Altudoceras cooperi Miller 1945 (ammonite)

Cephalopoda - Goniatitida - Paragastrioceratidae

Alternative combination: Pseudogastrioceras cooperi

Full reference: A. K. Miller. 1945. Some exceptional Permian ammonoids from west Texas. Journal of Paleontology 19(1):14-21

Belongs to Altudoceras according to V. E. Ruzhentsev 1974

See also Miller 1945

Sister taxa: Altudoceras altudense, Altudoceras boreum, Altudoceras guanshanense, Altudoceras hefengense, Altudoceras hirsutum, Altudoceras jiaheense, Altudoceras jianshiense, Altudoceras lijiaense, Altudoceras mckeei, Altudoceras orientale, Altudoceras roemeri, Altudoceras serratum, Altudoceras sosioense, Altudoceras waageni, Altudoceras zitteli

Type specimen: USNM 111645. Its type locality is USNM703, Old Word Ranch, Glass Mountains, which is in a Roadian reef, buildup or bioherm limestone in the Road Canyon Formation of Texas.

Ecology: fast-moving nektonic carnivore

Average measurements (in mm): shell diameter 100.0


• Permian of United States (3: Texas collections)

Total: 3 collections each including a single occurrence

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