Glyphiteuthis rhinophora n. sp., a trachyteuthidid (Coleoidea, Cephalopoda) from the Cenomanian (Late Cretaceous) of Mexico

@article{Fuchs2010GlyphiteuthisRN,
  title={Glyphiteuthis rhinophora n. sp., a trachyteuthidid (Coleoidea, Cephalopoda) from the Cenomanian (Late Cretaceous) of Mexico},
  author={Dirk Fuchs and Wolfgang Stinnesbeck and Christina Ifrim and Samuel Giersch and Jos{\'e} Manuel Padilla Gutierrez and Eberhard Frey},
  journal={Pal{\"a}ontologische Zeitschrift},
  year={2010},
  volume={84},
  pages={523-532}
}
A new vampyropod coleoid from the Cenomanian limestones of Coahuila (Mexico) is described. Glyphiteuthis rhinophora n. sp. is classified as a member of the Trachyteuthididae because of its general gladius morphology. Within the genus Glyphiteuthis, Gl. rhinophora n. sp. is unique by its nose-shaped extension of the anterior median field extremity. The ventral gladius surface reflects the dorsal surface and lacks evidence of a phragmocone, so affiliations with sepiids are unlikely. Gl… Expand
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