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Wilson & Reeder, eds. (2005): Comments: Includes Megaleia and Protemnodon (sensu Haltenorth, 1958); see Kirsch and Calaby (1977:17). Rationale for present usage of Macropus given by Calaby (1966). Ride (1962) discussed generic nomenclature for all Macropodinae. Van Gelder (1977b) included Thylogale and Wallabia in this genus, but see Kirsch and Calaby (1977:17) and Corbet and Hill (1980:17-18). Dawson and Flannery (1985) divided this genus into three subgenera: Macropus, Notamacropus and Osphranter; almost certainly Notamacropus ...