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Ammonite from Germany


NIKUNIKU

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Hello.

This is ammonite what I have.

It from Germany from Upper Jurassic.

I do not know the detailed place name.

What's this scientific name?

 

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The scientific name for ammonites is "Ammonoidea"

 

Going of the date, this would have to be of the "Ammonitida" order, and then going off of appearance it would be in the "Phylloceratina" Suborder.

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The inner whorls are not all that well preserved, but my guess would be Physodoceras.

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12 minutes ago, Ludwigia said:

内側の渦巻きはそれほどよく保存されていませんが、私の推測ではPhysodocerasでしょう。

I think you are right.

Thank you.

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8 minutes ago, NIKUNIKU said:

I think you are right.

Thank you.

You're welcome.

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6 hours ago, Ludwigia said:

どういたしまして。

This is also a German ammonite. What is the name of this? Is it the same?

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I'd say it's a species of Taramelliceras or a subgenus thereof.

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