Applegate, S. P. 1970. The vertebrate fauna of the Selma Formation of Alabama. Part VIII. The fishes. Fieldiana: Geology Memoirs. Vol. 3(8):365-433
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late
Genera/Species:Applegate
listed Pachyrhizodus leptopsis Cope, 1874, p. 42 as a junior synonym of Pachyrhizodus caninus Cope, 1872 [Stewart and Bell, 1974, disagree].; Edaphodon barberi Applegate, 1970; Propenser hewletti Applegate, 1970; Palelops eutawensis Applegate, 1970; Albula dunklei Applegate, 1970; Bananogmius crieleyi Applegate, 1970; Moorevillia hardi Applegate, 1970
Formation: Selma Group, Mooreville Fm.;
Country: Alabama, Dallas County, Donald Farm; Alabama, Greene County, Hewlett's Farm; Alabama, Eutaw County, 6.2 miles west of Aliceville; Alabama, Dallas County, Moore Ranch, 1 miles southwest of Archelon site.

 

Applegate, S. P. 1999. Recent advances in our knowledge of the LagerstŠtten that occurs in the Tlayua quarries near Tepexi de Rodriguez, Puebla, Mexico. pp, 9-11. IN: Renesto, Silvio (eds.). Third International Symposium on Lithographic Limestones Bergamo, Italy-September 1-5, 1999. Bergamo, Italy. Rivista del Museo Civico di Scienze Naturali "Enrico Caffi". Vol. Supplemento al Vol. 20:1-136 pp.
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian
Genera/Species:Tepexichthys arangutyorum
Applegate, 1993, Pachyamia mexicana Grande and Bemis, 1998, Axelrodichthys aranpensis Maisey, 1986, Vinctifer, Belonostomus, Cladocyclus, Brannerion, Notelops,
Formation: Tlayua
Country: Mexico

 

Bardack, D. 1968. Belonostomus sp., the first holostean from the Austin Chalk (Cretaceous) of Texas. Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 42:1307-1309
MFNA-CL-GA,
Geologic Age: Cretaceous

 

Becker, M. A.; Chamberlain, Jr., J. A.,; Wolf, G. E. 2006. Chondrichthyans from the Arkadelphia Formation (Upper Cretaceous: Upper Maastrichtian) of Hot Spring County, Arkansas. Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 80(4):700-716
MFNA-CL-GA;
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Anacoracidae Casier, 1947; Carcharhiniformes Compagno, 1973; Chimaeriformes; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Dasyatidae Jordan, 1888; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838; Euselachii Hay, 1902; Heterodontiformes; Hexanchiformes; Hybodontiformes; Lamniformes; Myliobatiformes Compagno, 1973; Neoselachii Compagno, 1977; Orectolobiformes; Orectolobidae; Rajidae Bonaparte, 1831; Rajiformes; Rhombodontidae Cappetta, 1987; Serratolamnidae Landemaine, 1991; Squaliformes; Squalomorphi Compagno, 1973; Squatinidae Bonaparte, 1838; Squatiniformes Buen, 1926; Triakidae Gray, 1851;
Genera/Species:Archaeolamna
; Archaeotriakis; Cantioscyllium; Carcharias Rafinesque, 1810; Carcharias cf. Carcharias holmdelensis (Cappetta & Case, 1975a); Carcharias samhammeri (Cappetta & Case, 1975a); Cederstroemia siverson, 1995; Chiloscyllium; Corax kaupi Agassix, 1843, p. 225; Coupatezia; Cretolamna Gluckman, 1958; Cretorectolobus Case, 1978; Dasyatis Rafinesque, 1810; Dasyatis commercensis Case & Cappetta, 1997; Edaphon; Ewingia; Galeorhinus Blaineville, 1816; Galeorhinus girardoti Herman, 1977; Ginglymostoma; Ginglymostoma lehneri; Hamrabatis; Heterodontus; Hexanchus; Hybodus; Ischyodus; Ischyrhiza; Ischyrhiza avonicola Estes, 1964; Ischyrhiza mira Leidy, 1856; Lonchidion Estes, 1964; Myledaphus Case, 1978; Myliobatis; Nebrius; Odontaspis; Odontaspis aculeatus; Odontaspis holmdelensis Cappetta & Case, 1975a; Palaeogaleus; Paranomotodon; Peyeria; Plicatoscyllium; Plicatoscyllium derameei; Protoplatyrhina; Pseudocorax Priem, 1897; Pseudohypolophus; Ptychotrygon Jaekel, 1894; Ptychotrygon cf. Ptychotrygon vermiculata Cappetta, 1975; Ptychotrygon texana (Leriche, 1942); Ptychotrygon triangularis (Reuss, 1844); Ptychotrygon cf. Ptychotrygon vermiculata Cappetta, 1975; Raja Linneaus, 1758; Raja farishi Case & Cappetta, 1997; Rhinobatos; Rhinobatos casieri; Rhinoptera; Rhombodus Dames, 1881; Rhombodus binkhorsti Dames, 1881, pp. 115-117; Scapanorhynchus; Schizorhiza; Schizorhiza cf. S. stromeri Weiler, 1930; Sclerorhynchus; Scyliorhinus; Serratolamna Landemaine, 1991; Serratolamna serrata (Agassiz, 1843); Squalicorax Whitley, 1939; Squalicorax kaupi (Agassiz, 1843, p. 225); Squalicorax pristodontus (Agassiz, 1843); Squalus; Squatigaleus; Squatina Dumeril, 1806; Squatina hassei Leriche, 1929; Squatirhina Casier, 1947; Texabatis;
Formation: Arkadelphia Fm.; Cerro de Pueblo Fm.; Dulamje Fm.; Fox Hills Fm.; Hell Creek Fm.; Hornerstown Fm.; Kemp Fm.; Severn Fm.;
Country: AFRICA: Niger; Belgium; Libyia; Mexico; USA: Alabama; Arkansas; Maryland; Mississippi; Montana; New Jersey; North Dakota; South Dakota; Texas; Wyoming;

