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Cephalopoda - Ammonitida - Baculitidae

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Synonymy list
YearName and author
1799Baculites Lamarck
1926Euhomaloceras Spath p. 80
1955Baculites Reyment p. 15
1956Baculites Benavides-Caceres p. 437
1959Baculites Matsumoto p. 100
1959Euhomaloceras Matsumoto p. 100
1966Baculites Brunnschweiler p. 23
1970Baculites Henderson p. 23
1973Baculites Kennedy et al. p. 100
1975Baculites Förster p. 168
1976Baculites Atabekyan and Khakimov p. 94
1979Baculites Summesberger p. 113
1979Baculites Wright p. 287
1983Baculites Cobban and Hook p. 7
1984Baculites Kennedy p. 142
1985Baculites Klinger p. 5
1985Baculites Morozumi p. 45
1987Baculites Kennedy and Summesberger p. 32
1988Baculites Kennedy and Cobban p. 608
1991Baculites Kennedy and Christensen p. 217
1992Baculites Cobban and Kennedy p. 82
1992Baculites Henderson et al. p. 162
1992Baculites Kennedy et al. p. 275
1992Baculites Summesberger p. 124
1993Baculites Kennedy p. 109
1993Baculites Kennedy and Christennsen p. 152
1993Baculites Kennedy and Cobban p. 424
1993Baculites Ward and Kennedy p. 51
1994Baculites Kennedy and Cobban p. 1297
1995Baculites Kennedy p. 431
1996Baculites Kennedy and Cobban p. 802
1997Baculites Kennedy et al. p. 11
2001Baculites Kennedy et al. p. 8
2002Baculites Sepkoski, Jr.
2007Baculites Kennedy et al. p. 526
2012Baculites Machalski et al. p. 731
2015Baculites Ahmad et al. p. 250
2015Baculites Ifrim et al. p. 234
2016Baculites Shigeta p. 346

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EubilateriaAx 1987
classCephalopodaCuvier 1797
subclassAmmonoidea(Zittel 1884)
orderAmmonitidaHyatt 1889
suborderAncyloceratinaWiedmann 1966
superfamilyTurrilitoidea(Gill 1871)
familyBaculitidaeGill 1871
genusBaculitesLamarck 1799

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.

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