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Argopecten (calico scallop)
Bivalvia - Pectinida - Pectinidae
It was reranked as Chlamys (Argopecten) by Tavora et al. (2004).
It was assigned to Chlamydinae by Woodring (1982) and del Rio (1992); to Aequipectini by Coan et al. (2000); to Pectinidae by Ward and Blackwelder (1987) and Todd (2001); to Pterioida by Sepkoski (2002); and to Chlamys by Tavora et al. (2004).
|Year||Name and author|
|1898||Pecten (Plagioctenium) Dall p. 696|
|1932||Chlamys (Plagioctenium) Mansfield p. 60|
|1943||Pecten (Plagioctenium) Gardner pp. 30, 31|
|1958||Chlamys (Plagioctenium) DuBar p. 158|
|1967||Aequipecten (Plagioctenium) Olsson p. 8|
|1982||Argopecten Woodring p. 596|
|1987||Argopecten Ward and Blackwelder p. 129|
|1992||Argopecten del Rio pp. 40-42|
|2000||Argopecten Coan et al. p. 234|
|2002||Argopecten Sepkoski, Jr.|
|2004||Chlamys (Argopecten) Tavora et al. p. 117|
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