Q element of Drepanoistodus suberectus, from Sansom & Smith (2005).

Belongs within: Conodonta.
Contains: Prioniodontida, Panderodontida.

The Conodonti is a major group of conodonts containing those lineages derived from the Upper Cambrian to Lower Ordovician genus Teridontus, comprising the majority of familiar conodont species (Sweet & Donoghue 2001).

<==Conodonti [Protopanderodontida] SD01
    |  i. s.: Protopanderodus PBJ03 [Protopanderodontidae SD01]
    |           |--P. elongatus PBJ03
    |           |--P. gradatus PBJ03
    |           |--P. leonardii PBJ03
    |           `--P. rectus PBJ03
    |--Teridontus SD01
    `--+--Prioniodontida SD01
       `--+--Clavohamulus Furnish 1938 H62 [Clavohamulidae SD01]
          `--+--+--Panderodontida SD01
             |  `--Acanthodus Furnish 1938 DJ71 [Acanthodontidae SD01]
             |       |--*A. uncinatus Furnish 1938 DJ71
             |       |--A. costatus Druce & Jones 1971 DJ71
             |       `--A. lineatus (Furnish 1938) [=Drepanodus lineatus] DJ71
             `--Drepanoistodus Lindström 1971 SS05 [Drepanoistodontidae SD01]
                  |--*D. forceps (Lindström 1955) [=Oistodus forceps] SS05
                  |--D. angulensis PBJ03
                  |--D. basiovalis PBJ03
                  |--D. concavus PBJ03
                  |--D. latus PBJ03
                  |--D. lucidus PBJ03
                  `--D. suberectus (Branson & Mehl 1933) SS05 (see below for synonymy)

Drepanoistodus suberectus (Branson & Mehl 1933) SS05 [=Oistodus suberectus SS05, Drepanodus suberectus DJ71; incl. D. homocurvatus DJ71, Oistodus inclinatus DJ71]

*Type species of generic name indicated


[DJ71] Druce, E. C., & P. J. Jones. 1971. Cambro-Ordovician conodonts from the Burke River Structural Belt, Queensland. Commonwealth of Australia, Bureau of National Development, Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics, Bulletin 110: 1–159.

[H62] Hass, W. H. 1962. Conodonts. In: Moore, R. C. (ed.) Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology pt W. Miscellanea: Conodonts, Conoidal Shells of Uncertain Affinities, Worms, Trace Fossils and Problematica pp. W3–W69. Geological Society of America, and University of Kansas Press.

[PBJ03] Pyle, L. J., C. R. Barnes & Z. Ji. 2003. Conodont fauna and biostratigraphy of the Outram, Skoki, and Owen Creek Formations (Lower to Middle Ordovician), Wilcox Pass, Alberta, Canada. Journal of Paleontology 77 (5): 958–976.

[SS05] Sansom, I. J., & M. P. Smith. 2005. Late Ordovician vertebrates from the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming, USA. Palaeontology 48 (1): 31–48.

[SD01] Sweet, W. C., & P. C. J. Donoghue. 2001. Conodonts: past, present, future. Journal of Paleontology 75 (6): 1174–1184.

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