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Strophomenata - Strophomenida - Strophomenidae
It was recombined as Cyphomena (Cyphomenoides) wisgoriensis by Jones et al. (1969); it was recombined as Bellimurina (Cyphomenoidea) wisgoriensis by Musteikis and Cocks (2004) and Congreve et al. (2019); it was recombined as Bellimurina wisgoriensis by Hoel (2011); it was recombined as Cyphomenoidea wisgoriensis by Thomsen and Baarli (1982), Baarli (1995), Dewing (1999) and Cocks (2019).
|Year||Name and author|
|1945||Leptaena wisgoriensis Lamont and Gilbert p. 49 figs. Pl. 3 : 10-14|
|1969||Cyphomena (Cyphomenoides) wisgoriensis Jones et al.|
|1982||Cyphomenoidea wisgoriensis Thomsen and Baarli|
|1995||Cyphomenoidea wisgoriensis Baarli pp. 40-41 figs. Pl. 13 : 12-23|
|1999||Cyphomenoidea wisgoriensis Dewing|
|2004||Bellimurina (Cyphomenoidea) wisgoriensis Musteikis and Cocks|
|2011||Bellimurina wisgoriensis Hoel|
|2019||Cyphomenoidea wisgoriensis Cocks pp. 40 - 41 figs. Pl. 3, figs 1–9|
|2019||Bellimurina (Cyphomenoidea) wisgoriensis Congreve et al.|
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