Eobactrites sandbergeri Recorded from the Lower Ordovician of Czechoslovakia, E. sandbergeri is the species thought by some workers to be the earliest representative of the cephalopod molluscs, the Ammonoidea. Eobactrites was a straight-shelled form with no internal deposits related to buoyancy control.
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