G. Mayr and I. Weidig 2004

Full reference
G. Mayr and I. Weidig. 2004. The Early Eocene bird Gallinuloides wyomingensis — a stem group representative of Galliformes. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 49(2):211-217 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy/J. Alroy]
Metadata
ID number:  28431
Created:  2008-11-09 15:31:18
Modified:  2008-11-19 19:26:06
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (19) - view classification
'Amitabha belongs to Galliformes' according to G. Mayr and I. Weidig 2004
'Archaealectrornis belongs to Galliformes' according to G. Mayr and I. Weidig 2004
'Cracidae belongs to Galliformes' according to G. Mayr and I. Weidig 2004
'Gallinuloides belongs to Gallinuloididae' according to G. Mayr and I. Weidig 2004
'Gallinuloididae belongs to Galliformes' according to G. Mayr and I. Weidig 2004
'Megapodidae is corrected as Megapodiidae and belongs to Galliformes' according to G. Mayr and I. Weidig 2004
'Palaeobonasa wyomingensis is recombined as Gallinuloides wyomingensis' according to C. R. Eastman 1900
'Palaeobonasa wyomingensis is recombined as Gallinuloides wyomingensis' according to G. Mayr and I. Weidig 2004
'Paraortygidae belongs to Galliformes' according to G. Mayr and I. Weidig 2004
'Paraortygoides messelensis belongs to Paraortygoides' according to G. Mayr 2000
'Paraortygoides messelensis belongs to Paraortygoides' according to G. Mayr and I. Weidig 2004
'Paraortygoides belongs to Gallinuloididae' according to G. Mayr and I. Weidig 2004
'Phasianidae belongs to Galliformes' according to G. Mayr and I. Weidig 2004
'Procrax belongs to Galliformes' according to G. Mayr and I. Weidig 2004
'Quercymegapodiidae belongs to Galliformes' according to G. Mayr and I. Weidig 2004
'Taoperdix belongs to Galliformes' according to G. Mayr and I. Weidig 2004
'Tetrao pessieti belongs to Tetrao' according to Gervais 1862
'Tetrao pessieti is recombined as Taoperdix pessieti' according to Milne-Edwards 1869
'Tetrao pessieti is recombined as Taoperdix pessieti' according to G. Mayr and I. Weidig 2004