|Basic info||Taxonomic history||Classification||Relationships|
|Morphology||Ecology and taphonomy||Age range and collections|
Cephalopoda - Ammonitida - Hamitidae
It was reranked as Ancyloceras (Hamites) by Meek and Hayden (1858); it was reranked as Anisoceras (Hamites) by Moberg (1885).
It was assigned to Ancyloceras by Meek and Hayden (1858); to Anisoceras by Moberg (1885); to Ptychoceratinae by Förster (1975); to Ammonoidea by Sepkoski (2002); and to Hamitidae by Whitehouse (1926), Kennedy and Cobban (1990), Henderson (1990), Kennedy (1994), Arkadiev et al. (2000), Kennedy (2005), Kennedy and Latil (2007), Kennedy et al. (2008) and Kennedy and Morris (2018).
|Year||Name and author|
|1858||Ancyloceras (Hamites) Meek and Hayden p. 56|
|1885||Anisoceras (Hamites) Moberg|
|1926||Hamites Whitehouse p. 226|
|1975||Hamites Förster p. 163|
|1990||Hamites Henderson p. 130|
|1990||Hamites Kennedy and Cobban p. 414|
|1994||Hamites Kennedy p. 231|
|2000||Hamites Arkadiev et al. p. 115|
|2002||Hamites Sepkoski, Jr.|
|2005||Hamites Kennedy p. 408|
|2007||Hamites Kennedy and Latil p. 471|
|2008||Hamites Kennedy et al. p. 46|
|2018||Hamites Kennedy and Morris p. 96|
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