C. F. Kammerer et al. 2015

Full reference
C. F. Kammerer, R. M. H. Smith, M. O. Day and B. S. Rubidge. 2015. New information on the morphology and stratigraphic range of the mid‐Permian gorgonopsian Eriphostoma microdon Broom, 1911. Papers in Palaeontology [R. Butler/R. Butler]
Metadata
ID number:  57888
Created:  2016-02-02 23:04:32
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1002/spp2.1012
Taxonomic names (1)
Taxonomic opinions (13) - view classification
'Arctognathoides breviceps belongs to Arctognathoides' according to Boonstra 1934
'Broomisaurus planiceps is a nomen dubium' according to C. F. Kammerer et al. 2015
'Eoarctops vanderbyli is a subjective synonym of Eriphostoma microdon' according to C. F. Kammerer et al. 2015
'Eoarctops is a subjective synonym of Eriphostoma' according to C. F. Kammerer et al. 2015
'Eriphostoma microdon belongs to Eriphostoma' according to C. F. Kammerer et al. 2015
'Eriphostoma belongs to Gorgonopsia' according to C. F. Kammerer et al. 2015
'Galesuchus gracilis is a subjective synonym of Eriphostoma microdon' according to C. F. Kammerer et al. 2015
'Galesuchus is a subjective synonym of Eriphostoma' according to C. F. Kammerer et al. 2015
'Scylacognathus major is a nomen dubium' according to C. F. Kammerer et al. 2015
'Scylacognathus parvus is a subjective synonym of Eriphostoma microdon' according to C. F. Kammerer et al. 2015
'Scylacognathus is a subjective synonym of Eriphostoma' according to C. F. Kammerer et al. 2015
'Scymnorhinus planiceps is recombined as Broomisaurus planiceps' according to Joleaud 1920
'Scymnorhinus is replaced by Broomisaurus' according to Joleaud 1920