Temporal range: L Ordovician
Quebecoceras is a cyrtoconic, similar to Dakeoceras and Paradakeoceras except for having a circular cross section and more persistent curvature and rate of expansion. Paradakeoceras differs in having a somewhat flattened venter.
The only known species, Quebecoceras quebecense, is half again a large as the largest known Dakeoceras, making it a fairly large ellesmeroceratid genus.
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- Sepkoski, J.J. Jr. 2002. A compendium of fossil marine animal genera. D.J. Jablonski & M.L. Foote (eds.). Bulletins of American Paleontology 363: 1–560. Sepkoski's Online Genus Database (CEPHALOPODA)
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