 

Bell, G.L., Jr. 1986. A pycnodont fish from the Upper Cretaceous of Alabama. Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 60:1120-1126
MFNA-CL-GA,
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late
Higher Taxonomic Rank: pycnodont
Formation: Mooreville Chalk
Country: Alabama

 

Bruner, J. C. 1992. A catalogue of type specimens of fossil fishes in the Field Museum of Natural History. Fieldiana Geology. Vol. n.s. no. 23:1-54
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Bradyodontida Woodward, 1921; Chimaeroidei; Chimaeridae Rafinesque, 1815;  Acipenseriformes Goodrich, 1909; Acipenseridae Bonaparte, 1832; Propenserinae; Holostei; Pycnodontiformes; Gyrodontidae; Elopomorpha Greenwood, Rosen, Weitzman & Myers, 1966; Elopomorpiformes Greenwood, Rosen, Weitzman & Myers, 1966; Elopidae Bonaparte, 1846; Albulidae Bleeker, 1859; Bananogmiidae;
Genera/Species:Albula dunklei
Applegate, 1970; Anomoeodus barberi Hussakof, 1947; Bananogmius crieleyi Applegate, 1970; Edaphodon barberi Applegate, 1970; Moorevillia hardi Applegate, 1970; Palelops eutawensis Applegate, 1970;  Propenser hewletti Applegate, 1970;
Formation: Selma Fm.; Marlbrook Marl, Gulf Series; Mooreville Fm.;
Country: Alabama; Arkansas;

 

Case, G. R. 1967. Fossil shark and fish remains of North America. Case, G. R. (self-published). 1-20
MFNA-TL-NS; MFNA-CE-WI; MFNA-CE-KC; MFNA-CL-GA;
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;
Genera/Species:Amia
; Anogmius polymicrodus; Anomoedus (Pycnodus) phaseolus; Catopterus; Ceratodus; Colobodus; Diplurus newarki; Edaphodon; Empo; Empo nepoeolica; Empo semianceps; Enchodus; Enchodus ferox; Eomesodon; Heterodontus; Ichthyodectes; Ichthyodectes acanthicus; Ischyrhiza mira; Lamna; Lamna appendiculata; Lamna cuspidata; Lamna mediavia; Lamna serrata; Lamna sulcata; Leptostyrax bicuspidatus; Myledaphus; Otodus appendiculatus; Otodus lanceolatus; Pachyrhizodus leptopsis; Protosphyraena penetrans; Ptychodus; Ptychodus mammilaris; Redfieldius; Rhinoptera; Saurocephalus; Scapanorhynchus rhapiodon; Sclerorhynchus; Squalicorax falcatus; Squalicorax pristodontus; Stephanodus; Ziphactinus audax;
Formation: Lockatong Fm.; Merchantville Fm.; Navesink Fm.; Niobrara Chalk Fm.; Taylor Fm.; Trinity Sands Fm.;
Country: USA: Connecticut; Delaware; Kansas; Maryland; North Carolina; New Jersey; Pennsylvania; Texas; Virginia;

