Anagaudryceras sacya Forbes 1846 (ammonite)

Cephalopoda - Ammonitida - Tetragonitidae

Alternative combinations: Ammonites sacya, Lytoceras (Gaudryceras) sacya

Synonyms: Ammonites buddha Forbes 1846, Ammonites filicinctum Whiteaves 1876, Ammonites revelatus Stoliczka 1865, Ammonites whitneyi Gabb 1869, Anagaudryceras buddha Forbes 1846, Anagaudryceras filicinctum Whiteaves 1876, Anagaudryceras whitneyi Gabb 1869, Gaudryceras (Paragaudryceras) mokharaense Collignon 1950, Gaudryceras choffati Shimizu 1935, Gaudryceras limatum Yabe 1903, Kossmatella (Murphyella) enigma Matsumoto et al. 1972, Kossmatella cappsi Imlay 1960, Lytoceras (Kossmatella) whitneyi Gabb 1869, Paragaudryceras coagmentum Collignon 1963, Trachyceras whitneyi Gabb 1869

Full reference: E. Forbes. 1846. Report on the fossil invertebrata from southern India, collected by Mr. Kaye and Mr. Cunliffe. Transactions of the Geological Society of London, Series 2 7:97-174

Belongs to Anagaudryceras according to W. J. Kennedy and J. L. Latil 2007

See also Alabushev 1995, Anderson 1902, Anderson 1938, Forbes 1846, Gabb 1869, Imlay 1960, Jones 1967, Kennedy 1994, Kennedy and Klinger 1979, McLearn 1972, Meek 1877, Murphy 1967, Renz 1982, Summesberger 1992, Szives 2007 and Wright and Kennedy 1984

Sister taxa: Anagaudryceras aurarium, Anagaudryceras compressum, Anagaudryceras involvulum, Anagaudryceras lueneburgense, Anagaudryceras madraspatanum, Anagaudryceras matsumotoi, Anagaudryceras mikobokense, Anagaudryceras particostatum, Anagaudryceras politissimum, Anagaudryceras pulchrum, Anagaudryceras subsacya, Anagaudryceras subtilineatum, Anagaudryceras tennenti, Anagaudryceras valudavurense, Anagaudryceras yamashitai

Ecology: fast-moving nektonic carnivore

Average measurements (in mm): diameter 53.6, shell diameter 63.0


• Cretaceous of Antarctica (3 collections), Austria (1), Brazil (1), Canada (38: British Columbia), France (3), Japan (2), Madagascar (1), the Russian Federation (4), South Africa (3), United States (10: Alaska, California), Venezuela (1)

Total: 67 collections including 70 occurrences

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