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Cephalopoda - Nautilida - Hercoglossidae
It was corrected as Cymomia by Conrad (1866); it was corrected as Cimmomia by Conrad (1868); it was reranked as Angulithes (Cimomia) by Wiedmann (1960).
It was assigned to Cephalopoda by Conrad (1866), Conrad (1868) and Miller and Thompson (1933); to Nautiloidea by Glenister et al. (1956); to Angulithes by Wiedmann (1960); to Nautilida by Hewitt (2002) and Sepkoski (2002); and to Hercoglossidae by Miller (1947), Haas and Miller (1952), Teichert et al. (1964), Shimansky (1975) and Schnetler and Heilmann-Clausen (2011).
|Year||Name and author|
|1933||Cimomia Miller and Thompson p. 305|
|1947||Cimomia Miller p. 39|
|1952||Cimomia Haas and Miller p. 329|
|1956||Cimomia Glenister et al. p. 495|
|1960||Angulithes (Cimomia) Wiedmann p. 149|
|1964||Cimomia Teichert et al. p. 456|
|1975||Cimomia Shimansky p. 133|
|2002||Cimomia Hewitt p. 45|
|2002||Cimomia Sepkoski, Jr.|
|2011||Cimomia Schnetler and Heilmann-Clausen p. 76|
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