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We have not followed the Almeida and Christoffersen (1999:702) classiﬁcation here. Authority for the taxon name Pentastomida was somewhat difﬁcult to decipher. Riley (pers. , Almeida and Christoffersen, 1999) credit the taxon name Pentastomida to Rudolphi. We have been unable to locate a work by Rudolphi in 1819 and suspect that Rudolphi, 1809, was the intended reference, as Rudolphi described the genus Pentastoma and used the group name Pentastomata in this 1809 work (L. Holthuis, pers. ). Diesing (1836) ﬁrst used it (as Pentastoma) for the entire group, although the rank was not given.
1983) was clearly an unsupported departure (see also discussions on Branchiopoda and Phyllocarida and notes on Entomostraca under the general heading Crustacea). A modiﬁed version of the classiﬁcation of the Ostracoda used by Whatley et al. (1993), which will be the basis for the classiﬁcation used in the upcoming revision of the Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology (‘‘more or less,’’ according to Whatley, pers. ; R. Kaesler, pers. ), was sent to us by R. Whatley. This classiﬁcation, which differs considerably from what was proposed by McKenzie et al.
Cohen, pers. ). Alexander Liebau (pers. ) informs us that the Cytherocopina has been divided by him (Liebau, 1991; not seen by us) into two infraorders, the Nomocytherinina (which includes species showing epidermal cell constancy reﬂected by mesh constancy of reticulate sculptures) and the Archaeocytherinina, containing the paraphyletic remaining cytherocopines. We have not used this division here. Within the Cytheroidea, we have used the list of families supplied by R. Whatley (pers. ), based in part on Whatley et al.
An updated classification of the recent crustacea by David Paul Whistler, Xiaoming Wang, Lawrence G Barnes