Baculites lechitides Brunnschweiler 1966 (ammonite)

Cephalopoda - Ammonitida - Baculitidae

Full reference: R. O. Brunnschweiler. 1966. Upper Cretaceous ammonites from the Carnarvon Basin of Western Australia I: the heteromorph Lytoceratina. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics Bulletin 58:1-58

Belongs to Baculites according to R. A. Henderson et al. 1992

See also Brunnschweiler 1966

Sister taxa: Baculites ambatryensis, Baculites anceps, Baculites aquilaensis, Baculites asper, Baculites asperiformis, Baculites baculus, Baculites bailyi, Baculites boulei, Baculites brevicosta, Baculites buttensis, Baculites capensis, Baculites chicoensis, Baculites cobbani, Baculites codyensis, Baculites compressus, Baculites crickmayi, Baculites fairbanksi, Baculites fuchsi, Baculites haresi, Baculites huenickeni, Baculites incurvatus, Baculites inornatus, Baculites knorrianus, Baculites leopoliensis, Baculites lomaensis, Baculites mclearni, Baculites minerensis, Baculites obtusus, Baculites occidentalis, Baculites ovatus, Baculites pseudovatus, Baculites rectus, Baculites subanceps, Baculites subcircularis, Baculites tanakai, Baculites taylorensis, Baculites undatus, Baculites undulatus, Baculites vaalsensis, Baculites vertebralis, Baculites yokoyamai

Type specimen: CPC 2689, a shell. Its type locality is Locality GC 8, Marilla Anticline, which is in a Maastrichtian carbonate limestone in the Miria Formation of Australia.

Ecology: fast-moving nektonic carnivore

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of Australia (2 collections)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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