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The author wishes to thank Kazuyoshi Moriya (University of Kanazawa) for his extensive review of the manuscript and Christian Klug (University of Zurich) for his constructive comments and review.The author is grateful to Susanne Mayrhofer and Mathias Harzhauser (both Natural History Museum, Vienna) for discussions on specific problems on cephalopods and the life and habitat of ammonoids. Ritterbush (University of Southern California) for the calculation of a morphospace diagram.Synecological interactions (predator-prey, infestation) are discussed with reference to sedimentary facies and the corresponding biofacies.Arguments for a possible mode of life and habitat are given based on the modern data on the food/prey habits and predation habitats of ammonoids.In the initial decades following independence, the country maintained a large naval force and the navy was later involved in the Cisplatine War, the River Plate conflicts, the Paraguayan War as well as other sporadic rebellions that marked Brazilian history.By the 1880s the Brazilian Imperial Navy was the most powerful in South America.After the 1893 naval rebellion, there was a hiatus in the development of the navy until 1905, when Brazil acquired two of the most powerful and advanced dreadnoughts of the day which sparked dreadnought race with Brazil's South American neighbours.
The transfer of the Portuguese monarchy to Brazil in 1808 during the Napoleonic wars also resulted in the transfer of a large part of the structure, personnel and ships of the Portuguese Navy. The Brazilian Navy came into being with the independence of the country.
The current knowledge about the ammonoid/habitat relation is reviewed and in part newly interpreted.
The autecology of ammonoids, such as ontogeny and habitat, based on morphological and geochemical analyses in association with results from modern relatives, forms the foundation for subsequent interpretations.
When Pedro I abdicated in 1831, he left a powerful navy made up of two ships of the line and ten frigates in addition to corvettes, steamships, and other ships for a total of at least 80 warships in peace time.
The Arsenal, Navy department, and the Naval Jail were improved and the Imperial Marine Corps was created. Brazil quickly modernized its fleet acquiring ships from foreign sources while also constructing ships locally.