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It was reranked as the suborder Tardigrada by Ameghino (1906); it was synonymized subjectively with Phyllophaga by McKenna and Bell (1997); it was reranked as the infraorder Tardigrada by De Iuliis and Cartelle (1999); it was reranked as the order Tardigrada by Villarroel (2000).
It was assigned to Quadripedes by Gray (1821); to Edentata by Ameghino (1885); to Anicanodonta by Ameghino (1906); to Pilosa by Gaudin (1995); to Xenarthra by De Iuliis and Cartelle (1999); to Xenarthra by Villarroel (2000); and to Xenarthra by De Los Arcos et al. (2017).
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