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Re: "Cetiformes" and Dinosauriformes
On Wed, 26 Sep 2001, Jaime A. Headden wrote:
> "Archaeocetes" is now used only to signify a group of whale-ancestors that
> are not
> members of the extant whale clade (Odontoceti + Mysticeti) [some one refresh
> my memory if this has
> been named].
I think it's been called both Autoceta and Cetacea (a strict, crown-group
application of the name).
(This is pretty off-topic, but I'm enjoying it....)
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