Belemnites: Acanthoteuthis, Belemnella, Gonioteuthis, Hibolites, Homaloteuthis, Mojsisovicsteuthis, Parapassaloteuthis, Belemnopsis

 
9781155806648: Belemnites: Acanthoteuthis, Belemnella, Gonioteuthis, Hibolites, Homaloteuthis, Mojsisovicsteuthis, Parapassaloteuthis, Belemnopsis
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 194. Not illustrated. Chapters: Acanthoteuthis, Belemnella, Gonioteuthis, Hibolites, Homaloteuthis, Mojsisovicsteuthis, Parapassaloteuthis, Belemnopsis, Palaeobelemnopsis, Crassiatractites, Protoaulacoceras, Pseudodicoelites, Belemnellocamax, Breviatractites, Holcobelus, Paramegateuthis, Salpingoteuthis, Buelowiteuthis, Chitinoteuthis, Chondroteuthis, Curtohibolites, Dactyloteuthis, Conodicoelites, Metabelemnites, Pavloviteuthis, Praeoxyteuthis, Prographularia, Pseudohastites, Rhopaloteuthis, Sinobelemnites, Aulacoteuthis, Austroteuthis, Bayanoteuthis, Dictyoconites, Mesohibolites, Neobelemnella, Parahibolites, Patagonibelus, Simpsonibelus, Acrocoelites, Belemnocamax, Calliconites, Chalalabelus, Coeloteuthis, Neohibolites, Pachyduvalia, Parahastites, Permoteuthis, Quiricobelus, Tauriconites, Actinocamax, Belemnitina, Belospirula, Brachybelus, Conoteuthis, Dimitobelus, Fusiteuthis, Lagonibelus, Mesoteuthis, Peratobelus, Pleurobelus, Zugmontites, Youngibelus, Pseudobelus, Rhabdobelus, Sachsibelus, Schwegleria, Somalibelus, Gastrobelus, Brevibelus, Diplobelus, Nannobelus, Raphibelus, Vectibelus, Volgobelus, Tetrabelus, Arcobelus, Conobelus, Lenobelus, Aussites, Belemnoteuthis, Produvalia, Hematites, Bactritimimus, Eobelemnites, Paleoconus. Excerpt: Acanthoteuthis is a belemnite genus, a squid-like cephalopod with an internal shell from the Late Jurassic Epoch, related to modern coleoids. Acanthoteuthus belongs to the belemnoid family Belemnotheutidae in which the pointed rostrum at the back of the phragmocone is lacking. The genus Acanthoteuthis was founded by R. Wagner and G. Munster for belemnoids, found in the Solnhofen limestone of Bavaria, which have small hooklets on their arms, sometimes associated with more or less complete remains of the animal.. The hooklets are typically compressed and may be beveled on either or both mar...

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