R. E. Fordyce 2003

Full reference
R. E. Fordyce. 2003. Cetacean evolution and Eocene-Oligocene oceans revisited. From Greenhouse to Icehouse: The Marine Eocene-Oligocene Transition 154-170 [M. Uhen/M. Uhen]
Metadata
ID number:  24356
Created:  2007-05-21 08:18:08
Modified:  2007-05-21 10:18:08
Publication type:  book/book chapter
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (24) - view classification
'Aetiocetidae belongs to Mysticeti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Agorophius belongs to Odontoceti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Ambulocetidae belongs to Archaeoceti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Balaenidae belongs to Mysticeti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Balaenopteridae belongs to Mysticeti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Basilosauridae belongs to Archaeoceti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Cetotheriinae was reranked as the family Cetotheriidae and belongs to Mysticeti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Cetotheriopsis belongs to Mysticeti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Cetotherium rathkii belongs to Cetotherium' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Cetotherium belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Eschrichtiidae belongs to Mysticeti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Herpetocetus belongs to Cetotheriidae' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Llanocetidae belongs to Mysticeti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Mammalodontidae belongs to Mysticeti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Mauicetus belongs to Mysticeti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Mysticeti belongs to Neoceti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Neobalaenidae belongs to Mysticeti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Odontoceti belongs to Neoceti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Pakicetinae was reranked as the family Pakicetidae and belongs to Archaeoceti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Phococetus belongs to Cetacea' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Platyosphys belongs to Cetacea' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Protocetidae belongs to Archaeoceti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Remingtonocetidae belongs to Archaeoceti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
'Squalodon (Microzeuglodon) wingei is an invalid subgroup of Odontoceti' according to R. E. Fordyce 2003
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