|Basic info||Taxonomic history||Classification||Relationships|
|Morphology||Ecology and taphonomy||Age range and collections|
It was synonymized subjectively with Maikhanella by Bengtson (1992), Feng et al. (2001) and Li et al. (2007).
It was assigned to Maikhanellidae by Ponder et al. (2007) and Parkhaev and Demidenko (2010).
|Year||Name and author|
|1980||Cassidina Jiang p. 117|
|1982||Emeiconus He and Yang|
|1982||Canopoconus Luo et al. p. 193|
|1982||Ramenta Luo et al. pp. 195-196 figs. pl. 22 f. 1-2|
|1987||Jiangia Starobogatov and Moskalev|
|2001||Ramenta Feng et al. p. 206|
|2001||Mediata Feng et al. p. 207|
|2001||Ramentoides Feng et al. p. 207|
|2002||Lepidites Sepkoski, Jr.|
|2007||Canopoconus Ponder et al. pp. 137 - 138|
|2010||Canopoconus Parkhaev and Demidenko p. 999|
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|P. Y. Parkhaev and Y. Demidenko 2010||"Shell cap-shaped, low conical, moderately elongated. Apex displaced anteriorly. Posterior field evenly convex, sometimes with mid-dorsal buttress. Anterior field straight or slightly concave, can also bear mid-dorsal buttress. Aperture egg-shaped. Exterior ornamentation represented by sharp rhomboid scales, comarginally aligned and placed in staggered order. Apical area of shell smooth."|