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Sarytchevinella djulfensis

Strophomenata - Productida - Monticuliferidae

Productus djulfensis was named by Stoyanow (1910). It is a 3D body fossil. Its type locality is Araxes River canyon, bed 5, which is in a Wuchiapingian marine marl in the Julfa Formation of Azerbaijan.

It was recombined as Compressoproductus djulfensis by Fantini Sestini (1965), Termier and Termier (1970) and Lee and Gu (1980); it was recombined as Compressoproductus dzhulfensis by Stepanov et al. (1969); it was recombined as Stepanoviella djulfensis by Liao (1980) and Wang et al. (1982); it was recombined as Sarytchevinella djulfensis by Waterhouse (1983), Yousefirad et al. (2013), Garbelli and Angiolini (2014) and Ghaderi et al. (2015).

Synonymy list
YearName and author
1910Productus djulfensis Stoyanow p. 102
1965Compressoproductus djulfensis Fantini Sestini p. 59 figs. Pl 6, figs 2a,b
1969Compressoproductus dzhulfensis Stepanov et al.
1970Compressoproductus djulfensis Termier and Termier p. 456 fig. 457
1980Compressoproductus djulfensis Lee and Gu p. 385 figs. Pl 170, fig 21
1980Stepanoviella djulfensis Liao figs. Pl 4, figs 26-28
1982Stepanoviella djulfensis Wang et al. p. 222 figs. Pl 95, fig 14
1983Sarytchevinella djulfensis Waterhouse p. 126
2013Sarytchevinella djulfensis Yousefirad et al. p. 71 figs. Pl 5, fig 1
2014Sarytchevinella djulfensis Garbelli and Angiolini p. 41 figs. Pl 1, figs 29-32
2015Sarytchevinella djulfensis Ghaderi et al. figs. Pl 1, figs 13-16

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EubilateriaAx 1987
phylumBrachiopodaCuvier 1805
subphylumRhynchonelliformeaWilliams et al. 1996
classStrophomenataWilliams et al 1996
orderProductidaSarycheva and Sokolskaya 1959
familyMonticuliferidaeMuir-Wood and Cooper 1960
subfamilyCompressoproductinaeJing and Hu 1978

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.

No diagnoses are available