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Cyclocrinales †

11911721  (urn:lsid:irmng.org:taxname:11911721)

M.H. Nitecki & D.F. Toomey, 1979
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marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
fossil only
Not documented
Taxonomic remark From Shabbar et al., 2020: The cyclocrinitids, an extinct algal tribe, has a long history of its doubtful affiliation with...  
Taxonomic remark From Shabbar et al., 2020: The cyclocrinitids, an extinct algal tribe, has a long history of its doubtful affiliation with the sponges, foraminifers, gastropod eggs, bryozoans, corals, tunicates, crinoids, or cystoids, which are now widely considered as calcareous green algae (Beadle, 1988, 1991). ... . Thereafter, cyclocrinitids have been placed in the Order Dasycladales (Pia, 1920, 1927; Egerod, 1952; Johnson, 1961; Wray, 1977; Bassoullet et al., 1979) ... notwithstanding, some workers classified them as receptaculitids (Nitecki and Toomey, 1979; Fisher and Nitecki, 1982; Nitecki, 1986). Moreover, some algologists doubted on the taxonomic assignment proposed by Pia (1920) and Bassoullet et al. (1979) and proposed that cyclocrinitids belong to the order Cyclocrinales, a possible sister order of Dasycladales (Nitecki, 1986; Spjeldnæs and Nitecki, 1990a, 1990b; Nitecki and Spjeldnæs, 1992). [details]
IRMNG (2021). Cyclocrinales †. Accessed at: https://www.irmng.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=11911721 on 2024-05-18
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basis of record Taylor, T. N.; Taylor, E. L.; Krings, M. (2009). Paleobotany: The Biology and Evolution of Fossil Plants. Second Edition. Academic Press, 1252 pp. , available online at https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/book/9780123739728 [details]   

additional source Nitecki, M. H.; Mutvei, H.; Nitecki, D. V. (1999). Receptaculitids: a phylogenetic debate on a problematic fossil taxon. Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers.  [details]   

additional source Nitecki, M. H.; Webby, B. D.; Spjeldnaes, N.; Zhen, Y-Y. (2004). Receptaculitids and algae. Pp. 336-347 In B. D. Webby, F. Paris, M. L. Droser, & I. G. Percival (Eds.), The Great Ordovician biodiversification event. (Critical moments and perspectives in Earth history and paleobiology). New York: Columbia University Press.  [details]   

additional source Shabbar, H.; Saxena, A.; Singh, K. J.; Goswami, S. (2020). Cyclocrinitids from the Lower Palaeozoic Tethyan sequence of Spiti, India. <em>Palaeoworld.</em> 29(3): 534-543., available online at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palwor.2019.07.007 [details]   

taxonomy source Taylor, T. N.; Taylor, E. L.; Krings, M. (2009). Paleobotany: The Biology and Evolution of Fossil Plants. Second Edition. Academic Press, 1252 pp. , available online at https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/book/9780123739728 [details]   

current name source Taylor, T. N.; Taylor, E. L.; Krings, M. (2009). Paleobotany: The Biology and Evolution of Fossil Plants. Second Edition. Academic Press, 1252 pp. , available online at https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/book/9780123739728 [details]   

extant flag source Taylor, T. N.; Taylor, E. L.; Krings, M. (2009). Paleobotany: The Biology and Evolution of Fossil Plants. Second Edition. Academic Press, 1252 pp. , available online at https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/book/9780123739728 [details]   

habitat flag source Taylor, T. N.; Taylor, E. L.; Krings, M. (2009). Paleobotany: The Biology and Evolution of Fossil Plants. Second Edition. Academic Press, 1252 pp. , available online at https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/book/9780123739728 [details]   
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Taxonomic remark From Shabbar et al., 2020: The cyclocrinitids, an extinct algal tribe, has a long history of its doubtful affiliation with the sponges, foraminifers, gastropod eggs, bryozoans, corals, tunicates, crinoids, or cystoids, which are now widely considered as calcareous green algae (Beadle, 1988, 1991). ... . Thereafter, cyclocrinitids have been placed in the Order Dasycladales (Pia, 1920, 1927; Egerod, 1952; Johnson, 1961; Wray, 1977; Bassoullet et al., 1979) ... notwithstanding, some workers classified them as receptaculitids (Nitecki and Toomey, 1979; Fisher and Nitecki, 1982; Nitecki, 1986). Moreover, some algologists doubted on the taxonomic assignment proposed by Pia (1920) and Bassoullet et al. (1979) and proposed that cyclocrinitids belong to the order Cyclocrinales, a possible sister order of Dasycladales (Nitecki, 1986; Spjeldnæs and Nitecki, 1990a, 1990b; Nitecki and Spjeldnæs, 1992). [details]

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