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Crinoidea -

Disparida was named by Moore and Laudon (1943). It was considered monophyletic by Wright et al. (2017).

It was reranked as the subclass Disparida by Webster and Rakhmonov (2009) and Webster et al. (2009); it was reranked as the superorder Disparida by Wright et al. (2017); it was reranked as the unranked clade Disparida by Mao et al. (2018).

It was assigned to Inadunata by Donovan (1984) and Donovan (1986); to Crinoidea by Ausich et al. (1998), Ausich (1998), Sepkoski (2002), Ausich et al. (2007), Webster and Rakhmonov (2009), Webster et al. (2009) and Ausich et al. (2015); and to Inadunata by Wright et al. (2017) and Mao et al. (2018).

Sister taxa
Calceocrinida, Eustenocrinida, Homocrinida, Maennilicrinida, Myelodactylida, Tetragonocrinida

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Synonymy list
YearName and author
1943Disparida Moore and Laudon
1984Disparida Donovan
1986Disparida Donovan
1998Disparida Ausich p. 17
1998Disparida Ausich et al.
2002Disparida Sepkoski, Jr.
2007Disparida Ausich et al. p. 1382
2009Disparida Webster and Rakhmonov p. 236
2009Disparida Webster et al. p. 245
2015Disparida Ausich et al.
2017Disparida Wright et al.
2018Disparida Mao et al. p. 1076

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classCrinoideaMiller 1821
subclassPentacrinoideaJaekel 1918
subclassInadunata(Wachsmuth and Springer 1897)
Disparida(Moore and Laudon 1943)
Disparida(Moore 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.

No diagnoses are available