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Cephalopoda - Ammonitida - Oppeliidae
It was reranked as Oppelia (Oxycerites) by Imlay (1953).
It was assigned to Oppelia by Imlay (1953); to Ammonoidea by Sepkoski (2002); to Oppeliinae by Arkell et al. (1957), Parent (2006) and Majidifard (2015); and to Oppeliidae by Besnosov and Mitta (1993), Zatoń (2010), Seyed-Emami et al. (2018) and Galácz (2019).
|Year||Name and author|
|1953||Oppelia (Oxycerites) Imlay p. 74|
|1957||Oxycerites Arkell et al. p. 275|
|1958||Oxycerites (Limoxyites) Westermann|
|1958||Oxycerites (Mesoxyites) Westermann|
|1958||Oxycerites (Otoxyites) Westermann|
|1958||Oxycerites (Pleuroxyites) Westermann|
|1993||Oxycerites Besnosov and Mitta p. 44|
|2002||Oxycerites Sepkoski, Jr.|
|2006||Oxycerites Parent p. 18|
|2010||Oxycerites Zatoń p. 77|
|2015||Oxycerites Majidifard p. 29|
|2018||Oxycerites Seyed-Emami, et al.|
|2019||Oxycerites Galácz p. 237|
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