Nautiloidea

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The taxonomy presented here follows that of Mary Wade, 1988, in which related orders are combined in superorders. Note that the 'oidea' ending is used in the superordinal and not the subclassis sense. These are the  
The taxonomy presented here follows that of Mary Wade, 1988, in which related orders are combined in superorders. Note that the 'oidea' ending is used in the superordinal and not the subclassis sense. These are the  
** [[Plectronoceratoidea]]
** [[Plectronoceratoidea]]
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** [[Endoceratoidea]]
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** [[Endocerida|Endoceratoidea]]
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** [[Actinoceratoidea]]
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** [[Actinocerida|Actinoceratoidea]]
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** [[Discosoratoidea]]
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** [[Discosorida|Discosoratoidea]]
** [[Nautilitoidea]]
** [[Nautilitoidea]]
** [[Orthoceratoidea]]
** [[Orthoceratoidea]]
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The Plectronoceratoidea includes the primitive ancestral [[Plectronocerida]] and [[Ellesmerocerida]] along with the [[Protactinocerida]] and [[Yanhecerida]]. The Nautilitoidea includes the [[Tarphycerida]], [[Oncocerida]], and [[Nautilida]]. The Orthoceratoidea includes the [[Orthocerida]], [[Pseudorthocerida]], and [[Ascocerida]].  
The Plectronoceratoidea includes the primitive ancestral [[Plectronocerida]] and [[Ellesmerocerida]] along with the [[Protactinocerida]] and [[Yanhecerida]]. The Nautilitoidea includes the [[Tarphycerida]], [[Oncocerida]], and [[Nautilida]]. The Orthoceratoidea includes the [[Orthocerida]], [[Pseudorthocerida]], and [[Ascocerida]].  
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The Endoceratoidea, Actinoceratoidea, and Discosoratoidea are each represented by a single order, respectivley the Endocerida, Actinocerida, and Discosorida, and can be over looked as superfluous. That is unless the intejocerids are recognized as a separate order within the Endoceratoidea.
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The Endoceratoidea, Actinoceratoidea, and Discosoratoidea are each represented by a single order, respectively the Endocerida, Actinocerida, and Discosorida, and can be over looked as superfluous.
== Taxonomic Comparisons ==
== Taxonomic Comparisons ==

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