J. J. Flynn et al. 2002

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J. J. Flynn, M. J. Novacek, H. E. Dodson, D. Frassinetti, M. C. McKenna, M. A. Norell, K. E. Sears, C. C. Swisher, III, and A. R. Wyss. 2002. A new fossil mammal assemblage from the southern Chilean Andes: implications for geology, geochronology, and tectonics. Journal of South American Earth Sciences 15(3):285-302 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy]
Metadata
ID number:  24282
Created:  2007-05-14 10:50:57
Modified:  2007-05-14 12:50:57
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (6) - view classification
'Acdestinae belongs to Palaeothentidae' according to J. J. Flynn et al. 2002
'Caenolestoidea belongs to Marsupialia' according to J. J. Flynn et al. 2002
'Palaeothentes smeti belongs to Palaeothentes' according to J. J. Flynn et al. 2002
'Palaeothentes belongs to Palaeothentinae' according to J. J. Flynn et al. 2002
'Palaeothentidae belongs to Caenolestoidea' according to J. J. Flynn et al. 2002
'Palaeothentinae belongs to Palaeothentidae' according to J. J. Flynn et al. 2002
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