B. J. Welton 2013

Full reference
B. J. Welton. 2013. A New Archaic Basking Shark (Lamniformes, Cetorhinidae) from the Late Eocene of Western Oregon, USA, and Description of the Dentition, Gill Rakers and Vertebrae of the Recent Basking Shark Cetorhinus Maximus (Gunnerus). New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 58:1-48 [A. Hendy/A. Hendy]
Metadata
ID number:  52739
Created:  2014-09-15 21:00:21
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (8) - view classification
'Cetorhinidae belongs to Lamniformes' according to B. J. Welton 2013
'Cetorhinus parvus is recombined as Keasius parvus' according to B. J. Welton 2013
'Cetorhinus belongs to Cetorhinidae' according to B. J. Welton 2013
'Keasius taylori belongs to Keasius' according to B. J. Welton 2013
'Keasius belongs to Cetorhinidae' according to B. J. Welton 2013
'Lamniformes belongs to Galeomorphi' according to B. J. Welton 2013
'Praecetorhinus is replaced by Keasius' according to B. J. Welton 2013
'Squalus maximus is recombined as Cetorhinus maximus' according to B. J. Welton 2013
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