- Sep 26, 2005
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Usually I take more interest in modern ceph's but recently I've been getting quite interested in learning about early cephalopods. I was wondering, aside from Phil's cool tree if there were any good starting points? I have a very basic knowledge of the more faomous/well documented ones, such as ammonites, belemnites, orthocones etc, but wanted to find out more, what they looked like, their basic morphology, possible feeding and hunting behaviours etc.