Coroniceras involutum Taylor 1998 (ammonite)

Cephalopoda - Ammonitida - Arietitidae

Full reference: D. G. Taylor. 1998. Late Hettangian-early Sinemurian (Jurassic) ammonite biochronology of the western Cordillera, United States. Geobios 31:467-497

Belongs to Coroniceras according to D. G. Taylor 1998

Sister taxa: Arietites pseudospiralis, Coroniceras (Eucoroniceras), Coroniceras (Guexiceras), Coroniceras (Paracoroniceras), Coroniceras alcinoe, Coroniceras charlesi, Coroniceras fergusoni, Coroniceras freboldi, Coroniceras gallicum, Coroniceras grantsvillense, Coroniceras kridion, Coroniceras luningense, Coroniceras multicostatum, Coroniceras oblongaries, Coroniceras planaries, Coroniceras rotiforme, Coroniceras subrotiforme, Coroniceras volcanoense, Epammonites isis, Epammonites schloenbachi, Epammonites latisulcatus

Type specimen: NWMNH 25028, a shell. Its type locality is New York Canyon, Shoshone Mountains (T. mullerense horizon), which is in a Semicostatum marine limestone in the Sunrise Formation of Nevada.

Ecology: fast-moving nektonic carnivore

Distribution: found only at New York Canyon, Shoshone Mountains (T. mullerense horizon)

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