Germanonautilus von Mojsisovics 1902 (nautiloid)

Cephalopoda - Nautilida - Tainoceratidae

Synonym: Thuringionautilus von Mojsisovics 1902

Full reference: E. von Mojsisovics. 1902. Die Cephalopoden der Hallstätter Kalke. Abhandlungen der Kaiserlich-Königlichen Geologischen Reichsanstalt 6(1):177-356

Parent taxon: Tainoceratidae according to J. A. Pérez-Valera et al. 2016

See also Sepkoski 2002, Sobolev 1989 and Teichert et al. 1964

Sister taxa: Anoploceras, Anthodiscoceras, Araxonautilus, Arctonautilus, Aulametacoceras, Clavinautilus, Cooperoceras, Encoiloceras, Enoploceras, Eulomacoceras, Grumantoceras, Hefengnautilus, Hexagonites, Holconautilus, Lichuanoceras, Lirometacoceras, Meixianlingites, Metacoceras, Mojsvaroceras, Neoclavinautilus, Neotainoceras, Nodonautilus, Nodopleuroceras, Paratainoceras, Paratainonautilus, Phaedrysmocheilus, Phloioceras, Pleuronautilus, Pseudometacoceras, Pseudotemnocheilus, Seironautilus, Siamnautilus, Sibyllonautilus, Sinotitanoceras, Tainionautilus, Tainoceras, Tanchiashanites, Tirolonautilus, Trachynautilus

Subtaxa: Ammonites acis Cyrtocera linearis Germanonautilus anceps Germanonautilus bidorsatus Germanonautilus breunneri Germanonautilus brooksi Germanonautilus bytschkovi Germanonautilus cassianus Germanonautilus furlongi Germanonautilus johnstoni Germanonautilus klipsteini Germanonautilus kyotanii Germanonautilus popowi Germanonautilus salinarius Germanonautilus schloenbachi Germanonautilus sibiricus Germanonautilus tridorsatus Nautilus tertius

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Type: Nautilus bidorsatus

Ecology: nektobenthic carnivore

Distribution:

• Triassic of Austria (4 collections), China (1), Germany (8), Hungary (3), India (1), Israel (1), Italy (14), Papua New Guinea (4), Poland (1), the Russian Federation (30), Slovakia (1), Spain (4), Svalbard and Jan Mayen (3), Tunisia (1), United States (21: Alaska, Nevada, Utah)

• Permian of Iran (1), Italy (1)

Total: 99 collections including 110 occurrences

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