|Location:||Canada, Tibet and various locations across Europe|
|Fossil(s):||Multiple individuals but only of shells|
|Classification:||| Mollusca | Cephalopoda | Ammonoidea | Ammonitida | Stephanocerataceae | Otoitidae ||
Frogdenites is an extinct ammonite genus from the order Ammonitida that lived during the Middle Jurassic in what is now Europe, Canada, and Tibet. Frogdenites is included in the Otoitidae, a family which makes up part of the ammonitid superfamily, Stephanocerataceae.
Frogdenites has an evolute globular shell with a deep umbilicus and covered by bifurcating ribs that cross the venter, the outer rim of the shell, without interruption.