Rhynchonellida


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Rhynchonellida

[‚riŋ·kə′nel·əd·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of articulate brachiopods; typical forms are dorsibiconvex, the posterior margin is curved, the dorsal interarea is absent, and the ventral one greatly reduced.
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Inarticulata comprises 2 orders (Lingulida and Acrotretida): Articulata comprises an additional 2 orders (Rhynchonellida and Terebratulida).
In future studies, the C values of species from the order Rhynchonellida, which have not yet been determined, must be examined, and relationships between C values and phyletic evolution should be examined because the phyletic relationship of brachiopods has not yet been clarified.
Rhynchonellida. In Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part H, Brachiopoda, (Revised), 4, Rhynchonelliformea (Part) (Kaesler, R.
Two identifiable orders of Brachiopoda are present: Spiriferida and Rhynchonellida. From these, two genera from each order could be identified: Athyris and Spirifer, and Camartoechia and Rynchonella.
(2015): Los Rinconelidos (Brachiopoda, Rhynchonellida) del intervalo Calloviense-Oxfordiense en el Sector Central de la Cordillera Iberica.
(Brachiopoda, Rhynchonellida) en el Toarciense (Jurasico) de la Cordillera Iberica (Espafia).