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It was reranked as the suborder Cingulata by Trouessart (1898), MacFadden et al. (1993), Downing and White (1995), Gaudin (1995) and Carlini et al. (2008); it was reranked as the unranked clade Cingulata by McDonald and Naples (2007), Croft et al. (2007) and Shockey (2017); it was reranked as the order Cingulata by McKenna (1975), McKenna and Bell (1997), Rincón et al. (2008), Shockey et al. (2009), Kramarz et al. (2010) and Herrera et al. (2017).
It was assigned to Edentata by McKenna (1975); to Xenarthra by Trouessart (1898), MacFadden et al. (1993), Downing and White (1995), Gaudin (1995) and McDonald and Naples (2007); to Xenarthra by McKenna and Bell (1997), Croft et al. (2007), Carlini et al. (2008), Rincón et al. (2008), Shockey et al. (2009) and Shockey (2017); and to Xenarthra by Kramarz et al. (2010) and Herrera et al. (2017).
|Year||Name and author|
|1975||Cingulata McKenna p. 40|
|1993||Cingulata MacFadden et al. p. 235|
|1995||Cingulata Downing and White p. 378|
|1997||Cingulata McKenna and Bell p. 82|
|2007||Cingulata Croft et al. p. 783|
|2007||Cingulata McDonald and Naples p. 151|
|2008||Cingulata Carlini et al. p. 142|
|2008||Cingulata Rincón et al. p. 198|
|2009||Cingulata Shockey et al.|
|2010||Cingulata Kramarz et al.|
|2017||Cingulata Herrera 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.