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Stereoplasmoceratidae

Summary
Stereoplasmoceratidae is an extinct family of actively mobile aquatic carnivorous cephalopods belonging to the subclass Orthoceratoidea endemic to what would be Asia during the Ordovician living from 490—457.5 mya, existing for approximately . Taxonomy Stereoplasmoceratidae was named by Kobayashi (1934). It was assigned to Pseudorthocerataceae by Teichert et al. (1964). See also
  • Paleontology
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