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Listriodontinaegroup is extinct

Containing group: Suidae


Fortelius, M., J. van der Made, and R. L. Bernor. 1996. A new listriodont suid, Bunolistriodon meidamon sp nov, from the middle Miocene of Anatolia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 16(1):149-164.

McKenna, M. C. and S. K. Bell. 1997. Classification of Mammals Above the Species Level. Columbia University Press, New York.

Pickford, M. and J. Morales. 2003. New Listriodontinae (Mammalia, Suidae) from Europe and a review of listriodont evolution, biostratigraphy and biogeography. Geodiversitas 25(2):347-404.

van der Made, J. 1996. Listriodontinae (Suidae, Mammalia), their evolution, systematics and distribution in time and space. Contributions to Tertiary and Quarternary Geology 33(1-4):3-254.

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