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† Palaeophiidae

Palaeophiidae

Additional Functions

Grouping

Belong­ing to

Gaeabionta  ⇒ Domäne: Eukaryota  ⇒ Reich: Animalia  ⇒ Mittelreich: Eumetazoa  ⇒ Klade: Triploblastica  ⇒ Klade: Nephrozoa  ⇒ Abzweig: Deuterostomia  ⇒ Stamm: Chordata  ⇒ Unterstamm: Vertebrata  ⇒ Infrastamm: Gnathostomata  ⇒ Superklasse: Tetrapoda  ⇒ Serie: Amniota  ⇒ Klade: Sauropsida  ⇒ Infraklasse: Eureptilia  ⇒ ohne Rang: Romeriida  ⇒ Unterklasse: Diapsida  ⇒ Klade: Eosuchia  ⇒ Klade: Neodiapsida  ⇒ Klade: Sauria (Klade)  ⇒ ohne Rang: Lepidosauromorpha  ⇒ Superordnung: Lepidosauria  ⇒ Ordnung: Squamata  ⇒ Unterordnung: Ophidia  ⇒ Klade: Serpentes  ⇒ Infraordnung: Alethinophidia

Taxo­nomic seg­ment

Familie

This mentioned taxonomy is an attempt to make an conclusive assignment from the different classifications of various scientists. Because the taxonomy may change due to the latest investigative methods and other findings, our map is a guide only.

Name from

Corre­spond­ing author (Name, Year)

Lydekker, 1888

Other languages

scientific

Palaeophiidae

Lebenszeitraum in Million Jahren (Ma)

Start age: 66 Ma - End age: 33.9 Ma
Phanerozoic
(Phanerozoikum)
Cenozoic
(Känozoikum)
Mesozoic
(Mesozoikum)
Paleogene
(Paläogen)
Cretaceous
(Kreide)
Eocene
(Eozän)
Paleocene
(Paläozän)
Upper/Late Cretaceous
(Obere Kreide)
Priabonian
(Priabonium)
Bartonian
(Bartonium)
Lutetian
(Lutetium)
Ypresian
(Ypresium)
Thanetian
(Thanetium)
Selandian
(Selandium)
Danian
(Danium)
Maastrichtian
(Maastricht)
33.9
37
37
40.4
40.4
48.6
48.6
55.8
55.8
58.7
58.7
61.7
61.7
65.5
65.5
70.6

Additional data by PBDB, License: CC BY

Motility: actively mobile
Environment: terrestrial
Compositon of the remains:

phosphatic

Reference- and Source indication, Literature

Next lower taxonomy level

On the same taxonomic level (siblings) (Count: 14)

Taxonomic assignment (32)

