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Rhynchonellata - Orthida - Glyptorthidae
It was reranked as Hebertella (Glyptorthis) by Ladd (1929); it was reranked as Orthis (Glyptorthis) by Cowper Reed (1945).
It was assigned to Hebertella by Ladd (1929); to Orthis by Cowper Reed (1945); to Glyptorthinae by Rõõmusoks (1964), Wright (1964), Mitchell (1977), Howe (1988) and Potter (1990); to Orthida by Sepkoski (2002); and to Glyptorthidae by Williams et al. (2000), Zuykov and Butts (2008), Rubel (2011), Wright and Stigall (2014) and Liljeroth et al. (2017).
|Year||Name and author|
|1929||Hebertella (Glyptorthis) Ladd|
|1945||Orthis (Glyptorthis) Cowper Reed|
|1988||Glyptorthis Howe p. 209|
|2000||Glyptorthis Williams et al. p. 733|
|2002||Glyptorthis Sepkoski, Jr.|
|2008||Glyptorthis Zuykov and Butts|
|2014||Glyptorthis Wright and Stigall pp. 894 - 895|
|2017||Glyptorthis Liljeroth et al.|
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|D. F. Wright and A. L. Stigall 2014||Genus of Glyptorthidae with shell of variable size (7.68–28.05 mm), subquadrate to subelliptical in outline, with suboval to subquadrate ventral muscle scars. Shell dorsibiconvex to ventribiconvex; ramnicostellate to fascicostellate, sometimes frilled; strong concentric lamellae; rectimarginate to sulcate; delthryium open, triangular; ventral interarea orthocline to catacline; dorsal interarea small, orthocline to apsacline; ventral muscle scars deflect anteriorly, with an additional lateral deflection common; ventral adductor scars sometimes elevated on a raised platform; quadripartite dorsal muscle scars; thickened notothyrial platform; brachiophores divergent.|