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If this absence is the true state in these ammonoids, then the presence of a flange in more advanced forms may be a structural modification accompanying tighter coiling of the ammonitella. If the appearance of the flange in later taxa can be correlated to degree of coiling, we can then ask how much coiling is required to produce a flange and in which taxa the flange first appeared. 5. CONCLUSIONS Data from the embryonic shell are important in understanding the relationship of the higher level taxa within the Ammonoidea.
98) believed to be of Upper Pennsylvanian age, but they were uncertain as to its precise age. Other localities (see localities P-24, P-25, P-26, and P-28 in Mapes, 1979) have yielded only a few specimens that are mostly internal molds. " postremus for shell ultrastructural analysis is from a series of localities in the Finis Shale of the Graham Formation listed in Mapes (1979) under the heading of P-23. 4 km) northeast of Jacksboro, Jack County, Texas has yielded an important new collection of fresh unweathered material.
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Advancing Research on Living and Fossil Cephalopods: Development and Evolution Form, Construction, and function Taphonomy, Palaeoecology, Palaeobiogeography, Biostratigraphy, and Basin Analysis by S. V. Boletzky (auth.), Federico Olóriz, Francisco J. Rodríguez-Tovar (eds.)