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Calycoceras

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Kingdom  Animalia
Phylum  Mollusca
Order  Ammonitida
Family  Acanthoceratidae
Rank  Genus
Subclass  Ammonites
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Similar  Ammonites, Acanthoceras, Mantelliceras, Mammites, Collignoniceras

Calycoceras is an extinct genus of cephalopods belonging to the subclass Ammonoidea and family Acanthoceratidae that lived during the Cenomanian stage of the Late Cretaceous, 100-94 Mya. Their shells had ornate ribs.

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Species

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  • Calycoceras annulatum Collignon 1964
  • Calycoceras asiaticum (Jimbo, 1894)
  • Calycoceras besairieri Collignon 1937
  • Calycoceras boreale Kennedy, Cobban & Landman 1996
  • Calycoceras dromense (Thomel, 1972)
  • Calycoceras cenomanense (d’Archiac)
  • Calycoceras navicularis Mantell 1822
  • Calycoceras orientale Matsumoto, Saito & Fukada
  • Calycoceras paucinodatum (Crick)
  • Calycoceras tarrantense
  • Distribution

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    Calycoceras species may be found in the Cretaceous of Angola, Antarctica, Canada (British Columbia), France, Germany, Japan, Nigeria, Oman, Russia, the United Kingdom, United States (Alaska, Arizona, Kansas, New Mexico, South Dakota, Utah)

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    References

    Calycoceras Wikipedia


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