A. J. Ross et al. 2018

Full reference
A. J. Ross, G. D. Edgecombe, and N. D. L. Clark. 2018. Systematic palaeontology, in A new terrestrial millipede fauna of earliest Carboniferous (Tournaisian) age from southeastern Scotland helps fill 'Romer’s Gap'. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 108:99-110 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham]
Metadata
ID number:  66641
Created:  2018-08-24 19:48:29
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (9) - view classification
'Archidesmida belongs to Archipolypoda' according to A. J. Ross et al. 2018
'Archipolypoda was reranked as a superorder and belongs to Helminthomorpha' according to A. J. Ross et al. 2018
'Chilognatha was reranked as a subclass and belongs to Diplopoda' according to A. J. Ross et al. 2018
'Helminthomorpha was reranked as a infraclass and belongs to Chilognatha' according to A. J. Ross et al. 2018
'Pattonia couttsi is a nomen vanum' according to A. J. Ross et al. 2018
'Pattonia is a nomen vanum' according to A. J. Ross et al. 2018
'Woodesmidae belongs to Archipolypoda' according to A. J. Ross et al. 2018
'Woodesmus sheari belongs to Woodesmus' according to A. J. Ross et al. 2018
'Woodesmus belongs to Woodesmidae' according to A. J. Ross et al. 2018