Yu, X.-H. (1987). Late Jurassic and Early Cretaceous fresh water gastropods (Mollusca) from western Liaoning Province, China. In: Yu, X.-H.; Wang, W.-L.; Liu, X.-T.; Zhang, W.; Zheng, S.-L.; Zhang, Z.-C.; Yu, J.-S.; Ma, F.-Z.; Dong, G.-Y.; Yao, P.-Y. (eds) Mesozoic Stratigraphy and Palaeontology of Western Liaoning, Vol. 3. Geological Publishing House, Beijing. pp. 29-116.
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Bouchet P., Rocroi J.P., Hausdorf B., Kaim A., Kano Y., Nützel A., Parkhaev P., Schrödl M. & Strong E.E. (2017). Revised classification, nomenclator and typification of gastropod and monoplacophoran families. <em>Malacologia.</em> 61(1-2): 1-526.
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Classification Mesocochliopa was originally classified as a genus of Amnicolidae by Yen & Reeside (1946) and was also listed as a genus of the Hydrobiidae sensu lato by Kabat & Hershler (1993). Yu (1987) did not sufficiently substantiate its re-classification in the Ellobioidea. It is even questionable whether the Cretaceous Chinese fossils examined by Yu (1987) are really related to the Jurassic Mesocochliopa from North America (Bouchet et al. 2017). [details]