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Chondrichthyes - Squaliformes
It was reranked as the suborder Squaliformes by Cassier (1966).
It was assigned to Euselachii by Cassier (1966); to Squalomorphii by Biddle (1993); to Elasmobranchii by Cvancara and Hoganson (1993); to Chondrichthyes by Purdy et al. (2001) and Sepkoski (2002); to Neoselachii by Underwood (2006) and Adnet et al. (2008); to Squalimorphi by Long (1992) and Long (2011); and to Selachimorpha by Kent (2018).
|Year||Name and author|
|1966||Squaliformes Cassier p. 62|
|1992||Squaliformes Long p. 15|
|1993||Squaliformes Biddle p. 198|
|1993||Squaliformes Cvancara and Hoganson p. 3|
|2001||Squaliformes Purdy et al. p. 86|
|2002||Squaliformes Sepkoski, Jr.|
|2006||Squaliformes Underwood p. 234|
|2008||Squaliformes Adnet et al. p. 713|
|2011||Squaliformes Long p. 242|
|2018||Squaliformes Kent p. 59|
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