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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).
|Year||Name and author|
|1943||Disparida Moore and Laudon|
|1998||Disparida Ausich p. 17|
|1998||Disparida Ausich et al.|
|2002||Disparida Sepkoski, Jr.|
|2007||Disparida Ausich et al. p. 1382|
|2009||Disparida Webster and Rakhmonov p. 236|
|2009||Disparida Webster et al. p. 245|
|2015||Disparida Ausich et al.|
|2017||Disparida Wright et al.|
|2018||Disparida Mao et al. p. 1076|
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