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It was corrected as Stuertzaster by Spencer (1951), Spencer and Wright (1966), Boczarowski (2001), Sepkoski (2002), Dean Shackleton (2005) and Blake (2013).
It was assigned to Lapworthuridae by Schuchert (1915); to Asterozoa by Spencer (1940); to Pradesuridae by Spencer (1951), Owen (1965), Spencer and Wright (1966) and Boczarowski (2001); to Stenurida by Sepkoski (2002); to Rhopalocomidae by Dean Shackleton (2005); and to Stenuroidea by Blake (2013).
|Year||Name and author|
|1899||Sturtzaster Etheridge p. 128|
|1915||Sturtzaster Schuchert pp. 252-253|
|1940||Sturtzaster Spencer pp. 513-517|
|1951||Stuertzaster Spencer p. 111|
|1965||Sturtzaster Owen p. 547|
|1966||Stuertzaster Spencer and Wright p. U80|
|2001||Stuertzaster Boczarowski p. 8|
|2002||Stuertzaster Sepkoski, Jr.|
|2005||Stuertzaster Dean Shackleton p. 74|
|2013||Stuertzaster Blake p. 367|
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|A. Boczarowski 2001||Aboral side of central disc is highly swollen, encrusted by network with radiate spicules. Arms short and wide, ambulacrals with thin, big groove. Laterals with wide, strong juncture. Very long, thin spines consist of three blades.|
|J. Dean Shackleton 2005||Loss of inferomarginals; loss of inferomarginal spines; loss of buccal slits.|