[Reference] Charts of Nautiloid and Ammonoid orders

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  1. Phil

    Phil Colossal Squid Supporter Registered

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    Attached are two useful charts depicting the known orders of nautiloids and ammonoids showing their abundance and time ranges.

    From ENK Clarksons "Invertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution" 4th ed. 1998.

    Please just click on the thumbnail images for a larger versions.
     

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    Cheers Phil but i have my own copy ! :P

    ooh, get her they all cried :lol:
     
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    nice one Phil :D
     
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    O...

    This should be interesting,,too bad I have another 50 page eassay to write...
     
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    Thanks for getting these back up Phil, I almost ordered a copy until I saw they were up again. :notworth:
     
  6. Phil

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    Kevin, thanks, glad I caught you in time.

    Please order a copy anyway. It's an extremely good book and well worth the price, I guess about $60 (£35 to me). For cephalopods the ammonite discussion is excellent though very little time is spent on coleoids, much to my irritation trying to research stuff for this site. There is only a dismissive couple of sentences about octopuses and a paragraph or two about teuthids, but nautiloids are covered in greater detail. Chapters are as follows:

    Sponges
    Cnidarians
    Bryozoans
    Brachiopods
    Molluscs
    Echinoderms
    Graptolites
    Arthropods
    Exceptional Faunas: Ichnology
    Systematic Index

    For every other aspect of paleo-invertebrates I cannot recommend it highly enough. Just wish I understood more!

    Here's a link to the publishers:

    http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/book.asp?ref=0632052384&site=1
     
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    sounds very interesting i might look into it as well!
     
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    Nautiloid Chart Dilemmas

    Ellesmerocerids (reduced to Ellesmeroceratina) in the Endocerida? Interesting, hadn't seen that before. No indication of any relationships between the Tarphycerida, Oncocerida, and Nautilida, although far better established than that shown between the actinocerids and the Orthocerida. And where are the plectronocerids, ascocerids, and pseudorthocerids.
     
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    From

    Nishiguchi M.K., Mapes R. ( 2008) Cephalopoda // In: W. Ponder and D. Lindberg (eds), Phylogeny and Evolution of the Mollusca. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA, pp. 163-199.

    Posted by mhorn in This thread

    pseudorthocerids still not shown :hmm:

    Hematites taken out of Aulococarida (new spelling ?) & put in their own Order.
     

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