 

Case, G. R.; Cappetta, H. 1997. A new selachian fauna from the Late Maastrichtian of Texas (Upper Cretaceous/Navarroan; Kemp Formation). MŸnchner Geowissenschaftliche Abhandlungen, Reihe A, Geologie und PalŠontologie. Vol. 34:131-189
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Rajidae Bonaparte, 1831
Genera/Species:Raja farishi
Case and Cappetta, 1997 {according to Siverson and Cappetta, 2001, p. 433, may represent a new genus}
Formation: Kemp Fm.
Country: USA: Texas

 

Case, G. R.; Cappetta, H. 1997. A new selachian fauna from the Late Maastrichtian of Texas. MŸnchner Geowiss. Abh. (A). Vol. 34:131-169
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Neoselachia
Country: Texas

 

Case, G. R.; Schwimmer, D. R. 1988. Late Cretaceous fish from the Blufftown Formation (Campanian) in western Georgia. Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 62:290-301
MFNA-CE; MFNA-CL-GA;
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Actinopterygii; Albulidae Cope, 1871; Albuloidei; Amiidae Bonaparte, 1837; Amiiformes; Amiodei; Anacoracidae Casier, 1947; Anacoracoidei; Balistoidei; Batoidei; Chirocentridae Cuvier & Valenciennes, 1846; Chirocentroidea; Chondrichthyes; Clupeiformes; Cretoxyrhinidae Glyckman, 1958; Ctenacanthoidei; Dasyatoidei; Elasmobranchii; Elopiformes; Enchododontoidei; Enchodontidae Lydekker, 1889; Euselachiformes; Euselachii; Ganopristinidea; Holostei; Hybodontidae Owen, 1846; Labroidei; Lepisosteidae Cuvier, 1825; Lepisosteioidei; Mitsukurinidae Jordan, 1898; Myliobatidae Bonaparte, 1838; Odontaspididae MŸller & Henle, 1839; Orectolobidae Gill, 1895; Osteichthyes; Paralbulinae Estes, 1969; Phyllodontidae Sauvage, 1875; Plectognathi; Pycnodontidae Owen, 1846; Pycnodontiformes; Salmoniformes; Semionotiformes; Sclerorhynchidae Cappetta, 1974; Selachii; Squatinidae Bonaparte, 1838; Squatinoidei; Teleostei; Tetraodontiformes; Trigonodontoidae Weiler, 1929 sic
Case & Schwimmer, 1988, p. 300;
Genera/Species:Albula
; Anomoeodus Forir, 1887; Anomoeodus phaseolus (Hay, 1899); Brachyrhizodus Romer, 1942; Brachyrhizodus wichitaensis Romer, 1942, p. 221; Colobodus Case, 1967, p. 10; Corax affinis Agassiz, 1843, p. 227; Corax falcatus Agassiz; Corax kaupi (Agassiz, 1843, p. 225); Cretodus Sokolov, 1965; Cretodus borodini (Cappetta & Case, 1975b, p. 23); Cretodus macrorhiza; Cretodus sulcata; Cretolamna Glyckman, 1958; Cretolamna appendiculata (Agassiz, 1843, p. 271); Enchodus Agassiz, 1835; Enchodus petrosus Cope, 1874, p. 44; Ginglymostoma MŸller & Henle, 1838; Ginglymostoma globidens Cappetta & Case, 1975b, p. 12; Hybodus Agassiz, 1837; Ischyrhiza Leidy, 1856; Ischyrhiza avonicola Estes; Ischyrhiza mira Leidy, 1856, p. 221; Lamna texana Roemer, 1852, p. 29; Lepidotus occidentalis Leidy, 1856, p. 73; Lepisosteus LacŽpde, 1803; Lepisosteus occidentalis Cope, 1877, p. 574; Lissodus; Lonchidion; Otodus appendiculatus Agassiz; Otodus latus Agassiz, 1843, p. 271; Paralbula Blake, 1940; Paralbula casei Estes, 1969, pp. 323-324; Plicatolamna borodini Cappetta & Case, 1975b, p. 23; Portheus molossus Cope, 1871, p. 175; Pseudocorax Priem, 1897; Pseudocorax affinis (Agassiz, 1843, p. 227); Pseudohypolophus Cappetta & Case, 1975a, p. 306; Ptychotrigon Jaekel, 1894 sic Case & Schwimmer, 1988, p. 295; Ptychotrygon triangularis (Reuss); Ptychotrygon vermiculata Cappetta, 1975; Pycnodus phaseolus Hay, 1899, p. 788; Rhombodus Dames, 1881; Rhombodus laevis Cappetta & Case, 1975; Scapanorhynchus Woodward, 1889; Scapanorhynchus tenuis Case, 1973, p. 21; Scapanorhynchus texanus (Roemer, 1852, p. 29); Squalicorax Whitley, 1939; Squalicorax kaupi (Agassiz, 1843, p. 225); Squalicorax pristodontus; Squatina; Stephanodus Zittel, 1883; Synodontaspis White, 1931; Synodontaspis holmdelensis (Cappetta & Case, 1975); Tetheodus pephredo Cope, 1874, p. 43; Xiphactinus Leidy, 1870; Xiphactinus audax Leidy, 1870, p. 12;
Formation: Blufftown Fm.; Eutaw Fm.; Lance Fm.; Mesaverde Fm.;
Country: Bohemia; U.K.: England; USA: Alabama; Georgia; New Jersey; Wyoming;

