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Although Beron (2021: 9, 454) lists authorship for superfamily Cloacaroidea as Bochkov and OConnor, 2008, the ICZN's Principle of Coordination (Art. 36) dictates that all family-group names based on the same genus name should get authorship to match the first use of such a name at any family-group rank (superfamily to subtribe), as the first such use establishes the name at all family-group ranks. Thus, superfamily Cloacaroidea has the same authorship as the family & subfamily
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