Alternative combination: Waagenoceras hilli
Synonyms: Perrinites beedei Plummer and Scott 1937, Perrinites kempae Plummer and Scott 1937
Full reference: J. P. Smith. 1903. The Carboniferous ammonoids of America. Monographs of the United States Geological Survey 52:1-211
See also Clifton 1942, Glenister et al. 1990, Miller 1944, Miller 1945, Miller and Furnish 1941, Miller et al. 1957, Plummer and Scott 1937, Smith 1903, Tharalson 1984, Thompson and Miller 1949 and Wilson 1986
- Perrinites hilli: Its type locality is Falls of Salt Croton Creek, which is in a Kungurian carbonate limestone in the Blaine Formation of Texas
- Perrinites beedei: Its type locality is Mule Creek, S of Colorado River, Runnels County, which is in a Kungurian marine siliciclastic in the Choza Formation of Texas.
- Perrinites kempae: Its type locality is B.E.G. 220-T-1 (Q-4), 1 mile ENE of Abilene Railway station, which is in a Kungurian marine siliciclastic in the Clear Fork Formation of Texas.
Ecology: fast-moving nektonic carnivore
Average measurements (in mm): shell diameter 44.4
Total: 79 collections each including a single occurrence
Specimen images are retrieved through the ePANDDA API.
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