Cycloceras M'Coy 1844 (mollusk)

Cephalopoda - Orthocerida

Alternative spelling: Orthoceras (Cycloceras)

Parent taxon: Orthocerida according to C. Teichert et al. 1964

See also Flower 1962 and Reed 1944

Sister taxa: Acrosphaerorthoceras, Aethiosolen, Arionoceratidae, Arterioceras, Badouceras, Baltoceratidae, Bogoslovskya, Bohemites, Cedarvilleoceras, Chicagooceras, Coralloceras, Cornuella, Cryptocycloceras, Dictyoceras, Donacoceras, Esopoceras, Folioceras, Garryoceras, Geisonoceratidae, Geisonocerina, Greenlandoceras, Haruspex, Heloceras, Jangziceras, Joldagiroceras, Kionoceratidae, Leurocycloceras, Lituitina, Loxoceras, Mericoceras, Molossus, Murchisoniceras, Naivs, Narthecoceratidae, Nebroceras, Neorthoceras, Neosichuanoceras, Ophidioceras, Orthoceratidae, Orthoceratina, Palaeocycloceras, Paradnatoceras, Paramooreoceras, Plicatoceras, Podoliceras, Proteoceratidae, Protobactrites, Pseudokionoceras, Pseudorthocerataceae, Pseudotemperoceras, Pythonoceras, Rhabdites, Rhipsites, Richmondoceras, Sannionites, Siberioceras, Sichuanaceras, Sichuanoceratidae, Sphaerorthoceratidae, Sphaerortoceratidae, Standardoceras, Subspyroceras, Tambegiroceras, Tartaroceras, Tienoceras, Tretoceras, Tripteroceratidae, Trispectes, Tunguskoceras, Vericeras, Zhuralevia, Greenlandoceratidae, Allumettoceratidae, Michelinoceratidae, Striatoceratidae, Choanoceratidae, Cycloceratidae, Eskimoceratidae, Clinoceratidae, Engorthoceratidae

Subtaxa: Cycloceras hsiangtanense Cycloceras laevigatum Cycloceras olorus Cycloceras waageni

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Ecology: nektonic carnivore

Distribution:

• Permian of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1 collection), China (1), Iran (1)

• Carboniferous of Kazakhstan (1), the United Kingdom (7), United States (3: Arizona, Oklahoma)

• Silurian of the Czech Republic (1), United States (1: Wisconsin)

• Ordovician of Canada (7: Nunavut, Ontario), China (4), North Korea (1)

• Llandeilo of China (1)

• Arenig of China (1)

Total: 30 collections including 34 occurrences

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