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IRMNG taxon details

Cyclostomatida

12074  (urn:lsid:irmng.org:taxname:12074)

accepted
Order
Cyclostomata · unaccepted (variant spelling, shared with a...)  
variant spelling, shared with a superclass of extant+fossil jawless fishes
Tubuliporata · unaccepted (synonym)
Family Actinoporidae Vigneaux, 1949 †
Family Alyonushkidae Grischenko, Gordon & Melnik, 2018
Family Annectocymidae Hayward & Ryland, 1985
Family Anyutidae Grischenko, Gordon & Melnik, 2018
Family Bereniceidae Buge, 1957
Family Calvetiidae Borg, 1944
Family Canaliporidae †
Family Cavidae d'Orbigny, 1854 †
Family Celluliporidae Buge & Voigt, 1972 †
Family Cerioporidae Busk, 1859
Family Cinctiporidae Boardman, McKinney & Taylor, 1992
Family Clausidae †
Family Corymboporidae Smitt, 1866
Family Corynotrypidae Dzik, 1981 †
Family Crassodiscoporidae Brood, 1972 †
Family Crisiidae Johnston, 1847
Family Crisinidae d'Orbigny, 1853
Family Crisuliporidae Buge, 1979
Family Crownoporidae Ross, 1967 †
Family Cyclostomatida incertae sedis †
Family Cytididae d'Orbigny, 1854
Family Densiporidae Borg, 1944
Family Diaperoeciidae Canu, 1918
Family Diastoporidae Gregory, 1899
Family Diploclemidae †
Family Eleidae d'Orbigny, 1852 †
Family Entalophoridae Reuss, 1869
Family Flabellotrypidae †
Family Frondiporidae Busk, 1859
Family Hastingsiidae Borg, 1944
Family Heteroporidae Waters, 1880
Family Horneridae Smitt, 1867
Family Idmoneidae Busk, 1859
Family Leiosoeciidae †
Family Lichenoporidae Smitt, 1866
Family Lobosoeciidae †
Family Mecynoeciidae Canu, 1918
Family Multisparsidae Bassler, 1935
Family Oncousoeciidae Canu, 1918
Family Petaloporidae Gregory, 1899 †
Family Phaceloporidae Miller, 1889 †
Family Plagioeciidae Canu, 1918
Family Pseudidmoneidae Borg, 1944
Family Pseudocerioporidae †
Family Pustuloporidae Smitt, 1872
Family Radioporidae †
Genus Rodinopora Taylor & Grischenko, 1999
Family Sagenellidae Brood, 1975 †
Family Semiceidae Buge, 1952
Family Siphoniotyphlidae Voigt, 1967 †
Family Spiroporidae Voigt, 1968 †
Family Stegohorneridae Borg, 1944
Family Stigmatoechidae Brood, 1972
Family Stomatoporidae Pergens & Meunier, 1886
Family Sulcocavidae †
Family Terviidae Canu & Bassler, 1920
Family Theonoidae Busk, 1859
Family Theononidae
Family Tretocycloeciidae
Family Tubuliporidae Johnston, 1838
Family Tubuliporoidea incertae sedis

Family Cyclostomatida (awaiting allocation) (temporary name)

Family Canuellidae accepted as Cerioporidae Busk, 1859
Family Disporellidae accepted as Lichenoporidae Smitt, 1866
Family Fasciculiporidae accepted as Frondiporidae Busk, 1859
Family Fascigeridae accepted as Frondiporidae Busk, 1859
Family Filisparsidae Borg, 1944 accepted as Oncousoeciidae Canu, 1918
Family Fungellidae accepted as Corymboporidae Smitt, 1866
Family Kukersellidae † accepted as Crownoporidae Ross, 1967 †
Not documented
Taxonomic remark The names Cyclostomata and Cyclostomatida are both used for this order of bryozoans in the literature; Cyclostomata is...  
Taxonomic remark The names Cyclostomata and Cyclostomatida are both used for this order of bryozoans in the literature; Cyclostomata is preferred by www.bryozoa.net (2020 version) and Ruggiero et al., 2015, while WoRMS (2020) uses Cyclostomatida. The latter name is presently preferred in IRMNG since Cyclostomata Duméril, 1806 is also in use (as a class or superclass) for a higher taxon of chordates (jawless fishes). [details]
IRMNG (2021). Cyclostomatida. Accessed at: https://www.irmng.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=12074 on 2022-05-23
Date
action
by
2010-05-31 22:00:00Z
created
2011-12-31 23:00:00Z
changed

From other sources
Taxonomic remark The names Cyclostomata and Cyclostomatida are both used for this order of bryozoans in the literature; Cyclostomata is preferred by www.bryozoa.net (2020 version) and Ruggiero et al., 2015, while WoRMS (2020) uses Cyclostomatida. The latter name is presently preferred in IRMNG since Cyclostomata Duméril, 1806 is also in use (as a class or superclass) for a higher taxon of chordates (jawless fishes). [details]

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