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Gastropoda - Mesogastropoda
It was corrected as Stromboidea by Ponder and Warén (1988), Beesley (1998), Todd (2001), Jeffery (2003), Harzhauser (2004), Stilwell et al. (2004), Bouchet et al. (2005), Vega et al. (2006), Harzhauser (2007) and Squires (2013).
It was assigned to Discopoda by Ponder and Warén (1988); to Mesogastropoda by Sohl (1964), Gliozzi and Malatesta (1983) and Stilwell and Zinsmeister (1992); to Neontaenioglossa by Stilwell et al. (2004); to Hypsogastropoda by Harzhauser (2004); to Littorinimorpha by Beesley (1998), Todd (2001), Jeffery (2003), Bouchet et al. (2005) and Harzhauser (2007); and to Caenogastropoda by Vega et al. (2006) and Squires (2013).
|Year||Name and author|
|1964||Strombacea Sohl p. 366|
|1983||Strombacea Gliozzi and Malatesta p. 101|
|1988||Stromboidea Ponder and Warén p. 299|
|1992||Strombacea Stilwell and Zinsmeister p. 102|
|1998||Stromboidea Beesley p. 766|
|2004||Stromboidea Harzhauser p. 127|
|2004||Stromboidea Stilwell et al. pp. 27, 30|
|2005||Stromboidea Bouchet et al. p. 252|
|2006||Stromboidea Vega et al. p. 325|
|2007||Stromboidea Harzhauser p. 105|
|2013||Stromboidea Squires p. 828|
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|R. L. Squires 2013||Shell more or less fusiform (can be low-conical to turreted). Shell growth determinate. Protoconch high and conical, with about four rounded whorls (total height about 1 mm) in species with planktotrophic development. Columella can be drawn out. Aperture with channel at anterior end. Outer lip of mature shell thickened and commonly expanded wing-like or into finger-like processes (Bandel, 2007, p. 102).|