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It was corrected as Perischoechinoidea by Schneider et al. (2005); it was reranked as the subclass Perischoechinoidea by Durham and Melville (1957), Durham et al. (1966), Boczarowski (2001), Webster et al. (2009) and Hagdorn (2018).
It was assigned to Echinodermata by M'Coy (1849); and to Echinoidea by Durham and Melville (1957), Durham et al. (1966), Boczarowski (2001), Schneider et al. (2005), Webster et al. (2009) and Hagdorn (2018).
|Year||Name and author|
|1957||Perischoechinoidea Durham and Melville p. 249|
|1966||Perischoechinoidea Durham et al. p. U297|
|2001||Perischoechinoidea Boczarowski p. 87|
|2005||Perischoechinoidea Schneider et al. p. 753|
|2009||Perischoechinoidea Webster et al. p. 248|
|2018||Perischoechinoidea Hagdorn p. 273|
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