 

Case, G. R.; Schwimmer, D. R. 1992. Occurrence of the chimaeroid Ischyodus bifurcatus Case in the Cusseta Formation (Upper Cretaceous, Campanian) of western Georgia and its distribution. Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 66(2):347-350
MFNA-CL-GA;
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Chimaeridae Rafinesque, 1815; Chimaeriformes Patterson, 1965; Chondrichthyes; Holocephali Bonaparte, 1832-1841;
Genera/Species:Ischyodus
Egerton, 1843; Ischyodus bifurcatus  Case, 1978, p. 21;
Formation: Cusseta; Navesink Fm.;
Country: USA: Georgia; New Jersey;

 

Case, G. R.; Schwimmer, D. R.; Borodin, P. D.; Leggett, J. J. 2001. A new selachian fauna from the Eutaw Formation (Upper Cretaceous/Early to Middle Santonian) of Chattahoochee County, Georgia. Palaeontographica A. Vol. 261:83-102
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: sharks
Country: Georgia

 

Cuny, G.; Ouaja, M.; Srarfi, D.; Schmitz, L.; Buffetaut, E.; Benton, M. J. 2004. Fossil sharks from the Early Cretaceous of Tunisia. Revue de PalŽobiologie, Genve. Vol. 9:127-142
MFNA-CE; MFNA-CL-GA;
Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Actinopterygian; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Cretoxyrhinidae GlŸckman, 1958; Dipnoi; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838; Galea Shirai, 1996; Hybodontiformes Maisey, 1987; Hybodontidae Owen, 1846; Lamniformes Berg, 1958; Lonchidiidae Herman, 1977; Mitsukurinidae Jordan, 1898;  Neoselachii Compagno, 1977; pycnodonts; Rajiformes Berg, 1940; Rhinobatoidei Fowler, 1941; Sclerorhynchidae Cappetta, 1974; Sclerorhynchoidei Cappetta, 1980; Squalea Shirai, 1996;
Genera/Species:Aegyptobatus
kuehnei; Bahariyodon bartheli; Belemnobatis; Caturus; Cretodus Sokolov, 1965; Cretodus semiplicatus (MŸnster IN: Agassiz, 1843); Diabodus Cuny, Ouaja, Srarfi, Schmitz, Buffetaut, & Benton, 2004; Diabodus tataouinensis Cuny, Ouaja, Srarfi, Schmitz, Buffetaut, & Benton, 2004; Engaibatis; Hybodus Agassiz, 1837; Hybodus aschersoni; Hybodus parvidens (Rees, 2002); Hybodus reticulatus; Hylaeobatis Casier, 1961; Jurobatos;  Lepidotes; Leptostyrax; Leptostyrax macrohiza (Cope, 1875); Lissodus Brough, 1935; Lissodus angulatus; Lissodus cassangensis (Antunes et al., 1990); Lissodus nodosus; Lonchidion babulskii; Mawsonia; Meristodon; Onchopristis Stromer, 1917; Onchopristis dunklei McNulty & Slaughter, 1962; Onchopristis numidus; Parvodus; Polyacrodus parvidens; Priohybodus D'Erasmo, 1960; Priohybodus arambourgi D'Erasmo, 1960; Protolamna Cappetta, 1980; Protolamna compressidens; Protolamna sokolovi Cappetta, 1980; Protolypolophites morlatti (Landemaine, 1991);  "Rhinobatos"; "Rhinobatos" craddocki; "Rhinobatos" hakelensis; "Rhinobatos" halteri; "Rhinobatos" intermedius; "Rhinobatos" latus; "Rhinobatos" maronita; "Rhinobatos" picteti; "Rhinobatos" whitfieldi; Rhombopterygia; Scapanorhynchus Woodward, 1889; Scapanorhynchus aff. praeraphiodon Cappetta & Case, 1999; Sechmetia aegyptiaca Werner, 1989; Spathobatis; Squatirhina; Tribodus Brito & Ferreira, 1989; Tribodus aschersoni Werner, 1994; Tribodus limae; Tribodus tunisiensis Cuny, Ouaja, Srarfi, Schmitz, Buffetaut, & Benton, 2004; Vectiselachos;
Formation: A•n el Guettar Fm.; Douiret Fm.;
Country: Algeria; Brazil; Congo; Egypt; Ethiopia; France; Lebanon; Morocco; Niger; Spain; Thailand; Tunisia; USA: Texas;

 

England, B. 2003. Late Cretaceous marine vertebrates from the Pee Dee River Valley, Florence County, South Carolina. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 23(Supplement to Number 3):48A
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-(Middle Campanian); Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian
Genera/Species:Hybodus
; Lissodus; Squatina; Ginglymostoma; Plicatoscyllium; Carcharias; Scapanorhynchus; Archaeolamna; Cretolamna; Serratolamna; Squalicorax; Raja; Ischyrhiza; Ptychotrygon; Brachyrhizodus; Rhombodus; Ischyodus; pycnodonts; albulids; Enchodus; Lepisosteus; Xiphactinus;
Country: Pee Dee River Valley, Florence County, South Carolina;

 

Fielitz, C.; Stewart, J. D.; Wiffen, J. 1999.  Aethocephalichthys hyainarhinos gen. et sp. nov., a new and enigmatic Late Cretaceous actinopterygian from North America and New Zealand pp. 95-106. IN: Arratia, Gloria, and Schultze, Hans-Peter. (eds.).  Mesozoic Fishes 2: Systematics and the Fossil Record. Proceedings of the International Meeting Buckow, 1997. MŸnchen, Deutschland. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil. 604 pp.
MFNA-CL-GA, MFNA-CL-KC,
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Actinopterygii Klein, 1885;
Genera/Species: Aethocephalichthys hyainarhinos
Fielitz, Stewart, and Wiffen, 1999, p. 97; Pachyrhizodus
Formation: Niobrara Fm.; Eutaw Fm.; Pierre Shale Fm.; Maungataniwha Sandstone Fm.;
Country: USA: Mississippi; Kansas; Wyoming; South Dakota; New Zealand

 

Hamm, S. A. 2003. Ptychodontid sharks in the Upper Cretaceous Eagleford Group of Northern Texas. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 23(Supplement to Number 3):58A-59A
MFNA-CL-KC, MFNA-CL-GA,
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian late;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Ptychodontidae;
Genera/Species:Ptychodus decurrens
; Ptychodus anonymus; Ptychodus mammillaris; Ptychodus lmortoni; Ptychodus polygyrus; Ptychodus whipplei; Ptychodus n.sp.;
Formation: Britton Fm., Kemp Ranch Fm., Arcadia Park Fm., Eagleford Group;
Country: northen Texas, USA;

