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Is ''Dakeoceras'' a plectronocerid?--[[User:Stanton|Stanton]] 19:08, 10 September 2008 (PDT)
Is ''Dakeoceras'' a plectronocerid?--[[User:Stanton|Stanton]] 19:08, 10 September 2008 (PDT)
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:Dakeoceras is an Ellesmerocerid (Ellesmeroceratidae). As far as I know it is known only from the early Lower Ordovician (Gasconadian). Species are reported from the lower El Paso Group in southern New Mexico and west Texas.  
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Dakeoceras is an Ellesmerocerid (Ellesmeroceratidae). As far as I know it is known only from the early Lower Ordovician (Gasconadian). Species are reported from the lower El Paso Group in southern New Mexico and west Texas.  
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Ref. Flower 1964, Mem 12. John M
Ref. Flower 1964, Mem 12. John M
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::I read in a book (and please forgive me for not producing the title now) that ''D. subcurvatum'' is from the Late(est?) Cambrian in Missouri: I'll go look it up again.  Also, do you have any information on the late Cambrian ''Knightoconus'' from Antarctica?  Is it a monoplacophoran or another early cephalopod?--[[User:Stanton|Stanton]] 08:52, 30 September 2008 (PDT)

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