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  1. Designation of a type genus for the nominal order "Ammonoidea" Zittel, 1884, and proposed addition of that name to the "Official list of names in the Order/Class group in Zoology."
    By: Arkell, W J
    Type: Article
    In: The Bulletin of zoological nomenclature.
    Volume: 11
    Date: 1955
    Page Range: 199--200
    Publication info: London,International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature.
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  2. Lower Kimeridgian ammonites from the drift of Lincolnshire
    By: Arkell, W J - Callomon, J H
    Type: Article
    In: Palaeontology.
    Volume: 6
    Date: 1963
    Page Range: 219--245
    Publication info: London :Palaeontological Association,1957-
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  3. Proposed addition to the Official List of Family-Group Names in Zoology of certain Family-Group Names for Ammonoidea, generally accepted in corrected form, but originally mis-spelt or incorrectly formed
    By: Arkell, W J
    Type: Article
    In: The Bulletin of zoological nomenclature.
    Volume: 16
    Date: 1958
    Page Range: 62--66
    Publication info: London,International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature.
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  4. Proposed adoption of a declaration that a generic or specific name based solely upon the aptychus of an ammonite (Class Cephalopoda, Order Ammonoidea) be excluded from availability under article 27 of the "Regles" and proposed suppression of ce
    By: Arkell, W J
    Type: Article
    In: The Bulletin of zoological nomenclature.
    Volume: 9
    Date: 1954
    Page Range: 266--269
    Publication info: London,International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature.
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  5. Proposed suppression under the plenary powers of the family-group name Seguenziceratidae Spath (L. F.) 1924
    By: Arkell, W J
    Type: Article
    In: The Bulletin of zoological nomenclature.
    Volume: 11
    Date: 1955
    Page Range: 297--298
    Publication info: London,International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature.
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  6. Proposed use of the plenary powers to validate and protect the family-group name "Mayaitidae" Spath (L. F.), 1928 (Class Cephalopoda, Order Ammonoidea)
    By: Arkell, W J
    Type: Article
    In: The Bulletin of zoological nomenclature.
    Volume: 11
    Date: 1955
    Page Range: 229--231
    Publication info: London,International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature.
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