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Scrotifera

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Scrotifera
Rango fossile: Paleoceno - recente
66–0 Ma

Classification scientific
Regno: Animalia
Phylo: Chordata
Classe: Mammalia
Subclasse: Theria
Infraclasse: Placentalia
Superlegion: Boreoeutheria
Legion: Laurasiatheria
Sublegion
Scrotifera
Waddell et al., 1999[1]
Synonymia
  • Variamana (Springer, 2005)[2]
Subdivision

Scrotifera es un sublegion de mammiferos placentari.

Classification[modificar | modificar fonte]

Supertaxones[modificar | modificar fonte]

Phylogenia[modificar | modificar fonte]

Segundo Foley et al. (2023), le cladogramma interne a Laurasiatheria es le sequente:[3]

 Placentalia 

 Atlantogenata


 Boreoeutheria 

 Euarchontoglires


 Laurasiatheria 

 Eulipotyphla


 Scrotifera 

 Chiroptera


 Fereuungulata 

 Cetartiodactyla Capra walie Eubalaena glacialis


 Zooamata 

 Perissodactyla Diceros bicornis


 Ferae 

 Pholidota Manidae



 Carnivora Zalophus californianus










Referentias[modificar fonte]

  1. "Using Novel Phylogenetic Methods to Evaluate Mammalian mtDNA, Including Amino Acid-Invariant Sites-LogDet plus Site Stripping, to Detect Internal Conflicts in the Data, with Special Reference to the Positions of Hedgehog, Armadillo, and Elephant" (in en) (1999-03-01). Systematic Biology 48 (1): 31–53. doi:10.1080/106351599260427. ISSN 1076-836X. PMID 12078643. 
  2. Springer M. S., Murphy W. J., Eizirik E., O'Brien S. J. In: "Placental Mammals: Origins and Relationships of the Major Clades." Rose K. D., Archibald J., editor. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins; (2005.) "Molecular evidence for major placental clades"; pp. 37–49
  3. Nicole M. Foley, Victor C. Mason, Andrew J. Harris, Kevin R. Bredemeyer, Joana Damas, Harris A. Lewin, Eduardo Eizirik, John Gatesy, Elinor K. Karlsson, Kerstin Lindblad-Toh, Zoonomia Consortium, Mark S. Springer & William J. Murphy (2023-04-28). "A genomic timescale for placental mammal evolution". Science 380 (6643). doi:10.1126/science.abl8189.