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Glendonia duodecimcostata

Rhynchonellata - Spiriferida - Ingelarellidae

Taxonomy
Spirifera duodecimcostata was named by M'Coy (1847). It is a 3D body fossil. Its type locality is Muree (W.B. Clarke coll), which is in a Roadian marine siliciclastic in the Muree Formation of Australia.

It was recombined as Spirifer duodecimcostatus by Dana (1849) and Armstrong (1968); it was recombined as Spiriferina duodecimcostata by Reed (1932); it was recombined as Spirifer duodecimcostata by Dickins et al. (1969); it was recombined as Spirifer duodecemcostatus by Clarke (1973); it was recombined as Glendonia duodecimcostata by McClung and Armstrong (1978), Waterhouse (1983) and Clarke (1987).

Synonymy list
YearName and author
1847Spirifera duodecimcostata M'Coy p. 234 figs. Pl 17, figs 2,3
1849Spirifer duodecimcostatus Dana p. 684
1894Spirifera duodecimcostata Etheridge Jr. p. 34 figs. Pl 7, figs 4-8
1932Spiriferina duodecimcostata Reed p. 33 figs. Pl 6, figs 5,6
1968Spirifer duodecimcostatus Armstrong p. 201 figs. Pl 1, figs 1-20; pl 2, figs 10-13
1969Spirifer duodecimcostata Dickins et al.
1973Spirifer duodecemcostatus Clarke p. 59
1978Glendonia duodecimcostata McClung and Armstrong p. 3 figs. Pl 2, figs 9-20
1983Glendonia duodecimcostata Waterhouse p. 246 figs. Pl 2, figs 10,14
1987Glendonia duodecimcostata Clarke p. 279 figs. 15A-J

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Bilateria
EubilateriaAx 1987
Protostomia
Spiralia
superphylumLophotrochozoa
Lophophorata
phylumBrachiopodaCuvier 1805
subphylumRhynchonelliformeaWilliams et al. 1996
RankNameAuthor
classRhynchonellataWilliams et al. 1996
orderSpiriferida
suborderSpiriferidina
superfamilyMartinioidea
familyIngelarellidae
subfamilyGlendoniinae
genusGlendonia
speciesduodecimcostata()

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