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Pterobranchia - Diplograptoidea - Diplograptidae
It was recombined as Diplograptus (Orthograptus) quadrimucronatus by Elles and Wood (1907); it was recombined as Glossograptus (Orthograptus) quadrimucronatus by Ruedemann (1908); it was recombined as Glossograptus quadrimucronatus by Ruedemann (1947); it was recombined as Orthograptus quadrimucronatus by Lapworth (1873), Berry (1960) and Goldman (1995).
|Year||Name and author|
|1865||Graptolithus quadrimucronatus Hall pp. 144-146 figs. pl. 13 f. 1-10|
|1873||Orthograptus quadrimucronatus Lapworth p. 133 figs. PI. 6, fig. 20|
|1907||Diplograptus (Orthograptus) quadrimucronatus Elles and Wood pp. 223-224 figs. pl. 28:1a-d; txt. f. 145a-f|
|1908||Glossograptus (Orthograptus) quadrimucronatus Ruedemann pp. 385-392|
|1947||Glossograptus quadrimucronatus Ruedemann pp. 452-454 figs. pl.. 78 f. 1-5|
|1960||Orthograptus quadrimucronatus Berry p. 91 figs. pl. 18 f. 1|
|1995||Orthograptus quadrimucronatus Goldman pp. 525 - 530 figs. 10.1-10.19, 11.1-11.6, 15.1-15.5, 17.5-17.9|
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|D. Goldman 1995||Orthograptus with short single apertural to subapertural spine on thl' and thl2; subsequent thecae bear paired apertural spines; rhabdosomes septate, widen gradually, bear no unusually long thecal spines.|