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Gastropoda - Neogastropoda
It was reranked as Mangilia (Glyphostoma) by Martin (1904); it was reranked as Pleurotoma (Glyphostoma) by Toula (1911); it was reranked as Clathurella (Glyphostoma) by Berry (1942).
It was assigned to Mangilia by Martin (1904); to Pleurotoma by Toula (1911); to Gastropoda by Mansfield (1925); to Clathurella by Berry (1942); to Mangeliinae by Woodring (1928), MacNeil (1960), Olsson (1964) and Woodring (1970); to Neogastropoda by Sepkoski (2002); to Turridae by Gardner (1948), Todd (2001) and Baluk (2003); and to Clathurellinae by Rosenberg (2005).
|Year||Name and author|
|1904||Mangilia (Glyphostoma) Martin p. 154|
|1911||Pleurotoma (Glyphostoma) Toula pp. 483-484|
|1925||Glyphostoma Mansfield p. 26|
|1928||Glyphostoma Woodring p. 191|
|1942||Clathurella (Glyphostoma) Berry|
|1948||Glyphostoma Gardner p. 272|
|1960||Glyphostoma MacNeil p. 116|
|1964||Glyphostoma Olsson p. 105|
|1970||Glyphostoma Woodring p. 399|
|2002||Glyphostoma Sepkoski, Jr.|
|2003||Glyphostoma Baluk p. 31|
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