Anexo:Cetáceos fósiles

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Cetáceos fósiles
Basilosaurus cetoides.jpg
Reino: Animalia
Filo: Chordata
Clase: Mammalia
Orden: Cetacea
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Esta lista sólo indica a las especies fósiles de cetáceos, por lo tanto, no incluye al baiji (Lipotes vexillifer), a pesar de estar considerado extinto desde el año 2006.


Suborder Archaeoceti[editar]

Family Ambulocetidae[editar]


Family Basilosauridae[editar]

(Late Eocene)

Basilosaurus cetoides reconstruction

Family Kekenodontidae[editar]


Family Pakicetidae[editar]

(Early to Middle Eocene)

Ambulocetus skeleton in front and Pakicetus behind

Family Protocetidae[editar]


Rhodocetus kasrani reconstruction

Family Remingtonocetidae[editar]


Suborder Mysticeti[editar]

Family Aetiocetidae[editar]


Aetiocetus restoration

Family Llanocetidae[editar]

(Late Eocene)

Family Mammalodontidae[editar]

(jr synonym Janjucetidae)

(Late Oligocene)

Clade Chaeomysticeti[editar]

Superfamily Eomysticetoidea[editar]

Family Cetotheriopsidae[editar]

(Oligocene to Miocene)

Family Eomysticetidae[editar]


Superfamily Balaenoidea[editar]

Family Balaenidae[editar]

(Oligocene to Recent)

Family Neobalaenidae[editar]

(Miocene to Recent)

Clade Thalassotherii[editar]

Family Cetotheriidae[editar]

(Miocene - Recent)

Classification follows Steeman, 2007.[7]

Cetotherium restoration
Superfamiliy Balaenopteroidea[editar]
Eobalaenoptera skeleton
Family Aglaocetidae[editar]

(Miocene to Pliocene)

Family Balaenopteridae[editar]

(Oligocene to Recent)

Family Diorocetidae[editar]

(Miocene to Pliocene)

Family Eschrichtiidae[editar]

(Miocene to Recent)

Family Pelocetidae[editar]


Family Tranatocetidae[editar]
Family incertae sedis[editar]

Suborder Odontoceti[editar]

Basal forms[editar]

Family Agorophiidae[editar]

(Late Oligocene)

Family Ashleycetidae[editar]

(Early Oligocene)

Family Mirocetidae[editar]

(Early Oligocene)

Family Patriocetidae[editar]

(Oligocene to Early Miocene)

Family Simocetidae[editar]

(Late Oligocene)

Family Xenorophidae[editar]


Superfamily Squalodontoidea[editar]

Family Prosqualodontidae[editar]

(Oligocene to Miocene)

Family Squalodontidae[editar]

(Oligocene to Pliocene)

Family Waipatiidae[editar]


Superfamily Physeteroidea[editar]

Family Kogiidae[editar]

(Miocene to recent)

Family Physeteridae[editar]

Family incertae sedis[editar]

Superfamily "Eurhinodelphinoidea"[editar]

Family Argyrocetidae[editar]

(Late Oligocene to Early Miocene)

Family Eoplatanistidae[editar]


Family Eurhinodelphinidae[editar]

(Mid Miocene to Pliocene)

Superfamily Platanistoidea[editar]

Family Allodelphinidae[editar]

(Early to Middle Miocene)

Family Dalpiazinidae[editar]

(Late Oligocene to Miocene)

Family Platanistidae[editar]

(Miocene to Recent)

Family Squalodelphinidae[editar]

(Early to Late Miocene)

Superfamily Ziphioidea[editar]

Family Squaloziphiidae[editar]

(Early Miocene)

Family Ziphiidae[editar]

(Miocene to Recent)

Classification after Bianucci et al. 2013[21]

Clade Delphinida[editar]

Superfamily Delphinoidea[editar]

Family Albireonidae[editar]

(Miocene to Pliocene)

Family Delphinidae[editar]
Etruridelphis giulii

(Oligocene to Recent)

Family Kentriodontidae[editar]

(Late Oligocene - Middle Miocene)

Kentriodon reconstruction
Family Monodontidae[editar]

(Miocene to Pliocene)

Family Odobenocetopsidae[editar]


Odobenocetops reconstruction
Family Phocoenidae[editar]

(Miocene to Recent)

Family incertae sedis[editar]

Superfamily Inioidea[editar]

Family Iniidae[editar]
Family Pontoporiidae[editar]

(Middle Miocene to Recent)

Superfamily Lipotoidea[editar]

Family Lipotidae[editar]

(Miocene to Recent)

Family incertae sedis[editar]

Véase también[editar]

Páginas externas[editar]


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