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It was reranked as the order Batrachia by Owen (1842), Mantell (1854) and Owen (1861); it was reranked as the class Batrachia by Hay (1902); it was synonymized subjectively with Amphibia by Dundee (1989); it was reranked as the unranked clade Batrachia by McGowan and Evans (1995), Gardner (2001), Zardoya and Meyer (2001), Meyer and Zardoya (2003), Anderson et al. (2008) and Maddin et al. (2012).
It was assigned to Reptilia by Owen (1842), Mantell (1854) and Owen (1861); to Vertebrata by Hay (1902); to Dissorophoidea by Anderson et al. (2008); and to Lissamphibia by McGowan and Evans (1995), Gardner (2001), Zardoya and Meyer (2001), Meyer and Zardoya (2003) and Maddin et al. (2012).
|Year||Name and author|
|1842||Batrachia Owen p. 181|
|1854||Batrachia Mantell p. 646|
|1861||Batrachia Owen p. 319|
|1902||Batrachia Hay p. 409|
|1995||Batrachia McGowan and Evans|
|2001||Batrachia Gardner p. 334 fig. 8|
|2001||Batrachia Zardoya and Meyer p. 7380|
|2003||Batrachia Meyer and Zardoya|
|2008||Batrachia Anderson et al. p. 517|
|2012||Batrachia Maddin et al.|
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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.
|R. Owen 1861||Vertebrae biconcave (Siren), procoelian (Rana), or opisthocoelian (Pipa): pleurapophyses short, straight. Two occipital condyles and two vomerine bones, in most dentigerous: no scales or scutes. Larvae with gills, in most deciduous.|