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Rhacophyllites debilis

Cephalopoda - Phylloceratida - Discophyllitidae

Ammonites debilis was named by Hauer (1846).

It was recombined as Phylloceras debile by von Mojsisovics (1873); it was recombined as Rhacophyllites debilis by von Mojsisovics (1902), Wiedmann (1970), Bychkov et al. (1976), Liang (1977), Vavilov and Arkadiev (1986), Shevyrev (1990), Rakús (1993), Tozer (1994) and Shevyrev (1995).

Synonymy list
YearName and author
1846Ammonites debilis Hauer p. 37 figs. Pl 22, fig 13
1848Ammonites neojurensis Quenstedt figs. Pl 19, figs 8a,b
1873Phylloceras debile von Mojsisovics p. 37 figs. Pl 22, fig 13
1873Phylloceras neojurense von Mojsisovics p. 37
1902Rhacophyllites debilis von Mojsisovics p. 319 figs. Pl 17, fig 2; pl 23, fig 4
1902Rhacophyllites neojurensis von Mojsisovics p. 319 figs. Pl 17, fig 1; pl 23, figs 2,3
1970Rhacophyllites neojurensis Wiedmann p. 982 figs. 6c, 23c,d
1970Rhacophyllites debilis Wiedmann p. 984 fig. 23a,b
1976Rhacophyllites debilis Bychkov et al.
1977Rhacophyllites debilis Liang p. 80 figs. Pl 2, fig 12
1986Rhacophyllites debilis Vavilov and Arkadiev p. 46 figs. Pl 3, fig 8; text-fig 3c
1990Rhacophyllites debilis Shevyrev p. 146 figs. Pl 8, figs 7,8; text-fig 54
1993Rhacophyllites neojurensis Rakús p. 939 figs. Pl 2, figs 1,4,5; text-fig 6
1993Rhacophyllites debilis Rakús p. 940 figs. Pl 1, fig 8; text-fig 7
1994Rhacophyllites debilis Tozer p. 271 figs. Pl 136, figs 3a,b; pl 145, figs 6a,b; pl 147, figs 6a,b; text-figs 118d, 120n,o
1995Rhacophyllites debilis Shevyrev p. 141 figs. Pl 23, fig 5; text-fig 83

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EubilateriaAx 1987
classCephalopodaCuvier 1797
subclassAmmonoidea(Zittel 1884)
orderPhylloceratida(Zittel 1884)
superfamilyPhylloceratoidea(Zittel 1884)
familyDiscophyllitidaeSpath 1927
genusRhacophyllitesZittel 1884
speciesdebilis(Hauer 1846)

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