Manticoceras

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''Manticoceras'' is a genus of ammonoid from the Upper Devonian, of which some species were only about 15 mm in diameter.
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'''Characters''' (from Kirchgasser 1975): Compressed, subevolute conch. Suture with six primary lobes; umbilical lobe strongly developed, typically acute.
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==Taxonomy==
  [[Ammonoidea|<==]]''Manticoceras''
  [[Ammonoidea|<==]]''Manticoceras''
     |--''M. adorfense'' (Wedekind 1913) D02
     |--''M. adorfense'' (Wedekind 1913) D02
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[D02] Dzik, J. 2002. Emergence and collapse of the Frasnian conodont and ammonoid communities in the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland. ''Acta Palaeontologica Polonica'' 47: 565-650.
[D02] Dzik, J. 2002. Emergence and collapse of the Frasnian conodont and ammonoid communities in the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland. ''Acta Palaeontologica Polonica'' 47: 565-650.
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[http://www.jstor.org/stable/1303317 Kirchgasser, W. T. 1975]. Revision of ''Probeloceras'' Clarke, 1898 and related ammonoids from the Upper Devonian of western New York. ''Journal of Paleontology'' 49 (1): 58-90.
[KU04] Klapper, G., T. T. Uyeno, D. K. Armstrong & P. G. Telford. 2004. Conodonts of the Williams Island and Long Rapids Formations (Upper Devonian, Frasnian – Famennian) of the Onakawana B Drillhole, Moose River Basin, northern Ontario, with a revision of the Lower Famennian species. ''Journal of Paleontology'' 78: 371-387.
[KU04] Klapper, G., T. T. Uyeno, D. K. Armstrong & P. G. Telford. 2004. Conodonts of the Williams Island and Long Rapids Formations (Upper Devonian, Frasnian – Famennian) of the Onakawana B Drillhole, Moose River Basin, northern Ontario, with a revision of the Lower Famennian species. ''Journal of Paleontology'' 78: 371-387.

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