T. Kotsakis et al. 2004

Full reference
T. Kotsakis, M. Delfino, and P. Piras. 2004. Italian Cenozoic crocodilians: taxa, timing and palaeobiogeographic implications. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 210:67-87 [P. Mannion/P. Mannion]
Metadata
ID number:  46758
Created:  2013-05-10 19:44:50
Modified:  2013-05-10 04:44:50
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (14) - view classification
'Asiatosuchus monsvialensis is a subjective synonym of Diplocynodon ratelii' according to Brinkman and Rauhe 1998
'Crocodylus bolcensis belongs to Crocodylus' according to Sacco 1895
'Crocodylus bolcensis is a nomen dubium' according to T. Kotsakis et al. 2004
'Crocodylus dalpiazi belongs to Crocodylus' according to Fabiani 1915
'Crocodylus gaudense belongs to Crocodylus' according to Hulke 1871
'Crocodylus gaudense is recombined as Tomistoma gaudense' according to Lydekker 1886
'Crocodylus monsvialensis belongs to Crocodylus' according to Fabiani 1914
'Crocodylus monsvialensis is recombined as Asiatosuchus monsvialensis' according to Franco and Piccoli 1993
'Crocodylus vicetinus belongs to Crocodylus' according to Lioy 1865
'Crocodylus vicetinus is a nomen dubium' according to T. Kotsakis et al. 2004
'Diplocynodon dalpiazi is a subjective synonym of Diplocynodon ratelii' according to Brinkman and Rauhe 1998
'Melitosaurus champsoides belongs to Melitosaurus' according to Owen 1850
'Tomistoma calaritanus [misspelled as Tomistoma calaritanum] belongs to Tomistoma' according to T. Kotsakis et al. 2004
'Tomistoma lyceense is a nomen dubium' according to T. Kotsakis et al. 2004