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Monobathrida

Crinoidea - Monobathrida

Taxonomy
Monobathrida was named by Moore and Laudon (1943). It is not extant. It was considered monophyletic by Cole (2017).

It was assigned to Crinoidea by Sepkoski (2002); to Camerata by Ausich (1998), Webster et al. (1999), Ausich et al. (2007), Webster et al. (2009) and Cole et al. (2017); and to Eucamerata by Cole (2017) and Wright et al. (2017).

Subtaxa
Aacocrinus, Abacocrinus, Abactinocrinus, Abathocrinus, Abatocrinus, Acacocrinus, Acrocrinus, Agaricocrinus, Agathocrinus, Alisocrinus, Allocrinus, Alloprosallocrinus, Amarsupiocrinus, Amblacrinus, Amonohexacrinus, Amphoracrinus, Amphoracrocrinus, Ancalocrinus, Archaeocalyptocrinus, Arthroacantha, Aryballocrinus, Athabascacrinus, Azygocrinus, Barrandeocrinus, Batocrinus, Beyrichocrinus, Bikocrinus, Blairocrinus, Bogotacrinus, Bohemicocrinus, Bolicrinus, Boliviacrinus, Brahmacrinus, Briarocrinus, Cactocrinus, Calliocrinus, Camarocrinus, Canistrocrinus, Cantharocrinus, Carolicrinus, Caucacrocrinus, Centriocrinus, Cerasmocrinus, Chinacrinus, Clarkeocrinus, Clematocrinus, Clonocrinus, Closterocrinus, Coelocrinus, Comanthocrinus, Compsocrinina, Compsocrinus, Cordylocrinus, Corocrinus, Craterocrinus, Ctenocrinus, Culicocrinus, Cusacrinus, Cylicocrinus, Cytidocrinus, Cytocrinus, Cyttarocrinus, Delgadocrinidae, Desmidocrinus, Dialutocrinus, Diatorocrinus, Dilatocrinus, Dinacrocrinus, Displodocrinus, Dizygocrinus, Dolatocrinicae, Dorycrinus, Ectocrinus, Eocamptocrinus, Eretmocrinus, Eucladocrinus, Eutelecrinus, Eutrochocrinus, Exsulacrinus, Glaphyocrinus, Globacrocrinus, Glyptocrinina, Hadrocrinus, Harrelicrinus, Hexacriniticae, Himerocrinus, Hyrtanecrinus, Ibanocrinus, Iberocrinus, Ilmocrinus, Ivanovaecrinus, Krinocrinus, Kylixocrinus, Laurelocrinus, Lenneocrinus, Liomolgocrinus, Lobomelocrinus, Lyonicrinus, Macrocrinus, Maligneocrinus, Manillocrinus, Manticrinus, Marhoumacrinus, Marsupiocrinus, Melocrinites, Metacrocrinus, Metaeutelecrinus, Methabocrinus, Nanicrinus, Neocamtocrinus, Neodichocrinus, Nunnacrinus, Oehlerticrinus, Oenochoacrinus, Paiderocrinus, Pandanocrinus, Paracrocrinus, Paradichocrinus, Paragaricocrinus, Parahexacrinus, Paramegaliocrinus, Paramelocrinus, Paratalarocrinus, Periechocrinoidea, Periechocrinus, Phrygilocrinus, Physetocrinus, Pimlicocrinus, Pithocrinus, Planacrocrinus, Platyacrocrinus, Platyhexacrinus, Plemnocrinus, Plesiocrinus, Polypeltes, Pradocrinus, Praedicticrinus, Prohexacrinus, Prokopicrinus, Promelocrinus, Protacrocrinus, Pterotocrinus, Pyxidocrinus, Sampsonocrinus, Scyphocrinites, Shimantocrinus, Springeracrocrinus, Stamnocrinus, Steganocrinus, Stelidiocrinus, Stipatocrinus, Stiptocrinus, Strotocrinus, Struszocrinus, Sunwaptacrinus, Talarocrinus, Tanaocrinina, Tarantocrinus, Technocrinus, Teleiocrinus, Thallocrinus, Thamnocrinus, Theleproktocrinus, Thomasocrinus, Tirocrinus, Trichotocrinus, Trybliocrinus, Tunisiacrinidae, Typanocrinus, Uperocrinus, Wannerocrinus, Xenocrinus, Zenkericrinus, Zirocrinus

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Synonymy list
YearName and author
1943Monobathrida Moore and Laudon
1998Monobathrida Ausich p. 17
1999Monobathrida Webster et al. p. 465
2002Monobathrida Sepkoski, Jr.
2007Monobathrida Ausich et al. p. 1379
2009Monobathrida Webster et al. p. 245
2017Monobathrida Cole
2017Monobathrida Cole et al. p. 720
2017Monobathrida Wright et al.

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Triploblastica
Nephrozoa
Deuterostomia
Ambulacraria
RankNameAuthor
phylumEchinodermata
classCrinoideaMiller 1821
subclassCamerataWachsmuth and Springer 1885
orderMonobathridaMoore and Laudon 1943
orderMonobathridaMoore and Laudon 1943

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.

Diagnosis
No diagnoses are available