 

Hamm, S. A.; Shimada, K. 2004. A Late Cretaceous durophagus shark Ptychodus martini Williston, from Texas. Texas J. Sci.. Vol. 56(3):215-222
MFNA-CL-GA;
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Ptychodontidae
Genera/Species:Ptychodus
; Ptychodus connellyi MacLeod & Slaughter, 1980; Ptychodus martini Williston, 1900a; Ptychodus mortoni; Ptychodus polygyrus Agassiz;
Formation: Gober Chalk; Niobrara Chalk;
Country: USA: Alabama; Kansas; Texas;

 

Hooks, G. E.  III; Schwimmer, D. R.; Williams, G. D. 1999. Synonymy of the pycnodont Phacodus punctatus Dixon, 1850, and its occurrence in the Late Cretaceous of the southeastern United States. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 19(3):588-590
MFNA-CL-GA,
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late Santonian to early Campanian
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Pycnodontiformes Berg, 1940; Fanily incertae sedis

Genera/Species:Phacodus punctatus
Dixon, 1850
Formation: Eutaw Formation; Blufftown Formation;
Country: Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia USA; England, U.K.; Morocco; Brazil

 

Hussakof, L. 1908. Catalogue of types and figured specimens of fossil vertebrates in the American Museum of Natural History. Part I. Fishes.. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. Vol. 25:1-103
MFNA; MFNA-TL-NS; MFNA-CL-KC;  MFNA-CL-GA;
Geologic Age: Mesozoic; Triassic-Triassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Actinopteri Cope, 1872; Crossopterygii Cope, 1872; Teleostomi Owen, 1866;
Genera/Species:Acentrophorus chicopensis
Newberry, 1888; Acrognathus dodgei Hay, 1903; Aipichthys minor (Pictet, 1850); Anguillavus bathsheb¾ Hay, 1903; Anguillavus quadripinnis Hay, 1903; Anogmius; Anogmius altus? (Loomis, 1900); Anogmius aratus Cope, 1877; Anogmius evolutus Cope, 1877; Anogmius favirostris Cope, 1877; Apsopelix sauriformsis Cope, 1871; Beryx insculptus Cope, 1869; Catopterus; Catopterus gracilis J. H. Redfield, 1837; Catopterus minor Newberry, 1888; Catopterus parvulus W. C. Redfield; Catopterus redfieldi Egerton, 1847; Ceratodus erucifrus Cope, 1876; Ceratodus hieroglyphus Cope, 1876; Cimolichthys nepaholica (Cope, 1872, p. 347); Cimolichthys sulcatus Cope, 1872, p. 351; Coccodus insignis Hay, 1903, p. 410; Coccodus lindstrÏmi Davis, 1890; Ctenothrissa signifer Hay, 1903, p. 417; Daptinus phlebotomus Cope, 1875, p. 213; Diplurus longicaudatus Newberry, 1878; Empo contracta Cope, 1874, p. 46; Empo merrillii Cope, 1874, p. 46; Empo nepaholica Cope, 1872, p. 347; Empo nep¾olica Cope, 1875, p. 230; Empo semianceps Cope, 1875, p. 233; Enchelion montium Hay, 1903; Enchodus dolichus Cope, 1875, p. 239; Enchodus ferox Leidy, 1855, p. 68;  Enchodus gladiolus (Cope, 1872, Figured 1818); Enchodus marchesetti ? (Kramberger, 1895); Enchodus petrosus Cope, 1874, p. 44; Enchodus s¾vus Hay, 1903, p. 76; Enchodus tetr¾cus Cope, 1875, p. 278; Erisichthe dimidiata Cope, 1878, p. 300; Erisichthe nitida Cope, 1872, p. 280; Erisichthe penetrans Cope,1877, p. 822; Erisichthe ziphioides Cope; Gillicus arcuatus (Cope, 1875, p. 232); Ichthyodectes acanthicus Cope, 1877, p. 177; Ichthyodectes anaides Cope, 1872, p. 239; Ichthyodectes ctenodon Cope, 1870, p. 536; Ichthyodectes goodeanus Cope, 1877, p. 176; Ichthyodectes hamatus Cope, 1872, p. 209; Ichthyodectes multidentatus Cope, 1872, p. 342; Ichthyodectes perniciosus Cope, 1874, p. 41; Ichthyodectes prognathus (Cope, 1870, p. 532); Ichthyotringa tenuirostris Cope, 1878, p. 69; Ischypterus agassizi (W. C. Redfield, 1841); Ischypterus braunii Newberry, 1888, p. 44; Ischypterus elegans Newberry, 1888, p. 