Ammonite Douvilleiceras

Articlecode: 4018
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Height: 2 cm

Width: 4 cm

Length: 5 cm

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Douvilleiceras is an extinct genus of molluscs and are a subspecies of squid. Ammonites were marine animals that occurred in large numbers worldwide and lived during the Early Cretaceous.

Ammonite Douvilleiceras 

Period: Paleozoic and throughout the Mesozoic.

This ammonite had a laterally compressed, evolute shell with a rounded ventral side with continuous, solid, single ribs. The ribs were composed of several large tubercles, which originally would have contained long spines. This genus was a poor swimmer, which was due to the plump shape of the shell. Most of the time this species spent hunting or scavenging on the seabed.

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