J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010

Full reference
J., J.r. Pojeta, M. J. Vendrasco, and G. Darrough. 2010. Upper Cambrian chitons (Mollusca, Polyplacophora) from Missouri, USA. Bulletins of American Paleontology (379)1-182 [P. Wagner/P. Wagner/P. Wagner]
Metadata
ID number:  33972
Created:  2010-10-01 07:34:58
Modified:  2010-10-01 09:35:08
Publication type:  serial monograph
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (22) - view classification
'Aulochiton sannerae belongs to Aulochiton' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Aulochiton belongs to Aulochitonidae' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Aulochitonidae belongs to Paleoloricata' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Calceochiton belongs to Mattheviidae' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Chelodes belongs to Mattheviidae' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Dycheia shergoldi belongs to Dycheia' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Dycheia belongs to Dycheiidae' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Dycheiidae belongs to Polyplacophora' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Elongata perplexa is a subjective synonym of Hemithecella eminensis' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Elongata is a subjective synonym of Hemithecella' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Eochelodes is a subjective synonym of Chelodes' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Eukteanochiton belongs to Mattheviidae' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Hemithecella elongata is a subjective synonym of Hemithecella eminensis' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Hemithecella eminensis belongs to Hemithecella' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Hemithecella belongs to Mattheviidae' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Paradycheia dorisae belongs to Paradycheia' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Paradycheia belongs to Dycheiidae' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Preacanthochiton cooperi is recombined as Chelodes cooperi' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Preacanthochiton is a subjective synonym of Chelodes' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Robustidae is a subjective synonym of Mattheviidae' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Robustum belongs to Mattheviidae' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010
'Spicuchelodes belongs to Mattheviidae' according to J., Jr. Pojeta et al. 2010