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Mammites

Cephalopoda - Ammonitida - Acanthoceratidae

Taxonomy
Mammites was named by Laube and Bruder (1887) [Sepkoski's age data: K Turo-l Sepkoski's reference number: 716]. It is the type genus of Mammitidae.

It was reranked as Acanthoceras (Mammites) by Boule et al. (1907).

It was assigned to Acanthoceras by Boule et al. (1907); to Mammitidae by Benavides-Caceres (1956); to Acanthoceratidae by Zaborski (1987); to Ammonoidea by Sepkoski (2002); and to Mammitinae by Chancellor (1982), Cobban and Hook (1983), Kennedy et al. (1987), Meister et al. (1994), Kennedy (1994), Wright (1996), Cooper (1998), Barroso-Barcenilla (2004), Barroso-Barcenilla (2007), Ifrim and Stinnesbeck (2007), Kennedy et al. (2008) and Kennedy and Gale (2016).

Synonyms
Synonymy list
YearName and author
1887Mammites Laube and Bruder
1903Schluetericeras Hyatt p. 110
1907Acanthoceras (Mammites) Boule et al.
1956Mammites Benavides-Caceres p. 468
1982Mammites Chancellor p. 83
1983Mammites Cobban and Hook p. 8
1987Mammites Kennedy et al. p. 42
1987Mammites Zaborski p. 40
1994Mammites Kennedy p. 260
1994Mammites Meister et al. p. 196
1996Mammites Wright
1998Mammites Cooper
2002Mammites Sepkoski, Jr.
2004Mammites Barroso-Barcenilla p. 104
2007Mammites Barroso-Barcenilla p. 147
2007Mammites Ifrim and Stinnesbeck p. 651
2008Mammites Kennedy et al. p. 154
2016Mammites Kennedy and Gale p. 278

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Bilateria
EubilateriaAx 1987
Protostomia
Spiralia
Schizocoela
phylumMollusca
classCephalopodaCuvier 1797
RankNameAuthor
subclassAmmonoidea(Zittel 1884)
orderAmmonitidaHyatt 1889
suborderAmmonitinaHyatt 1889
superfamilyAcanthoceratoidea(de Grossouvre 1894)
familyAcanthoceratidaeGrossouvre 1894
subfamilyMammitinae(Hyatt 1900)
genusMammitesLaube and Bruder 1887

If no rank is listed, the taxon is considered an unranked clade in modern classifications. Ranks may be repeated or presented in the wrong order because authors working on different parts of the classification may disagree about how to rank taxa.

Diagnosis
No diagnoses are available