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Lipotyphla

Source Data
SourceIDLink
Global Biodiversity Information Facility ID (GBIF)Not linked to a GBIF record.
PaleoBioDB ID (PBDB)57530https://paleobiodb.org/classic/checkTaxonInfo?taxon_no=57530
Rankorder (PBDB)
Taxonomy (PBDB)Life : Animalia : Chordata : Mammalia : Lipotyphla
Classification
(PBDB,GBIF)
RankNameAuthor
-Eukaryota
-OpisthokontaCavalier-Smith 1987
kingdomAnimalia
-TriploblasticaLankester 1877
-NephrozoaJondelius et al. 2002
-DeuterostomiaGrobben 1908
phylumChordataHaeckel 1847
subphylumVertebrataLamarck 1801
superclassGnathostomataGegenbauer 1874
-Osteichthyes
-SarcopterygiiRomer 1955
subclassDipnotetrapodomorpha
subclassTetrapodomorpha
-Tetrapoda
-ReptiliomorphaSäve-Söderbergh 1934
-AnthracosauriaSäve-Söderbergh 1934
-Batrachosauria
-Cotylosauria
-AmniotaHaeckel 1866
-Synapsida
-Therapsida
infraorderCynodontia
-EpicynodontiaHopson and Kitching 2001
infraorderEucynodontiaKemp 1982
-ProbainognathiaHopson 1990
-MammaliamorphaRowe 1988
-MammaliaformesRowe 1988
classMammaliaLinnaeus 1758
subclassTribosphenida
infraclassEutheria
-PlacentaliaOwen 1837
orderLipotyphlaHaeckel 1866
Opinions (PBDB)
NameRankOpinionEvidenceAuthor
Lipotyphlasuborderbelongs to Insectivorastated without evidenceGregory, 1910
Lipotyphlaorderbelongs to Eutheriastated without evidenceHooker, 1986
Lipotyphlaorderbelongs to Insectivorastated without evidenceKielan-Jaworowska et al., 2004
Lipotyphlaorderbelongs to Mammaliastated without evidenceTabuce et al., 2005
Lipotyphlaorderbelongs to Insectivorastated without evidenceLopatin, 2006
Lipotyphlaorderbelongs to Placentaliastated with evidenceWible et al., 2007
Lipotyphlaorderbelongs to Laurasiatheriastated without evidenceAsher and Helgen, 2010
Lipotyphlaorderbelongs to EutheriaimpliedVianey-Liaud et al., 2014
Status (PBDB)extant
Taxon Size (PBDB)439
Extant Size (PBDB)58 (13%)
First Recorded Appearance63.3 - 61.7 Ma
Paleocene
Environmentterrestrial (based on Eutheria)
Motilityactively mobile (based on Osteichthyes)
Dietinsectivore (based on Mammaliaformes)
Taphonomyphosphatic (based on Vertebrata)
Primary Reference (PBDB)J. J. Hooker. 1986. Mammals from the Bartonian (middle/late Eocene) of the Hampshire Basin, southern England. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) 39(4):191-478

Fossil Distribution

Subtaxa

NameStatusCommon Name(s)Fossil OccurrencesOldestYoungest
Centetidae
family
accepted (GBIF)
listed (PBDB)
Erinaceidae
family
accepted (GBIF)
listed (PBDB)
Hedgehog80861.7 Ma
Paleocene
0 Ma
Extant
Geolabididae
family
accepted (GBIF)
listed (PBDB)
20163.3 Ma
Paleocene
20.4 Ma
Miocene
Solenodontidae
family
accepted (GBIF)
listed (PBDB)
0 Ma
Extant
Talpidae
family
accepted (GBIF)
listed (PBDB)
Mole1,06341.3 Ma
Eocene
0 Ma
Extant

Synonymy List

YearName and Author
1866Lipotyphla Haeckel
1910Lipotyphla Gregory p. 464
1911Lipotyphla Jaekel p. 210
1986Lipotyphla Hooker p. 223
2004Lipotyphla Kielan-Jaworowska et al. pp. 494, 506
2005Lipotyphla Tabuce et al. p. 390
YearName and Author
2006Lipotyphla Lopatin
2006Lipotyphla Scott p. 1697
2007Lipotyphla Wible et al.
2010Lipotyphla Asher and Helgen p. 3 figs. Figure 1
2014Lipotyphla Vianey-Liaud et al. p. 576

References

Hooker J. J. (1986) Mammals from the Bartonian (middle/late Eocene) of the Hampshire Basin, southern England, Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) 39 4, 191-478
Gregory W. K. (1910) The orders of mammals, Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 27, 1-524
Jaekel O. (1911) , Die Wirbeltiere. Eine Übersicht über die Fossilen und Lebenden Formen [The Vertebrates. An Overview of the Fossil and Living Forms], viii-252
Kielan-Jaworowska Z., Cifelli R. L., et al (2004) Mammals from the age of dinosaurs: Origins, evolution, and structure, Columbia University Press, New York, 1-630
Tabuce R., Adnet S., et al (2005) Aznag (bassin d'Ouarzazate, Maroc), nouvelle localite a selaciens et mammiferes de l'Eocene moyen (Lutetien) d'Afrique, Bulletin de la societe Geologique du France 2005 176, 381-400
Lopatin A. V. (2006) Early Paleogene insectivore mammals of Asia and establishment of the major groups of Insectivora, Paleontological Journal 40 3, S205-S405
Scott C. S. (2006) A new erinaceid (Mammalia, Insectivora) from the Late Paleocene of western Canada, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 43 11, 1695-1709
Wible J. R., Rougier G. W., et al (2007) Cretaceous eutherians and Laurasian origin for placental mammals near the K/T boundary, Nature 447, 1003-1006
Asher R. J., Helgen K. M. (2010) Nomenclature and placental mammal phylogeny, BMC Evolutionary BIology 10 102, 1-9
Vianey-Liaud M., Comte B., et al (2014) A new early late Oligocene (MP 26) continental vertebrate fauna from Saint-Privat-des-Vieux (Alès Basin, Gard, Southern France), Geodiversitas 36 4, 565-622 doi:10.5252/g2014n4a4
Data courtesy of: PBDB: The Paleobiology Database, Creative Commons CC-BY licenced. , GBIF: the Global Biodiversity Information Facility, various licences, iDigBio, various licences, and EOL: The Encyclopedia of Life (Open Data Public Domain). Because fossils are made of minerals too!
Data courtesy of: PBDB: The Paleobiology Database, Creative Commons CC-BY licenced. , GBIF: the Global Biodiversity Information Facility, various licences, iDigBio, various licences, and EOL: The Encyclopedia of Life (Open Data Public Domain). Because fossils are made of minerals too!
 
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