Temporal range: Ordovician
|Cincinnetina meeki (Miller, 1875) (Upper Ordovician of Ohio).|
Cincinnetina is an extinct genus of brachiopods which existed in what is now the United States during the Late Ordovician. It was described by Jisuo Jin in 2012, as a new genus for the Orthis species O. multisecta (Meek, 1873) and O. meeki (Miller, 1875), each of which have been replaced a number of times under other genera, e.g. Dalmanella, Resserella, and Onniella by other authors. A third species, C. minnesotensis, was described from Minnesota, from which its species epithet was derived.
- Cincinnetina multisecta (Meek, 1873)
- Cincinnetina meeki (Miller, 1875)
- Cincinnetina minnesotensis Jin, 2012
- Jisuo Jin (2012). "Cincinnetina, a new Late Ordovician dalmanellid brachiopod from the Cincinnati type area, USA: implications for the evolution and palaeogeography of the epicontinental fauna of Laurentia". Palaeontology. 55 (1): 205–228. doi:10.1111/j.1475-4983.2011.01113.x.
- Meek, F. B. 1873. Section I. Descriptions of invertebrate fossils of the Silurian and Devonian systems. Ohio Geological Survey, Palaeontology, 1 (Pt. 2), 1–243.
- Miller, S. A. 1875. Monograph of the Class Brachiopoda of the Cincinnati Group. Cincinnati Quarterly Journal of Science, 2, 6–62.