The Ammonoidea

environment, ecology, and evolutionary change
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Published for the Systematics Association by Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press , Oxford, New York
Statementedited by M.R. House.
SeriesThe Systematics Association special volume ;, no. 47, Oxford science publications
ContributionsHouse, M. R., Systematics Association.
LC ClassificationsQE807.A5 A44 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 354 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1720163M
ISBN 100198577656
LC Control Number92023357

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Diagnostic characters. Ammonites (subclass Ammonoidea) can be distinguished by their septa, the dividing walls that separate the chambers in the phragmocone, by the nature of their sutures where the septa joint the outer shell wall, and in general by their siphuncles.

Septa. Ammonoid septa characteristically have bulges and indentations and are to varying degrees convex from the front Class: Cephalopoda.

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Renowned researchers summarize the current knowledge on ammonoid paleobiology. The book begins with a description of the systematic position of the Ammonoidea within the Cephalopoda, providing the phylogenetic framework for the rest of the book.

Following discussions include soft- and hard-part morphology of ammonoids, rate of growth and ontogeny, and taphonomy and ecology. Ammonoid, any of a group of extinct cephalopods (of the phylum Mollusca), forms related to the modern pearly nautilus (Nautilus), that are frequently found as fossils in marine rocks dating from the Devonian Period (began million years ago) to the Cretaceous Period (ended 66 million years ago).

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Ammonoidea definition is - an order of extinct chiefly Mesozoic Tetrabranchia comprising cephalopods having an external chambered shell that is either straight or variously curved or coiled. Oct 24,  · However it remains the best reference to Cretaceous Ammonoidea to date.

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Sessa, Kenneth De Baets, René Hoffmann published on PALAEONTOLOGY[online] with in the Fossil Focus category. by Kenneth De Baets1, René Hoffmann2, Jocelyn A. Sessa3 and Christian Klug4. Introduction: Ammonoids (Ammonoidea) are an extinct group of marine.

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Hewitt-- septal necks in Mesozoic Ammonoidea - structure, ontogenetic development, and evolution, K. Tanabe et al-- comparison of the relative strength of siphuncles with prochoanitic. Ammonite fossils for sale and information. Ammonites were prehistoric, coiled cephalopods resembling the modern nautilus whose fossils are found worldwide.

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Ammonites were marine cephalopod molluscs of the subclass Ammonoidea. Their widely-known fossils show a ribbed spiral-form shell, in the end compartment of which lived the tentacled animal. These creatures lived in the seas from at least to 65 Class: Cephalopoda. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part L (Revised), vol.

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Authoritative text, crystal-clear photography, and a systematic approach Brand: DK. Ammonoidea, or ammonoids, constitute one of the most important clades of extinct invertebrate lovely shells have long made them favorites of collectors and their fossils have been known since ancient times.

For example, Pliny the Elder (AD ) commented that: "'Hammonis cornu,' or 'horn of Ammon,' which is among the most sacred stones of Ethiopia, has a golden yellow colour. Subclass Ammonoidea book Ammonites Ammonoids are a group of externally shelled cephalopods probably more closely related to the coleoids than to the nautilus.

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On Upper Albian Ammonoidea from Portuguese East Africa, with an appendix on Upper Cretaceous ammonites from Maputoland. Late Albian (Cretaceous) ammonites from Sierra Mojada, western Coahuila, Mexico. Etude particuliere de la famille des Heteroceratina Spath. The Fredericksburg Division of Texas ranges in age from the Middle Albian zones of subdelaruei or nitidus upward into the Upper Albian cristatum zone.

The overlying Kiamichi Formation of the Washita Division is largely the equivalent of the varicosum zone. The base of the Upper Albian falls within the Goodland Formation of Texas.

Any printing of a book which follows the original edition. By definition, a reprint is not a first edition. fine A book in fine condition exhibits no flaws. A fine condition book Book Edition: Reprint. Ammonoidea (phylum Mollusca, class Cephalopoda) A subclass of cephalopods which generally have planispirally, tightly coiled, septate shells (although some are coiled loosely or spirally).

The protoconch is globular; the shells may be either involute or forms have marked ventral keels; ribs and nodes may also be present.

The siphuncle is variable but mainly ventral in position.

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Im Kapitel "Ammoniten (Ammonoidea)" des Buches "Fossilien im Alpstein - Kreide und Eozän der Nordostschweiz" (Kürsteiner Peter und Klug Christian ) wird eingegangen auf: Anatomie, Ursprung. Renowned researchers summarize the current knowledge on ammonoid paleobiology.

The book begins with a description of the systematic position of the Ammonoidea within the Cephalopoda, providing the phylogenetic framework for the rest of the book.

Following discussions include soft- and hard-part.Monograph on the Lias Ammonites of the British islands. By. Wright, Thomas, Type.

Book Material. Published material. Publication info. London,Printed for the Palæontographical society, Notes: Each plate preceded by leaf with descriptive letterpress. Added t.-p.: The Palæontographical society. Subjects.Subclassis: †Ammonoidea Ordines: Ammonitida - Ceratitida - Clymeniida - Goniatitida -Prolecanitida Subordines incertae sedis: Lytoceratina Superfamiliae incertae sedis: Desmocerataceae.

Name. Ammonoidea Zittel, References. The Paleobiology Database Accessed on .