F. Ahmad et al. 2015

Full reference
F. Ahmad, C. Ifrim, and S. Farouk. 2015. The last ammonoids of Jordan – implications from the Outhriate section. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 278:245-256 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham]
Metadata
ID number:  59057
Created:  2016-05-04 22:15:22
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (16) - view classification
'Acanthocerataceae belongs to Ammonitina' according to F. Ahmad et al. 2015
'Baculites ovata is corrected as Baculites ovatus and belongs to Baculites' according to F. Ahmad et al. 2015
'Baculites belongs to Baculitidae' according to F. Ahmad et al. 2015
'Baculitidae belongs to Turrilitoidea' according to F. Ahmad et al. 2015
'Desmocerataceae is corrected as Desmoceratoidea and belongs to Ammonitina' according to F. Ahmad et al. 2015
'Desmoceratidae belongs to Desmoceratoidea' according to F. Ahmad et al. 2015
'Hauericeras belongs to Hauericeratinae' according to F. Ahmad et al. 2015
'Hauericeratinae belongs to Desmoceratidae' according to F. Ahmad et al. 2015
'Libycoceras chargense belongs to Libycoceras' according to Blanckenhorn 1900
'Libycoceras chargense is a subjective synonym of Libycoceras acutodorsatus' according to F. Ahmad et al. 2015
'Libycoceras belongs to Sphenodiscinae' according to F. Ahmad et al. 2015
'Sphenodiscidae belongs to Acanthocerataceae' according to F. Ahmad et al. 2015
'Sphenodiscinae belongs to Sphenodiscidae' according to F. Ahmad et al. 2015
'Sphenodiscus acutodorsatus belongs to Sphenodiscus' according to Noetling 1897
'Sphenodiscus acutodorsatus is recombined as Libycoceras acutodorsatus' according to F. Ahmad et al. 2015
'Turrilitaceae is corrected as Turrilitoidea and belongs to Ancyloceratina' according to F. Ahmad et al. 2015