Temporal range: Bajocian–Oxfordian
Lissoceras is an involute, smooth or finely vetrolaterally ribbed, ammonite with a blunt, un-keeled venter, included in the Haploceratidae, that lived from the Lower Bajocian - Middle Oxfordian (Middle to Upper Jurassic) in what is now Europe, south Asia, and southern Alaska.
Lissoceratoides, once considered to be a subgenus of Lissoceras, is indistinguishable morphologically from it.
- Paleodb.org: Lissoceras
- Arkell et al., 1957 Mesozoic Ammonoidea, Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology Part L. Geol Society of America and Univ Kansas Press R.C Moore (ed) 1957
- D.T Donavan, J.H. Callomon, and M.K Howarth. 1981. Classification of the Jurassic Ammonitina. In The Ammonoidea. M.R. House and J.R. Senior, eds. Systematics Assoc. Pub Academic Press.
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