Detalles de taxonomia para Cordados (Filo Chordata)

Relación: Coinciden

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Filo Chordata (padre: Reino Animalia) Coinciden Filo Chordata (padre: Reino Animalia)
Creado por loarie el 08 de febrero de 2019

Define un Marco de Taxones para Chordata cuya fuente es World Register of Marine Species (WoRMS)

Cobertura descendente: rango subespecie

Completado: sí

Superposición de los marcos de referencia de taxones descendentes: 22
Taxón adjunto Rango Rango de cobertura descendente Fuente
Cephalochordata subfilo Subespecie World Register of Marine Species (WoRMS)
Tunicata subfilo Subespecie World Register of Marine Species (WoRMS)
Actinopterygii Clase Subespecie Fishbase
Reptilia Clase Subespecie Reptile Database: 21 December 2019
Amphibia Clase Especie Amphibian Species of the World 6.0
Elasmobranchii Clase Subespecie Fishbase
Holocephali Clase Subespecie Fishbase
Myxini Clase Subespecie Fishbase
Sarcopterygii Clase Subespecie Fishbase
Cephalaspidomorphi Clase Subespecie Fishbase
Mammalia Clase Especie Mammal Diversity Database. 2019
Aves Clase Subespecie Clements Checklist v2019
Marsupialia Infraclase Especie Mammal Diversity Database. 2019
Afrotheria Superorden Especie Mammal Diversity Database. 2019
Xenarthra Superorden Especie Mammal Diversity Database. 2019
Chiroptera orden Especie Mammal Diversity Database. 2019
Eulipotyphla orden Especie Mammal Diversity Database. 2019
Carnivora orden Especie Mammal Diversity Database. 2019
Artiodactyla orden Especie Mammal Diversity Database. 2019
Rodentia orden Especie Mammal Diversity Database. 2019
Lagomorpha orden Especie Mammal Diversity Database. 2019
Primates orden Especie Mammal Diversity Database. 2019

Relaciones entre marcos de referencia de taxones: 13

Desviaciones: 2

Curadores de grupos:

Taxones marcados cubiertos: 1
Taxón marcado
Actinopterygii

Notas marco del taxón:

iNaturalist follows WoRMs for the Chordata. This phylum has 3 subphya:

  1. Cephalochordata
  2. Tunicata
  3. Vertebrata

The first 2 are marine only and quite small.

iNaturalist considers vertebrates to be Amphibians, Birds, Mammals, and Reptiles along with the 6 'fish' classes:
Actinopterygii (Ray-finned Fishes)
Cephalaspidomorphi (Lampreys)
Elasmobranchii (Elasmobranchs)
Holocephali (Chimaeras)
Myxini (Hagfishes)
Sarcopterygii (Lobe-finned Fishes)

While this framework is sourced to WoRMs, things are a bit of a mess:

1) WoRMs has Petromyzonti as distinct from Cephalaspidomorphi probably in error, these are synonyms.

2) Sarcopterygii traditionally referred to the Coelacanth (Coelacanthi) and the lungfish (Dipneusti). This is the circumscription that iNat is following. Then it was determined that the Tetrapods (Reptilia, Mammalia, Aves, Amphibia) were nested inside Sarcopterygii. WoRMs elevated Dipneusti and Coelacanthi to class presumably in a step towards resolving this. But they left Sarcopterygii as a sibling rather than an ancestor of these taxa. They also keep them all in the non-monophyletic Pisces (jawed fishes) which they have as sister to Tetrapoda.
iNat keeps the non-monophyletic traditional Sarcopterygii and has it grafted alongside the other jawed vertebrates directly to the subphlyum.
WoRM's Gnathostomata and Tetrapoda are monophlyetic groups and we should probably add them, but there will be a large indexing load so waiting for a good time..

Each of the Vertebrate classes have their own frameworks attached to them with other sources (e.g. Fishbase) which take precedence over WoRMs for their descendants