Cravenoceras kullatinense Campbell 1962 (ammonite)

Cephalopoda - Goniatitida - Cravenoceratidae

Full reference: K.S.W. Campbell. 1962. Marine fossils from the Carboniferous glacial rocks of New South Wales. Journal of Paleontology 36(1):38-52

Belongs to Cravenoceras according to K.S.W. Campbell 1962

Sister taxa: Cravenoceras (Richardsonites), Cravenoceras acutum, Cravenoceras africanum, Cravenoceras arcticum, Cravenoceras beleutense, Cravenoceras berkhi, Cravenoceras crassum, Cravenoceras insolitum, Cravenoceras kingi, Cravenoceras leion, Cravenoceras leionoides, Cravenoceras lineolatum, Cravenoceras malhamense, Cravenoceras originale, Cravenoceras petrenkoi, Cravenoceras schaelkense, Cravenoceras scoticum, Cravenoceras shimanskyi, Cravenoceras subitum, Cravenoceras tonksi, Cravenoceras tozeri, Cravenoceras vetum

Type specimen: F 5739 U.N.E.. Its type locality is Oaky Creek section, near Sherwood, 11 miles WNW of Kempsey, which is in a Namurian marine mudstone/sandstone in the Booral Formation of Australia.

Ecology: fast-moving nektonic carnivore

Distribution: found only at Oaky Creek section, near Sherwood, 11 miles WNW of Kempsey

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