Paracravenoceras barnettense Plummer and Scott 1937 (ammonite)

Cephalopoda - Goniatitida - Glaphyritidae

Alternative combinations: Nuculoceras barnettense, Syngastrioceras barnettense

Full reference: F. B. Plummer and G. Scott. 1937. Upper Paleozoic ammonites in Texas. The University of Texas Bulletin 3701:1-516

Belongs to Paracravenoceras according to D. Korn and A. L. Titus 2015

See also Gordon 1960, Plummer and Scott 1937 and Ruzhentsev and Bogoslovskaya 1971

Sister taxon: Paracravenoceras ozarkense

Type specimen: Its type locality is B.E.G205-T-24 upper, abandoned lime kiln SE of San Saba, which is in a Serpukhovian marine limestone in the Barnett Formation of Texas.

Ecology: fast-moving nektonic carnivore

Average measurements (in mm): shell diameter 16.7


• Carboniferous of United States (2: Texas collections)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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