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Gastropoda - Architectonicidae
It was reranked as Architectonica (Pseudotorinia) by Gardner (1947), Gardner (1948), Ladd (1972), Perrilliat (1972), Ladd (1982) and Perrilliat (1987).
It was assigned to Architectonica by Gardner (1947), Gardner (1948), Ladd (1972), Perrilliat (1972), Ladd (1982) and Perrilliat (1987); to Architectonicidae by Todd (2001); and to Heterostrophia by Sepkoski (2002).
|Year||Name and author|
|1947||Architectonica (Pseudotorinia) Gardner p. 589|
|1948||Architectonica (Pseudotorinia) Gardner|
|1952||Punjabia Eames p. 38|
|1972||Architectonica (Pseudotorinia) Ladd p. 18|
|1972||Architectonica (Pseudotorinia) Perrilliat p. 37|
|1982||Architectonica (Pseudotorinia) Ladd p. 31|
|1987||Architectonica (Pseudotorinia) Perrilliat p. 14|
|2002||Pseudotorinia Sepkoski, Jr.|
|2002||Punjabia Sepkoski, Jr.|
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|F. E. Eames 1952 (Punjabia)||Small, discoidal, flat above, convex and carinate below; protoconch smooth, planorbiform, large, of at least two whorls, separated from brephic stage by a transverse, raised ridge; upper surface with a sutural and a peripheral row of nodes which are joined by axial ribs; lateral margin with fine spiral threads between the peripheral row of nodes above and the row of nodes limiting the moderately wide umbilicus below; axial ribs run into the umbilicus from the row of nodes limiting it; whorl section pentangular.|