B. S. Rubidge et al. 2023

Full reference
B. S. Rubidge, M. O. Day, and J. Benoit. 2023. First record of the rare dicynodont Colobodectes from the southern Karoo Basin of South Africa has implications for middle permian continental biostratigraphy. Journal of African Earth Sciences 208(105097) [E. Vlachos/F. Aspromonte]
Metadata
ID number:  86713
Created:  2023-12-04 14:50:57
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jafrearsci.2023.105097
Taxonomic opinions (5) - view classification
'Anomodontia belongs to Therapsida' according to B. S. Rubidge et al. 2023
'Colobodectes cluveri belongs to Colobodectes' according to B. S. Rubidge et al. 2023
'Colobodectes belongs to Dicynodontia' according to B. S. Rubidge et al. 2023
'Dicynodontia was reranked as a suborder and belongs to Anomodontia' according to B. S. Rubidge et al. 2023
'Therapsida was reranked as a unranked clade and belongs to Synapsida' according to B. S. Rubidge et al. 2023
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