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It was replaced with Edaphosauriformes by Hay (1930); it was reranked as the order Edaphosauria by Roxo (1937); it was reranked as the superfamily Edaphosauria by Kuhn (1946).
It was assigned to Theromorpha by Roxo (1937); to Pelycosauria by Kuhn (1946); to Pelycosauria by Haughton and Brink (1954); and to Pelycosauria by Romer and Price (1940), Olson and Beerbower (1953), Huene (1954), Lewis and Vaughn (1965), Kuhn (1966), Olson (1966), Haubold (1971), Daly (1973) and Kemp (1982).
|Year||Name and author|
|1937||Edaphosauria Roxo p. 43|
|1940||Edaphosauria Romer and Price pp. 19, 366|
|1946||Edaphosauria Kuhn p. 56|
|1953||Edaphosauria Olson and Beerbower p. 399|
|1954||Edaphosauria Haughton and Brink p. 5|
|1954||Edaphosauria Huene p. 28|
|1965||Edaphosauria Lewis and Vaughn p. C34|
|1966||Edaphosauria Kuhn p. 122|
|1966||Edaphosauria Olson p. 302|
|1971||Edaphosauria Haubold p. 34|
|1973||Edaphosauria Daly p. 587|
|1982||Edaphosauria Kemp p. 348|
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