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† Paraceltites altudensis

Paraceltites altudensis

Additional Functions

Grouping

Belong­ing to

Gaeabionta  ⇒ Domäne: Eukaryota  ⇒ Reich: Animalia  ⇒ Mittelreich: Eumetazoa  ⇒ Klade: Triploblastica  ⇒ Klade: Eutriploblastica  ⇒ Klade: Neotriploblastica  ⇒ Klade: Eucoelomata  ⇒ Superstamm: Eutrochozoa  ⇒ Stamm: Mollusca  ⇒ Klasse: Cephalopoda  ⇒ Unterklasse: Ammonoïdea  ⇒ Ordnung: Ceratitida  ⇒ Unterordnung: Paraceltitina  ⇒ Überfamilie: Xenodiscoidea  ⇒ Familie: Paraceltitidae  ⇒ Gattung: Paraceltites

Taxo­nomic seg­ment

Art

This mentioned taxonomy is an attempt to make an conclusive assignment from the different classifications of various scientists. Because the taxonomy may change due to the latest investigative methods and other findings, our map is a guide only.

Name from

Corre­spond­ing author (Name, Year)

Böse, 1919

Other languages

scientific

Paraceltites altudensis

Recombined

scientific

Paralecanites altudensis

Böse, 1919
Ref.: E. Böse. 1919. The Permo-Carboniferous ammonoids of the Glass Mountains, west Texas, and their stratigraphic significance. Texas Bureau of Economic Geology Bulletin 1762:1-241

Lebenszeitraum in Million Jahren (Ma)

Start age: 265.1 Ma - End age: 259.9 Ma
Phanerozoic
(Phanerozoikum)
Paleozoic
(Paläozoikum)
Permian
(Perm)
Lopingian
(Loping)
Guadalupian
(Guadalup)
Wuchiapingian
(Wuchiapigium)
Capitanian
(Capitanium)
253.8
260.4
260.4
265.8

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Motility: actively mobile
Compositon of the remains:

Aragonite

Reference- and Source indication, Literature

On the same taxonomic level (siblings) (Count: 9)

Taxonomic assignment (0)

References by PBDB, License: CC BY

  • T. B. Leonova, 2002 - Permian ammonoids: classification and phylogeny - Paleontological Journal (36), 1-114 (journal article, English)
  • E. Böse, 1919 - The Permo-Carboniferous ammonoids of the Glass Mountains, west Texas, and their stratigraphic significance - Texas Bureau of Economic Geology Bulletin (1762), 1-241 (serial monograph, English)