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meaning: "Strong pot"
Named By: James Sowerby in 1814
Time Period: Early Jurassic-Maastrichtian~189 Ma
Location: Worldwide
Size: Largest specimen measures 1.78 meters
Diet: unavailable
Fossil(s): Lots of specimens recovered
Classification: | Mollusca | Bivalvia | Pteriomorphia | Praecardioida | Inoceramidae |

Inoceramus (Greek: translation "strong pot") is an extinct genus of fossil marine pteriomorphian bivalves that superficially resembled the related winged pearly oysters of the extant genus Pteria. They lived from the Early Jurassic to latest Cretaceous.

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