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Moremanoceras straini

Geological Range

Cenomanian (Kennedy and Cobban, 1990a).

Paleogeographic Distribution

Texas and New Mexico (Kennedy and Cobban, 1990a).

Remarks

Original presentation: Moremanoceras straini

Original publication: Kennedy et al. 1988. [p. 36, figs 1a-g, i, t.]

Holotype: USNM 416051.

Type locality: “Cerro de Cristo Rey, New Mexico” (Kennedy and Cobban, 1990a, p. 86).

Type horizon: Boquillas Formation (Kennedy and Cobban, 1990a).

Other specimens: USNM 416052-416060 (paratypes), USNM 420195-420210.

PaleoDB taxon number: 333411.

References: Kennedy et al. (1988); Kennedy and Cobban (1990a).

Stratigraphic Occurrences

Cenomanian
Boquillas Formation (NM)
Eagle Ford Group (basal) (TX)
Lake Waco Formation (Bluebonnet Member) (TX)
Plesiacanthoceras wyomingense zone (TX)
Specimens of <i>Moremanoceras straini</i> from the Lake Waco Formation (Blue Bonnet Member) of McLennan County, Texas. See original caption for additional details. Image modified from pl. 1, fig. 25 in Kennedy and Cobban (1990a in <i>Palaeontology</i>), made available through Biodiversity Heritage Library via a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license.
Specimens of Moremanoceras straini from the Lake Waco Formation (Blue Bonnet Member) of McLennan County, Texas. See original caption for additional details. Image modified from pl. 1, fig. 25 in Kennedy and Cobban (1990a in Palaeontology), made available through Biodiversity Heritage Library via a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license.
Specimens of <i>Moremanoceras straini</i>. See original caption for additional details. Image modified from pl. 2 in Kennedy and Cobban (1990a in <i>Palaeontology</i>), made available through Biodiversity Heritage Library via a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license.
Specimens of Moremanoceras straini. See original caption for additional details. Image modified from pl. 2 in Kennedy and Cobban (1990a in Palaeontology), made available through Biodiversity Heritage Library via a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license.

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