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Acrochordiceras hyatti

Cephalopoda - Ceratitida - Acrochordiceratidae

Acrochordiceras hyatti was named by Meek (1877). It is a 3D body fossil. Its type locality is West of New Pass Mines, Desatoya Mountains, which is in a Bithynian/Illyrian carbonate limestone in Nevada.

Synonymy list
YearName and author
1877Acrochordiceras hyatti Meek p. 124 figs. Pl 11, fig 5a
1895Acrochordiceras balarama Diener p. 35 figs. Pl 7, fig 3
1895Acrochordiceras joharense Diener p. 36 figs. Pl 7, fig 4
1905Acrochordiceras hyatti Hyatt and Smith p. 178 figs. Pl 23, figs 8-11
1914Acrochordiceras alternans Smith p. 38 figs. Pl 22, figs 15-17; pl 23, figs 4,5
1914Acrochordiceras hyatti Smith p. 39 figs. Pl 4, figs 8-11; pl 15, fig 5
1968Acrochordiceras subrotundum Shevyrev p. 126 figs. Pl 7, fig 4
1968Acrochordiceras simplex Shevyrev p. 128 figs. Pl 7, fig 5
1981Acrochordiceras (Acrochordiceras) kiparisovae Zharnikova p. 30 figs. Pl 4, figs 1-3; text-fig 1a
1981Acrochordiceras (Epacrochordiceras) korobkovi Zharnikova p. 35 figs. Pl 4, fig 6; text-figs 5,6
1982Acrochordiceras hyatti Silberling and Nichols p. 21 figs. Pl 4, figs 11-28; pl 5, figs 1-7; text-fig 13
1988Acrochordiceras asseretoi Fantini Sestini p. 52 figs. Pl 9, fig 3; text-fig 11d,12d
1995Caucasochordiceras simplex Shevyrev p. 77 figs. Pl 10, figs 2-5
1995Epacrochordiceras inflatum Shevyrev p. 80 figs. Pl 10, fig 6
1995Epacrochordiceras compressum Shevyrev p. 81 figs. Pl 13, figs 1,2
2010Acrochordiceras hyatti Monnet et al. p. 968 figs. Pl 3-5; text-figs 3-6,8,9

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EubilateriaAx 1987
classCephalopodaCuvier 1797
subclassAmmonoidea(Zittel 1884)
orderCeratitidaHyatt 1884
superfamilyCeratitoidea(Mojsisovics 1879)
familyAcrochordiceratidaeArthaber 1911

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.

No diagnoses are available