Synonyms for prolobitidae or Related words with prolobitidae

otaviensis              sanguicosta              brownheath              escondidai              torsipex              kittlidiscidae              orphnophanes              ombrodes              elutalis              politicien              sulekile              tireuse              cummingsae              albimixtalis              knieskernii              pterygodia              brongusaria              roseolum              pospelikha              mystacophanos              alahdal              citripennis              perfusana              subsida              molopias              lypotigris              rugatinus              tiliaceaelinden              kjii              argyroleuca              ekambareswsarar              odontasteridae              fumariaceaefumitory              cosmopolitisme              saururaceaelizard              caryothicta              oweniidae              holophaealis              hypsalis              gpsdtpilpq              heteroneritidae              gooldi              atrinota              leucotoma              cuspidarioidea              brownedge              mukkathu              saratelli              sigridae              simiensis             



Examples of "prolobitidae"
The Prolobitidae have been considered the likely ancestors for Prolecanitida.
Prolobitidae is a family of middle and upper Devonian ammonoid cephalopods currently included in the goniatitid suborder Tornoceratina and superfamily Dimeroceratoidea, but previously included in the ancestral Anarcestida.
Prolobitidae is divided into two subfamilies, Prolobitinae consisting of subglobular to subdiscoidal shells with moderate to closed umbilici, and Raymondoceratinae consisting of discodal shells with tramsverse ribs and large umbilici.
Prolobitinae is one of two subfamilies of the Prolobitidae family, a member of the Goniatitida order. They are an extinct group of ammonoid, which are shelled cephalopods related to squids, belemnites, octopodes, and cuttlefish, and more distantly to the nautiloids.
Raymondoceratinae is one of two subfamilies of the Prolobitidae family, a member of the Goniatitida order. They are an extinct group of ammonoid, which are shelled cephalopods related to squids, belemnites, octopodes, and cuttlefish, and more distantly to the nautiloids.
The Russian Osnovy Paleontologii, by Bogoslovsky "et al", placed the Cheiloceratidae, in the sense of the Cheiloceratinae of the Treatise, in the superfamily Dimeroceratoidea (ex Dimerocerataceae) which is included in the suborder Tornoceratina. Sister families to the Cheiloceratidae in the Dimeroceratoidea are the Dimeroceratidae, Phenacoceratidae, Prolobitidae, and Sinotitidae.
The origin of the Prolecanitida may be found in the Prolobitidae which was originally included in the Anarcestida but recently removed to the Goniatitida. Following their inception, the Prolecanitida divided into two lineages, identified by superfamilies; the earlier U Dev – M Perm Prolecanitaceae in which the shells are fairly smooth and characteristically have a large umbilicus and the later U Miss-Trias Medlicottiaceae in which the umbilicus is small and there is moderate sculpture along the flanks. The Prolecanitaceae, through the derived family Daraelitidae is the source for the Ceratitida, beginning with the Xenodiscidae.