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Bivalvia - Pectinida
It was corrected as Limoidea by Ride et al. (1999), Coan et al. (2000), Todd (2001), Stilwell et al. (2004), Bieler and Mikkelsen (2006), Nevesskaja (2009), Bouchet et al. (2010) and Carter et al. (2011).
It was assigned to Pterioida by Vokes (1980) and Maxwell (1992); to Bivalvia by Ride et al. (1999); to Pteriina by Newell (1965), Beu et al. (1990) and Stilwell et al. (2004); to Limoida by Coan et al. (2000), Todd (2001) and Bieler and Mikkelsen (2006); to Pectinina by Nevesskaja (2009); to Limida by Bouchet et al. (2010); and to Limoidei by Carter et al. (2011).
|Year||Name and author|
|1965||Limacea Newell p. 18|
|1980||Limacea Vokes p. 60|
|1990||Limacea Beu et al. pp. 395, 396|
|1992||Limacea Maxwell pp. 64, 68|
|1999||Limoidea Ride et al.|
|2000||Limoidea Coan et al. p. 202|
|2004||Limoidea Stilwell et al. p. 21|
|2006||Limoidea Bieler and Mikkelsen p. 230|
|2010||Limoidea Bouchet et al.|
|2011||Limoidea Carter et al. p. 11|
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