P. J. Lespérance and D. Desbiens 1995

Full reference
P. J. Lespérance and D. Desbiens. 1995. Selected Ordovician trilobites from the Lake St. John District of Quebec and their bearing on systematics. Paleontological Society Memoir 42:1-19 [P. Wagner/P. Wagner]
Metadata
ID number:  53465
Created:  2014-11-15 19:51:05
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (17) - view classification
'Bufoceraurus is a subjective synonym of Ceraurus' according to P. J. Lespérance and D. Desbiens 1995
'Ceraurus dentatus belongs to Ceraurus' according to Raymond and Barton 1913
'Ceraurus dentatus is recombined as Gabriceraurus dentatus' according to P. J. Lespérance and D. Desbiens 1995
'Ceraurus globulobatus belongs to Ceraurus' according to P. J. Lespérance and D. Desbiens 1995
'Ceraurus matranseris belongs to Ceraurus' according to Sinclair 1947
'Ceraurus matranseris belongs to Ceraurus' according to P. J. Lespérance and D. Desbiens 1995
'Ceraurus rarus is recombined as Walencrinuroides rarus' according to P. J. Lespérance and D. Desbiens 1995
'Encrinuroides capitonis is recombined as Frencrinuroides capitonis' according to P. J. Lespérance and D. Desbiens 1995
'Encrinuroides lapworthi is recombined as Walencrinuroides lapworthi' according to P. J. Lespérance and D. Desbiens 1995
'Encrinuroides uncatus belongs to Encrinuroides' according to Evitt and Tripp 1977
'Encrinuroides uncatus is recombined as Physemataspis (Prophysemataspis) uncatus' according to P. J. Lespérance and D. Desbiens 1995
'Encrinurus gibber is recombined as Frencrinuroides gibber' according to P. J. Lespérance and D. Desbiens 1995
'Frencrinuroides belongs to Encrinurinae' according to P. J. Lespérance and D. Desbiens 1995
'Physemataspis (Physemataspis) belongs to Physemataspis' according to Evitt and Tripp 1977
'Physemataspis (Prophysemataspis) belongs to Physemataspis' according to P. J. Lespérance and D. Desbiens 1995
'Walencrinuroides gelaisi belongs to Walencrinuroides' according to P. J. Lespérance and D. Desbiens 1995
'Walencrinuroides belongs to Encrinurinae' according to P. J. Lespérance and D. Desbiens 1995