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Macroscaphites is an extinct cephalopod genus included in the Ammonoidea that lived during the Barremian and Aptian stages of the Early Cretaceous (118 - 110 million years ago). Its fossils have been found throughout most of Europe and North Africa. Macroscaphites is known to have reached a length of about 20–30 centimetres (7.9–11.8 in). The shell is in two basic parts, an early planispirally coiled evolute section followed by a more or less straight section that turns back on itself in a hook.

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  • Macroscaphites ongi ezagunak diren ammonite izeneko zefalopodoen artean genero fosil bat da. Kretazeoan bizi ziren, Barremiarrean, hau da, orain dela 130 milioi urtetik 125 milioi urtera gutxi gorabehera.
  • Macroscaphites est un genre d'ammonites à déroulement partiel du Crétacé inférieur, caractéristique du Barrémien supérieur mais aussi présent au cours de l'Aptien. D'une longueur de 40 cm, on [Qui ?] suppose que ce céphalopode vivait dans les profondeurs des océans. L'espèce-type du genre est « Scaphites yvani » décrite par M. Puzos en 1832 et renommée Macroscaphites yvani par (en) en 1876.
  • La macroscafite (gen. Macroscaphites) è un mollusco cefalopode estinto appartenente alle ammoniti, caratteristico del Cretaceo inferiore (Barremiano – Aptiano, 118-110 milioni di anni fa). I suoi fossili sono stati ritrovati in gran parte dell'Europa e in Africa del Nord.
  • Macroscaphites is an extinct cephalopod genus included in the Ammonoidea that lived during the Barremian and Aptian stages of the Early Cretaceous (118 - 110 million years ago). Its fossils have been found throughout most of Europe and North Africa. Macroscaphites is known to have reached a length of about 20–30 centimetres (7.9–11.8 in). The shell is in two basic parts, an early planispirally coiled evolute section followed by a more or less straight section that turns back on itself in a hook.
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