In the Wikipedia article on the cerebral cortex one reads:
»Most of the cerebral cortex consists of the six-layered neocortex.«
Accordingly, in the Wikipedia list of regions in the human brain, one finds "cerebral cortex" and "neocortex" as almost synonyms.
But assuming that they are not perfect synonyms – but that there are some parts of the cerebral cortex that are not part of the neocortex – I wonder which parts this might specifically be.
To make my question specific, I list here all parts of the cerebral cortex as listed at Wikipedia:
Cerebral cortex (neocortex) Frontal lobe Primary motor cortex Supplementary motor cortex Premotor cortex Prefrontal cortex Orbitofrontal cortex Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex Superior frontal gyrus Middle frontal gyrus Inf. frontal gyrus Brodmann areas Parietal lobe Primary somatosensory cortex (S1) Secondary somatosensory cortex (S2) Posterior parietal cortex Postcentral gyrus (Primary somesthetic area) Precuneus Brodmann areas Occipital lobe Primary visual cortex (V1) V2 V3 V4 V5/MT Lateral occipital gyrus Cuneus Brodmann areas Temporal lobe Primary auditory cortex (A1) secondary auditory cortex (A2) Inf. temporal cortex Posterior Inf. temporal cortex Superior temporal gyrus Middle temporal gyrus Inf. temporal gyrus Entorhinal cortex Perirhinal cortex Parahippocampal gyrus Fusiform gyrus Brodmann areas Medial superior temporal area (MST) Insular cortex Cingulate cortex Anterior cingulate Posterior cingulate Retrosplenial cortex Indusium griseum Subgenual area 25 Brodmann areas
If there are parts of the cerebral cortex missing here, a hint would be welcome!