†family Anomalosaepiidae Yancey and Garvie 2011 (mollusk)

Cephalopoda - Anomalosaepiidae

Full reference: T. E. Yancey and C. L. Garvie. 2011. Redescription of Anomalosaepia (Cephalopoda: Coleoida): A Sepioid with a Bimineralic Calcite and Aragonite Skeleton. Journal of Paleontology 85:904-915

Parent taxon: Cephalopoda according to T. E. Yancey and C. L. Garvie 2011

Sister taxa: Actinoceratoidea, Actinocerida, Actinodochmioceras, Akidocheilus, Ammonoidea, Ascocerida, Ausseites, Avramidiscus, Bactritoidea, Barrandeocerida, Belosaepia, Boletzkida, Botellusoceras, Burronoceras, Coleoidea, Conchorhynchus, Cyrtoceras, Dartoceras, Davidiceras, Desmoceras, Didymoceras, Discosorida, Ellesmerocerida, Endoceratoidea, Endocerida, Endocycloceratidae, Erlangericheilus, Gonatocheilus, Hadrocheilus, Heyuncunoceras, Kailiceras, Kotetishvilia, Lamellaptychus, Leptocheilus, Leurocycloceratinae, Mesoteuthoidea, Michelinoceratinae, Nautiloidea, Nautilus (Solenochilus), Ohioceratidae, Oncocerida, Orthoceratoidea, Orthoceratoidea, Orthodochmioceras, Palaeoteuthis, Plectonocerida, Protactinocerida, Pseudorthocerida, Rhynchoteuthis, Rhyncolites, Robsonoceratidae, Scaptorrhynchus, Sichunoceras, Songkanoceras, Stemtonoceratidae, Tarphycerida, Teratoceroides, Tetrabranchiata, Tillicheilus, Toxancyloceras, Werthenoceras, Yanhecerida, Yannanoceras, Yichangoceras

Subtaxa: Anomalosaepia

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Ecology: fast-moving nektonic carnivore

Distribution:

• Paleocene of Egypt (2 collections)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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