- Caecum Fleming, 1813
- Carinocera Iredale & Laseron, 1957
- Ctiloceras R. B. Watson, 1886
- Enigmerces Iredale & Laseron, 1957
- Fartulum Carpenter, 1857
- Gladioceras Iredale & Laseron, 1957
- Jayella Iredale & Laseron, 1957 WoRMS : Jayella accessed : 18 October 2010
- Meioceras Carpenter, 1859
- Micranellum Bartsch 1900
- Parastrophia de Folin, 1870
- Ponderoceras Bandel, 1996
- Strebloceras Carpenter 1859
- Torresella Iredale & Laseron, 1957
- Transcopia Iredale & Laseron, 1957
- Watsonia de Folin, 1880
- Genera brought into synonymy
- Brochina Gray, 1857 : synonym of Caecum Fleming, 1813
- Brochus T. Brown, 1827 : synonym of Caecum Fleming, 1813
- Moreletia de Folin, 1869 : synonym of Parastrophia de Folin, 1869
- Odontidium Philippi, 1836 : synonym of Caecum Fleming, 1813
- Pedumicra Iredale & Laseron, 1957 : synonym of Parastrophia de Folin, 1869
- Phleboceras de Folin, 1868 : synonym of Strebloceras Carpenter, 1859
- Pictocaecum Habe 1978 : synonym of Caecum Fleming, 1813
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