References by PBDB, License: CC BY

  • G. L. Georgialis, 2020 - Italy’s largest snake: Redescription of Palaeophis oweni from the Eocene of Monte Duello, near Verona - Acta Palaeontologica Polonica (65), - (journal article, English)
  • J. A. McCartney, 2018 - Large palaeophiid and nigerophiid snakes from Paleogene Trans-Saharan Seaway deposits of Mali - Acta Palaeontologica Polonica (63), 207-220 (journal article, English)
  • J. A. McCartney, 2016 - A late Eocene snake fauna from the Fayum Depression, Egypt - Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (36), e1029- (journal article, English)
  • A. Houssaye, 2013 - New highlights about the enigmatic marine snake Palaeophis maghrebianus (Palaeophiidae; Palaeophiinae) from the Ypresian (Lower Eocene) Phosphates of Morocco - Palaeontology (), - (journal article, English)
  • E. A. Zvonok, 2012 - New findings of snakes of the genus Palaeophis Owen, 1841 (Acrochordoidea: Palaeophiidae) from the Middle Eocene of Crimea - Proceedings of the Zoological Institute RAS (316), 392-400 (journal article, English)
  • H. V. Kristensen, 2012 - Earliest record of the fossil snake Palaeophis from the Paleocene/Eocene boundary in Denmark - Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (183), 621-625 (journal article, English)
  • P. B. Snetkov, 2011 - Vertebrae of the sea snake Palaeophis nessovi Averianov (Acrochordoidea, Palaeophiidae) from the Eocene of Western Kazakhstan and phylogenetic analysis of the Superfamily Acrochordoidea - Palaeontological Journal (45), 305-313 (journal article, English)
  • J.-C. Rage, 2008 - A diverse snake fauna from the early Eocene of Vastan Lignite Mine, Gujarat, India - Acta Palaeontologica Polonica (53), 391-403 (journal article, English)
  • S. Bajpai, 2008 - An early Eocene palaeopheid snake from Vastan Lignite Mine, Gujarat, India - Gondwana Geological Magazine (22), 85-90 (journal article, English)
  • D. Parmley, 2005 - Palaeopheid snakes from the Late Eocene Hardie Mine local fauna of central Georgia - Southeastern Naturalist (4), 703-722 (journal article, English)
  • J.-C. Rage, 2003 - Early Eocene snakes from Kutch, western India, with a review of the Palaeophiidae. - Geodiversitas (25), 695-716 (journal article, )
  • J. J. Sepkoski, Jr., 2002 - A compendium of fossil marine animal genera - Bulletins of American Paleontology (363), 1-560 (serial monograph, English)
  • A. O. Averianov, 1997 - Paleogene sea snakes from the eastern part of Tethys - Russian Journal of Herpetology (4), 128-142 (journal article, )
  • R. E. Weems, 1985 - Vertebrate biozones of the Pamunkey Group (Paleocene and Eocene, Maryland and Virginia) - Stratigraphy and paleontology of the outcropping Tertiary beds in the Pamunkey River region, central Virginia Coastal Plain -- Guidebook for Atlantic Coastal Plain Geological Association 1984 field Trip: Atlantic Coastal Plain Geological Association (), 198-209 (book/book chapter, English)
  • J.-C. Rage, 1983 - Palaeophis colossaeus nov. sp. (le plus grand Seprent connu?) de l’Eocène du Mali et le problème du genre chez les Palaeopheinae - Comptes Rendus à l’ Académie des Sciences, Paris, Sciences de la Terre et des Planètes (2), 1741-1744 (journal article, French)
  • J. A. Holman, 1982 - Palaeophis casei, new species, a tiny palaeophid snake from the Early Eocene of Mississippi - Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (2), 163-166 (journal article, English)
  • R. Hoffstetter, 1958 - Un serpent marin du genre Pterosphenus (Pt. Sheppardi nov. sp.) dans L’Éocène supérieur de L’Équateur (Amérique de Sud) - Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (6), 45-50 (journal article, French)
  • C. Arambourg, 1952 - Les vertébrés fossiles des gisments de phosphates (Maroc- Algérie- Tunisie) - Service Geologique du Maroc, Notes et Mémoires (92), 1-372 (journal article, French)
  • W. Lynn, 1934 - A new snake Paleophis virginianus from the Eocene of Virginia - John Hopkins University Studies in Geology (11), 245-249 (serial monograph, English)
  • C. W. Andrews, 1906 - - A Descriptive Catalogue of the Tertiary Vertebrata of Fayum, Egypt (), 1-324 (book, English)
  • O. P. Hay, 1902 - - Bibliography and Catalogue of the Fossil Vertebrata of North America. Bulletin of the United States Geological Survey (179), 1-868 (serial monograph, English)
  • C. W. Andrews, 1901 - Preliminary Note on some recently discovered extinct vertebrates from Egypt - Geological Magazine (8), 436-444 (journal article, English)
  • F. A. Lucas, 1898 - A new snake from the Eocene of Alabama - United States National Museum Proceedings (21), 637-638 (journal article, English)
  • R. Lydekker, 1888 - Notes on Tertiary Lacertilia and Ophidia - Geological Magazine (5), 110-113 (journal article, )
  • E. D. Cope, 1870 - - Synopsis of the Extinct Batrachia, Reptilia and Aves of North America. Part II. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, New Series (14), 105-235 (serial monograph, English)
  • O. C. Marsh, 1869 - Description of a new and gigantic fossil serpent (Dinophis grandis), from the Tertiary of New Jersey - American Journal of Arts and Sciences (48), 397-400 (journal article, English)
  • E. D. Cope, 1868 - On some Cretaceous Reptilia - Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (20), 233-242 (journal article, English)
  • A Massalongo, 1859 - - Specimen photographicum animalium quorundam plantaumque fossilium agri veronensis. (), - (book/book chapter, other)
  • R. Owen, 1849 - A History of British Fossil Reptiles, Part I - (), 1-328 (book, English)
  • E. D. Cope, 1847 - [A new species of Ophidia from New Jersey] - Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (20), 147- (journal article, English)

IDs

GUSID (Global unique identifier short form) 7ZejM1DCx0qyFqBkl3CqVg
GUID (Global unique identifier) 33A397ED-C250-4AC7-B216-A0649770AA56
Database ID 14916