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Cephalopoda - Nautilida - Nautilidae
It was reranked as Nautilus (Cymatoceras) by Spengler (1910) and Yabe and Shimizu (1924).
It was assigned to Nautilus by Spengler (1910) and Yabe and Shimizu (1924); to Cymatoceratidae by Kobayashi (1954); to Nautilinae by Förster (1975); to Nautilida by Sepkoski (2002); and to Nautilidae by Shimansky (1975), Wilmsen and Esser (2004), Cichowolski et al. (2004), Machalski and Wilmsen (2015) and Lehmann et al. (2016).
|Year||Name and author|
|1910||Nautilus (Cymatoceras) Spengler|
|1924||Nautilus (Cymatoceras) Yabe and Shimizu|
|1954||Cymatoceras Kobayashi p. 16|
|1975||Cymatoceras Förster p. 250|
|1975||Cymatoceras Shimansky p. 88|
|1983||Eurocymatoceras Matsumoto p. 88|
|2002||Cymatoceras Sepkoski, Jr.|
|2004||Cymatoceras Cichowolski et al. p. 121|
|2004||Cymatoceras Wilmsen and Esser p. 492|
|2015||Cymatoceras Machalski and Wilmsen p. 498|
|2016||Cymatoceras Lehmann et al. p. 433|
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