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Rhynchonellata - Spiriferida - Elythidae
It was recombined as Spirifer (Reticularia) waageni by Frech (1911) and Frech (1911); it was recombined as Squamularia waageni by Grabau (1931), Yang et al. (1977), Jin and Ye (1979), Jin et al. (1985) and Zeng et al. (1995); it was recombined as Permophricodothyris waageni by Zhan (1989) and Shi et al. (2002).
|Year||Name and author|
|1899||Reticularia waageni Loczy|
|1911||Spirifer (Reticularia) waageni Frech p. 118 figs. Pl 28, figs 2a-3|
|1931||Squamularia waageni Grabau p. 204 figs. Pl 16, fig 5|
|1977||Squamularia waageni Yang et al. p. 452 figs. Pl 179, fig 4|
|1979||Squamularia waageni Jin and Ye p. 118 figs. Pl 33, figs 25-28|
|1985||Squamularia waageni Jin et al. p. 209 figs. Pl 13, figs 11, 12, 16, 17|
|1989||Permophricodothyris waageni Zhan figs. Pl 26, figs 33,34|
|1995||Squamularia waageni Zeng et al. figs. Pl 14, figs 1,4,5|
|2002||Permophricodothyris waageni Shi et al. p. 375|
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