https://mapress.com/bpn/issue/feed Bulletin of Phylogenetic Nomenclature 2022-08-19T13:57:24+12:00 Kevin de Queiroz dequeirozk@si.edu Open Journal Systems <p>The Bulletin of Phylogenetic Nomenclature is a peer-reviewed journal of the <a href="http://phylonames.org/">International Society for Phylogenetic Nomenclature</a> (ISPN) that aims to publish articles essential to the operation of the International Code of Phylogenetic Nomenclature (ICPN) but which might not be appropriate for publication in other journals.</p> https://mapress.com/bpn/article/view/bpn.1.1.1 <p><strong>Addition to “The Phylogenetics of <em>Teleosauroidea</em> (<em>Crocodylomorpha</em>; <em>Thalattosuchia</em>) and Implications for Their Ecology and Evolution”</strong></p> 2022-07-31T00:16:19+12:00 Michela M. Johnson michela.johnson@smns-bw.de Mark T. Young Mark.Young@ed.ac.uk Arnaud Brignon arnaud.brignon@yahoo.com Stephen L. Brusatte stephen.brusatte@ed.ac.uk <p>Johnson <em>et al.</em> (2020a) provided a comprehensive overview of <em>Teleosauroidea</em>, a diverse group of Mesozoic crocodylomorphs that lived in freshwater-to-marine ecosystems across the world. Johnson <em>et al.</em> (2020a) performed numerous phylogenetic analyses on <em>Teleosauroidea</em> and used them to establish a new taxonomic framework for this long-neglected clade. However, therein the numerous new teleosauroid clades were not properly registered in accordance with the <em>International Code of Phylogenetic Nomenclature</em> (PhyloCode). Herein we correct this error. We also replace the clade name <em>Aeolodontinae</em> with <em>Aeolodontini</em>, to ensure we do not inadvertently create two different names for this clade under the PhyloCode and the <em>International Code of Zoological Nomenclature</em>.</p> <p> </p> 2022-08-19T00:00:00+12:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Magnolia Press Limited