Name: Docidoceras.
Phonetic: Do-se-do-seh-ras.
Named By: Buckman‭ ‬-‭ ‬1919.
Classification: Mollusca,‭ ‬Cephalopoda,‭ ‬Ammonoidea,‭ ‬Ammonitida,‭ ‬Stephanocerataceae,‭ ‬Otoitidae.
Species: D.‭ ‬biforme,‭ ‬D.‭ ‬chandleri,‭ ‬D.‭ ‬chocsinkyi,‭ ‬D.‭ ‬cylindroides,‭ ‬D.‭ ‬wysogorskii,‭ ‬D.‭ ‬zemistephanoides.
Diet: Carnivore.
Size: Unavailable.
Known locations: Canada,Yukon‭ ‬-‭ ‬Euhoploceras tuberculatum ammonoid zone.‭ ‬England.‭ ‬Morocco‭ ‬-‭ ‬Agoudim Formation.‭ ‬Spain.‭ ‬USA,‭ ‬Alaska‭ ‬-‭ ‬Kialagvik Formation.
Time period: Bajocian of the Jurassic.
Fossil representation: Multiple individuals.

       Docidoceras is a genus of ammonites that seems to have had a near global distribution in the seas of the mid Jurassic.‭ ‬However despite the widespread‭ ‬distribution‭ ‬of the fossils,‭ ‬most specimens of Docidoceras are at the time of writing known from Alaska.

Further reading
-‭ ‬Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology,‭ ‬Part L,‭ ‬Mollusca‭ ‬4,‭ ‬Cephalopoda‭ ‬-‭ ‬Ammonoidea‭ ‬1-490.‭ ‬-‭ ‬W.‭ ‬J.‭ ‬Arkell,‭ ‬W.‭ ‬M.‭ ‬Furnish,‭ ‬B.‭ ‬Kummel,‭ ‬A.‭ ‬K.‭ ‬Miller,‭ ‬R.‭ ‬C.‭ ‬Moore,‭ ‬O.‭ ‬H.‭ ‬Schindewolf,‭ ‬P.‭ ‬C.‭ ‬Sylvester-Bradley‭ & ‬C.‭ ‬W.‭ ‬Wright‭ ‬-‭ ‬1957.


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