J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986

Full reference
J. F. Geys and J. Jagt. 1986. Additional regular echinoids from the Upper Cretaceous in the Maastricht area (Belgium). Palaeontologische Zeitschrift 60:93-107 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham]
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ID number:  67044
Created:  2018-10-10 21:38:55
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (19) - view classification
'Cidarites corollaris belongs to Cidarites' according to Leske 1778
'Cidarites corollaris is recombined as Rachiosoma corollare' according to J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986
'Cidarites granulosum is a subjective synonym of Rachiosoma corollare' according to J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986
'Cidarites miliaris is recombined as Orthopsis miliaris' according to J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986
'Diadema granulare is a subjective synonym of Orthopsis miliaris' according to J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986
'Diadema kleinii is a subjective synonym of Orthopsis miliaris' according to J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986
'Diadema polystigma is a subjective synonym of Orthopsis miliaris' according to J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986
'Echinites saxatilis belongs to Echinites' according to Parkinson 1811
'Echinites saxatilis is a subjective synonym of Rachiosoma corollare' according to J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986
'Orthopsinae was reranked as the family Orthopsidae and belongs to Orthopsida' according to J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986
'Orthopsis belongs to Orthopsidae' according to J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986
'Phymosomatidae belongs to Phymosomatoida' according to J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986
'Rachiosoma belongs to Phymosomatidae' according to J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986
'Salenia heberti is recombined as Salenidia heberti' according to J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986
'Salenia obnupta belongs to Salenia' according to Schluter 1892
'Salenia obnupta belongs to Salenia' according to J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986
'Salenia belongs to Saleniidae' according to J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986
'Salenidia belongs to Saleniidae' according to J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986
'Salenies is corrected as Saleniidae and belongs to Salenioida' according to J. F. Geys and J. Jagt 1986