37; Ischypterus fultus (Agassiz, 1833-36); Ischypterus gigas Newberry, 1888, p. 49;  Ischypterus latus J. H. Redfield; Ischypterus lineatus Newberry, 1888, p. 40; Ischypterus macropterus W. C. Redfield; Ischypterus micropterus Newberry, 1888, p. 31; Ischypterus minutus Newberry, 1888, p. 48; Ischypterus modestus Newberry, 1888, p. 38; Ischypterus ovatus W. C. Redfield, 1842; Ischypterus robustus (Newberry, 1888, p. 36; Ischypterus tenuiceps (Agassiz, 1843); Leptosomus lineatus (Cope, 1878, p. 71); Leptosomus nasutulus (Cope, 1878, p. 70); Leptosomus percrassus (Cope, 1878, p. 72); Leptotrachelus longipinnis Cope, 1878, p. 68; Leptotrachelus serpentinus Hay, 1903, p. 419; Leptotrachelus virgulatus (Cope, 1878, p. 67); Macrepistius arenatus Cope, 1894, p. 441; MicrocÏlia dayi Hay, 1903, p. 430; Nematonotus longispinus (Davis, 1887); Oricardinus sheareri (Cope, 1872, p. 347); Oricardinus tortus Cope, 1877, p. 177; Osmeroides ornatus Hay, 1903, p. 426; Osmeroides pontivagus Hay, 1903, p. 424; Pachyrhizodus caninus Cope, 1872, p. 344; Pachyrhizodus latimentum Cope, 1872, p. 346; Pachyrhizodus leptopsis Cope, 1874, p. 42; Pachyrhizodus sheareri Cope, 1872, p. 347; PalÏoniscus latus (J. H. Redfield); Pelecorapis berycinus Cope, 1877, p. 587; Pelecopterus chirurgus Cope, 1875, p. 244; Pelecopterus gladius (Cope); Pelecopterus perniciosus (Cope, 1875, p. 244); Pelecorapis berycinus Cope, 1877, p. 587; Pelecorapis varius Cope, 1874, p. 39; Portheus; Portheus angulatus Cope, 1872, p. 337; Portheus ?arcuatus Cope; Portheus gladius Cope, 1873, p. 338; Portheus lestrio Cope, 1875, p. 202; Portheus molossus Cope, 1871, p. 175; Portheus thaumas (Cope, 1870, p. 533); ProtosphyrÏna; ProtosphyrÏna ? angulata (Cope, 1872, p. 337); ProtosphyrÏna dimidiata (Cope, 1877, p. 822); ProtosphyrÏna gladius (Cope, 1873, p. 338); ProtosphyrÏna nitida (Cope, 1872, p. 280); ProtosphyrÏna perniciosa (Cope, 1874, p. 41); ProtosphyrÏna tenuis Loomis, 1900; ProtosphyrÏna xiphioides (Cope, 1877, p. 823); Ptycholepis marshi Newberry, 1878, p. 127; Pycnosterinx levispinosus Hay, 1903; Rhinellus tenuirostris (Cope, 1878, p. 69); Sardinius ? imbellis Hay, 1903, p. 93; Sardinius lineatus Cope, 1878, p. 71; Sardinius nasutulus Cope, 1878, p. 70; Sardinius percrassus Cope, 1878, p. 72; Sardinioides ornatus Hay, 1903, p. 426; Saurocephalus arapahovius Cope, 1875, p. 216; Saurocephalus goodeanus (Cope, 1877, p. 176); Saurocephalus lanciformis Harlan, 1824; Saurocephalus pamphagus Hay, 1899, p. 303; Saurocephalus phlebotomus Cope, 1870, p. 530; Saurocephalus prognathus Cope, 1870, p. 532; Saurocephalus thaumas Cope, 1870, p. 533; Saurocephalus xiphirostris (Stewart, 1898); Semionotus agassizi (W. C. Redfield, 1841); Semionotus brauni (Newberry, 1888, p. 44); Semionotus elegans (Newberry, 1888, p. 37); Semionotus fultus (Agassiz, 1833-36); Semionotus gigas (Newberry, 1888, p. 49); Semionotus lineatus (Newberry, 1888, p. 40); Semionotus micropterus (Newberry, 1888, p. 31); Semionotus ovatus (W. C. Redfield, 1842); Semionotus robustus (Newberry, 1888, p. 36); Semionotus tenuiceps (Agassiz, 1843); Spaniodon simus Cope, 1878, p. 69; SphagepÏa aciculata Cope, 1869; Stenoprotome hamata Hay, 1903, p. 407; Stratodus apicalis Cope, 1872, p. 349; Stratodus oxypogon Cope, 1877, p. 180; Tetheodus pephredo Cope, 1874, p. 43; Tri¾naspis virgulatus Cope, 1878, p. 67; Urenchelys germanus Hay, 1903, p. 434;
Formation: Benton; Greensand; Hajula; Hornerstown; Newark Series; Niobrara Fm.; Trinity Beds;
Country: Lebanon; USA: Connecticutt; Delaware; Kansas; Massachusetts; Montana; New Jersey; North Carolina; South Dakota; Texas;

