Stacheoceras Gemmellaro 1887 (ammonite)

Cephalopoda - Goniatitida - Vidrioceratidae

Synonym: Parastacheoceras Ehiro and Misaki 2005

Full reference: G. G. Gemmellaro. 1887. La Fauna dei Calcari con Fusulina della Valle del Fiume Sosio nella Provincia di Palermo, Fasc. 1 - Ammonoidea. Giornale di Scienze Naturali e Economiche 19:1-106

Parent taxon: Neostacheoceratinae according to T. B. Leonova 2018

See also Bogoslovskaya 1990, Ehiro 2001, Ehiro and Misaki 2005, Furnish et al. 2009, Korn 2006, Sepkoski 2002 and Zhou 2017

Sister taxa: Chengxianites, Furnishites, Martoceras, Waagenina

Subtaxa: Parastacheoceras bidentatus Stacheoceras (Neostacheoceras) Stacheoceras andrussowi Stacheoceras antiquum Stacheoceras arthaberi Stacheoceras boesei Stacheoceras borissiaki Stacheoceras caucasicus Stacheoceras chaotianense Stacheoceras collignoni Stacheoceras darae Stacheoceras discoidale Stacheoceras gaudryi Stacheoceras gemmellaroi Stacheoceras giganteum Stacheoceras gilliamense Stacheoceras globulinum Stacheoceras gordoni Stacheoceras iwaizakiense Stacheoceras karpinskyi Stacheoceras lijiangense Stacheoceras mediterraneum Stacheoceras megamultidentatum Stacheoceras mirificum Stacheoceras oblatum Stacheoceras orientale Stacheoceras pengboense Stacheoceras priscum Stacheoceras rothi Stacheoceras sexlobatum Stacheoceras shaiwaense Stacheoceras sosiense Stacheoceras tepense Stacheoceras tietzei Stacheoceras timorense Stacheoceras toumanskayae Stacheoceras tschernyschewi Stacheoceras vogti Stacheoceras xiukangense Stacheoceras yajiangense

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Type: Stacheoceras mediterraneum

Ecology: fast-moving nektonic carnivore

Distribution:

• Permian of Afghanistan (2 collections), Azerbaijan (2), Canada (2: British Columbia, Nunavut), China (12), India (1), Indonesia (2), Iraq (1), Italy (6), Japan (8), Mexico (8), Oman (5), Pakistan (2), the Russian Federation (1), Tunisia (3), United States (12: California, Idaho, Texas)

Total: 67 collections including 77 occurrences

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