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Scaliola

Gastropoda - Sorbeoconcha - Acanthonematidae

Taxonomy
Scaliola was named by Adams (1860) [Sepkoski's age data: T Than R]. It is extant. Its type is Scaliola bella.

It was assigned to Dialidae by Kendrick (1990); to Scaliolidae by Pacaud and Le Renard (1995) and Lozouet (1998); and to Neotaenioglossa by Sepkoski (2002).

Species
Species lacking formal opinion data

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Synonymy list
YearName and author
1860Scaliola Adams
1990Scaliola Kendrick p. 31
1995Scaliola Pacaud and Le Renard p. 155
1998Scaliola Lozouet p. 90
2002Scaliola Sepkoski, Jr.

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Bilateria
EubilateriaAx 1987
Protostomia
Spiralia
superphylumLophotrochozoa
phylumMollusca
classGastropodaCuvier 1797
orderSorbeoconchaPonder and Lindberg 1997
superfamilyCerithioidea(Férussac 1819)
familyAcanthonematidae()
familyBatillariidae(Thiele 1929)
familyBrachytrematidae(Cossmann 1906)
familyCassiopidae(Beurlen 1967)
familyCerithiidae(Fleming 1822)
familyCryptaulacidaeGründel 1976
familyDialidaePonder 1991
familyDiastomatidae(Cossmann 1894)
familyEustomatidae(Cossmann 1906)
familyFaxiidaeRavn 1933
RankNameAuthor
familyLadinulidaeBandel 1992
familyLavigeriidaeThiele 1925
familyLitiopidae(Gray 1847)
familyMaoraxidaeBandel et al. 2000
familyMelanopsidae(Adams and Adams 1854)
familyMetacerithiidae(Cossmann 1906)
familyModulidaeFischer 1884
familyPachychilidaeTroschel 1857
familyPaludomidaeStoliczka 1868
familyPianaridaePchelintsev 1968
familyPlanaxidaeGray 1850
familyPleuroceridaeThiele 1929
familyPleuroceriidae(Thiele 1929)
familyPopenellidaeBandel 1992
familyPotamididae(Adams and Adams 1854)
familyProcerithiidaeCossmann 1905
familyPropupaspiridae
familyProstyliferidaeBandel 1992
familyScaliolidaeJousseaume 1912
genusScaliolaBandel 1992

If no rank is listed, the taxon is considered an unranked clade in modern classifications. Ranks may be repeated or presented in the wrong order because authors working on different parts of the classification may disagree about how to rank taxa.

Diagnosis
No diagnoses are available