 

Hussakof, L. 1947. A new pycnodont fish from the Cretaceous of Arkansas. Fieldiana, Geology. Vol. 10(4):23-27, 1 fig.
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Pycnodontiformes, Gyrodontidae
Genera/Species:Anomoeodus barberi
Hussakof, 1947
Formation: Marlbrook Marl, Gulf series
Country: Arkansas, Clark County, Cox Farm, 2 miles northeast of Oklahoma

 

Lehman, T. M. 1989. Giant Cretaceous sawfish (Onchosaurus) from Texas. Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 63:533-535
MFNA-CL-GA;
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Sclerorhynchidae;
Genera/Species:Ischyrhiza
; Onchopristis; Onchosaurus pharao (Dames, 1887);
Formation: El Picacho Fm.; San Carlos Formation; Ojinaga Fm.;
Country: Egypt; USA: Texas;

 

Locklair, R. E.; Savrda, C. E. 1998. Ichnology of Rhythmically bedded Demopolis chalk (Upper Cretaceous, Alabama): Implications for Paleoenvironment, Depositional Cycle Origins, and Tracemaker Behavior. Palaios. Vol. 13:423-438
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian
Higher Taxonomic Rank: ichnofossils
Genera/Species:Anconichus
, Chondrites, Planolites, Taenidium, Teichichnus, Thalassinoides, Zoophycos
Formation:  Demopolis Chalk
Country: USA: Alabama;

 

Locklair, R. E.; Savrda, C. E. 1998. Ichnofossil tiering analysis of a rhythmically bedded chalk-marl sequence in the Upper Cretaceous of Alabama. Lethaia. Vol. 31:311-322
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian
Higher Taxonomic Rank: ichnofossils
Genera/Species: Anconichus
, Chondrites, Planolites, Taenidium, Teichichnus, Thalassinoides, Zoophycos
Formation: Demopolis Chalk
Country: USA: Alabama

 

Nolf, D.; Stringer, G. L. 1996. Cretaceous fish otoliths - a synthesis of the North American record. Pp. 433-460. IN: Arratia, G.; Viohl, G. (eds.). Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics and Paleoecology. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil. Munich, Germany.
MFNA-CL; MFNA-CL-LM; MFNA-CL-BP; MFNA-CL-GA;
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acanthomorpha; Albuliformes; Albulidae; Apogonidae; Argentinidae; Ariidae; Aulopiformes; Bathyclupeidae; Beryciformes; Caproidei; Congridae; Chlorophthalmidae; Euteleostei; Gempylidae; Holocentridae; Megalopiformes; Moronidae; Ophidiidae; Osteoglossiformes; Pempheridae; Percoidei; Polymixiiformes; Polymixiidae; