X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996

Full reference
X. Wang and R. H. Tedford. 1996. In D. R. Prothero, R. J. Emry (eds.), The Terrestrial Eocene-Oligocene Transition in North America [J. Alroy/J. Alroy/M. Uhen]
Metadata
ID number:  3557
Created:  2001-03-02 15:01:33
Modified:  2017-12-27 14:01:25
Publication type:  book/book chapter
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (17) - view classification
'Brachyrhynchocyon sesnoni is recombined as Osbornodon sesnoni' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
'Canis brachypus is recombined as Osbornodon brachypus' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
'Canis gregarius is recombined as Hesperocyon gregarius' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
'Canis lippincottianus is a nomen dubium' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
'Cynodesmus thooides belongs to Cynodesmus' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
'Hesperocyon wilsoni is recombined as Prohesperocyon wilsoni' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
'Hesperocyon belongs to Hesperocyoninae' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
'Mesocyon geringensis is recombined as Sunkahetanka geringensis' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
'Mesocyon iamonensis is recombined as Osbornodon iamonensis' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
'Mesocyon robustus is recombined as Paraenhydrocyon robustus' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
'Miacis gracilis is a subjective synonym of Procynodictis vulpiceps' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
'Pseudocynodictis pavidus is recombined as Cormocyon pavidus' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
'Sunkahetanka belongs to Hesperocyoninae' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
'Temnocyon coryphaeus is recombined as Mesocyon coryphaeus' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
'Temnocyon josephi is recombined as Paraenhydrocyon josephi' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
'Temnocyon venator is a subjective synonym of Paraenhydrocyon wallovianus' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
'Temnocyon wallovianus is recombined as Paraenhydrocyon wallovianus' according to X. Wang and R. H. Tedford 1996
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