.D. Brett and S.R. Westrop 1996

Full reference
K.D. Brett and S.R. Westrop. 1996. Trilobites of the Lower Ordovician (Ibexian) For Cassin Formation, Champlain Valley Region, New York State and Vermont. Journal of Paleontology 70(3):408-427 [S. Peters/S. Peters]
Metadata
ID number:  14697
Created:  2005-09-30 14:48:58
Modified:  2005-09-30 16:48:58
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (17) - view classification
'Acidiphorus whittingtoni belongs to Acidiphorus' according to K.D. Brett and S.R. Westrop 1996
'Asaphus canalis belongs to Asaphus' according to Whitfield 1886
'Asaphus canalis is recombined as Isoteloides canalis' according to K.D. Brett and S.R. Westrop 1996
'Eleutherocentrus williamsi is recombined as Acidiphorus williamsi' according to K.D. Brett and S.R. Westrop 1996
'Goniotelina hesperia is recombined as Acidiphorus hesperia' according to K.D. Brett and S.R. Westrop 1996
'Goniotelina is a subjective synonym of Acidiphorus' according to K.D. Brett and S.R. Westrop 1996
'Goniotelus brevus is recombined as Acidiphorus brevus' according to K.D. Brett and S.R. Westrop 1996
'Goniotelus brighti is recombined as Acidiphorus brighti' according to K.D. Brett and S.R. Westrop 1996
'Goniotelus kindlei is recombined as Acidiphorus kindlei' according to K.D. Brett and S.R. Westrop 1996
'Goniotelus rostratus is recombined as Acidiphorus rostratus' according to K.D. Brett and S.R. Westrop 1996
'Goniotelus wahwahensis is recombined as Acidiphorus wahwahensis' according to K.D. Brett and S.R. Westrop 1996
'Holasaphus moorei is recombined as Acidiphorus moorei' according to K.D. Brett and S.R. Westrop 1996
'Isoteloides latimarginatus is a subjective synonym of Isoteloides canalis' according to K.D. Brett and S.R. Westrop 1996
'Isoteloides whitfieldi belongs to Isoteloides' according to Raymond 1910
'Isoteloides whitfieldi is a subjective synonym of Isoteloides canalis' according to K.D. Brett and S.R. Westrop 1996
'Nileus striatus belongs to Nileus' according to Whitfield 1897
'Nileus striatus is recombined as Benthamaspis striata' according to K.D. Brett and S.R. Westrop 1996
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