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Cooper, G. A. (1983). The Terebratulacea (Brachiopoda), Triassic to recent: A study of the brachidia (loops). Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology. 50:1– 445, 17 fig., 77 pl., 86 tables.
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Cooper, G. A.
1983
The Terebratulacea (Brachiopoda), Triassic to recent: A study of the brachidia (loops)
Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology
50:1– 445, 17 fig., 77 pl., 86 tables
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Acrobelesia Cooper, 1983 (original description)
Acrobelesia cooperi (d'Hondt, 1976) (source of synonymy)
Acrobrochus Cooper, 1983 (original description)
Acrobrochus hendleri (Cooper, 1982) accepted as Acrobrochus vema (Cooper, 1973) (new combination reference)
Acrobrochus vema (Cooper, 1973) (new combination reference)
Aenigmathyridinae Cooper, 1983 (original description)
Dysedrosia Cooper, 1983 (original description)
Dysedrosia borneoensis (Dall, 1920) (new combination reference)
Goniobrochus Cooper, 1983 (original description)
Goniobrochus ewingi (Cooper, 1973) (taxonomy source)
Gryphus joloensis Dall, 1920 accepted as Zygonaria joloensis (Dall, 1920) (new combination reference)
Tichosininae Cooper, 1983 (original description)
Zygonaria Cooper, 1983 (original description)
Zygonaria davidsoni (Adams, 1867) (new combination reference)
Zygonaria joloensis (Dall, 1920) (new combination reference)
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Dysedrosia borneoensis (Dall, 1920) 
Madagascan Exclusive Economic Zone for Stenosarina crosnieri (Cooper, 1983) 
Holotype USNM 229297a, geounit Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone, identified as Dysedrosia borneoensis (Dall, 1920)
 Etymology

Genus name Acrobelesia derived from the Greek 'acrobeles' (= pointed at the end). [details]

 Etymology

Genus name Dolichozygus derived from the Greek 'dolichos' (=long) and 'zygos' (=yoke). [details]

 Etymology

Genus name 'Eurysina' from the Greek 'eurys' (=broad or wide), alluding to the wider loop angle of this genus ... [details]

 Etymology

Specific epithet 'crosnieri' named for Dr. A. Crosnier of the Laboratory of Zoology, MNHN, Paris. [details]

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