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Obinautilus awaensis Fossil range: Pliocene Obinautilus awaensis fossil eggcase (70 mm) from Awa, Chiba Prefecture. Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Mollusca Class: Cephalopoda Order: Octopoda Family: Argonautidae Genus: Obinautilus Species: O. awaensis Binomial name Obinautilus awaensis (Tomida, 1983) Synonyms Argonauta awaensis Tomida, 1983 Obinautilus awaensis is an extinct species of octopus. It was described in 1983 based on fossil material from the Pliocene Senhata Formation in Boso Peninsula, Japan.[1] This taxon was originally described as a species of Argonauta, but has since been transferred to the genus Obinautilus.[2] References ^ Tomida, S. (1983). Two new fossil Argonauta and firstly discovered Aturia coxi Miller from the late Tertiary of Boso Peninsula, Japan. Muzunami-shi Fossil Museum Bulletin 10: 107-116. ^ Martill, D.M. & M.J. Barker (2006). A paper nautilus (Octopoda, Argonauta) from the Miocene Pakhna Formation of Cyprus. Palaeontology 49 (5): 1035-1041. This article related to the octopus is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e