†family Anisoceratidae Hyatt 1900 (ammonite)

Cephalopoda - Ammonitida - Anisoceratidae

Synonyms: Algeritidae Spath 1925, Phlycticrioceratidae Spath 1926

Full reference: A. Hyatt. 1900. Cephalopoda. Textbook of Palaeontology 1:502-604

Parent taxon: Turrilitoidea according to W. J. Kennedy and N. J. Morris 2018

See also Arkadiev et al. 2000, Cantu-Chapa 1962, Förster 1975, Henderson 1990, Kennedy 1984, Kennedy 1994, Kennedy 1995, Kennedy 2005, Kennedy et al. 1988, Kennedy and Cobban 1990, Kennedy et al. 1998, Kennedy and Gale 2015, Kennedy et al. 2008, Kennedy et al. 2008, Kennedy and Klinger 2009, Kennedy and Latil 2007, Klinger et al. 2010, Sharifi et al. 2016, Summesberger 1979, Szives 2007, Thomel 1988, Wright 1952 and Wright 1979

Sister taxa: Baculitidae, Diplomoceratidae, Hamitidae, Nostoceratidae, Plesiohamites, Turrilitidae

Subtaxa: Algerites Allocrioceras Anisoceras Idiohamites Metahamites Ndumuiceras Phlycticrioceras Prohelicoceras Protanisoceras Rossalites Tarrantites

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Type: Anisoceras

Ecology: fast-moving nektonic carnivore

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of Angola (8 collections), Armenia (1), Australia (2), Azerbaijan (1), Belgium (1), Canada (2: British Columbia), Colombia (1), France (65), Germany (11), India (2), Iran (1), Italy (1), Japan (3), Kazakhstan (1), Madagascar (16), Mexico (1), Mozambique (2), Nigeria (2), Pakistan (1), Peru (2), South Africa (6), Spain (3), Switzerland (5), Tanzania (1), Tunisia (2), Ukraine (2), the United Kingdom (25), United States (53: Arizona, California, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Wyoming)

Total: 221 collections including 353 occurrences

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