Named By: Buckman - 1919.
Classification: Mollusca, Cephalopoda, Ammonoidea, Ammonitida, Stephanocerataceae, Otoitidae.
Species: D. biforme, D. chandleri, D. chocsinkyi, D. cylindroides, D. wysogorskii, D. zemistephanoides.
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.
- 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.