Prolecanitaceae

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The Prolecanitacea are derived from the [[Prolobitidae]], which, depending on the author, are included in either the [[Anarcestida]] or [[Goniatitida]].<small>[1][2]</small>
The Prolecanitacea are derived from the [[Prolobitidae]], which, depending on the author, are included in either the [[Anarcestida]] or [[Goniatitida]].<small>[1][2]</small>
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==Classification and Phylogeny==
The Prolecanitaceae includes two  families according to more current consensus, the Prolecanitidae and Daraelitidae. The Prodromitidae which was previously included in the Prolecanitaceae is included in the Gonitatitida in more recent classifications.  <small>[1][2][3]</small>  
The Prolecanitaceae includes two  families according to more current consensus, the Prolecanitidae and Daraelitidae. The Prodromitidae which was previously included in the Prolecanitaceae is included in the Gonitatitida in more recent classifications.  <small>[1][2][3]</small>  
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==<References>==
*[1] A.K.Miller, W.M.Furnish, and O.H. Schindewolf 1957; Paleozoic Ammonoidea; Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology Vol L; Geological Society of America, R.C Moore (ed)  
*[1] A.K.Miller, W.M.Furnish, and O.H. Schindewolf 1957; Paleozoic Ammonoidea; Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology Vol L; Geological Society of America, R.C Moore (ed)  
*[2] GONIAT -online [http://www.goniat.org/taxHierarchy.html] see Tornoceratina.  
*[2] GONIAT -online [http://www.goniat.org/taxHierarchy.html] see Tornoceratina.  

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