| Ammonites, Virgatites, Berriasella, Cadoceras, Aconeceras|
Craspedites is a ammonoid cephalopod included in the Perisphinctaceae that lived during the Late Jurassic and Early Cretaceous, found in Canada, Greenland, Poland, and the Russian Federation.
Craspedites, described by Pavlow in 1892, is characterized by a small, up to about 5cm in diameter, smooth, essentially involute shell with simple ammonitic sutures. Whorl section is rounded, venter smooth; umbilicus small, exposing the dorsal portion of the inner whorls. Main sutural elements, primary saddles and lobes, are modified by small secondaries.
Craspedites was thought to be restricted to the Upper Jurassic Tithonian until discovery of a new species, C. sachsi, described from the Berriasian age of Russia by A. E. Igolnikov in 2012, named in honour of paleontologist V.N. Sachs.C. ivanovi Gerasimov,
C. pseudofragilis Gerasimov, 1960
C. shulginae Alifirov, 2009
C. mosquensis Gerasimov, 1960
C. nodiger (Eichwald, 1868)
C. jugensis Prigorovsky, 1906
C. canadensis Jeletzky, 1966
C. sachsi Igolnikov, 2012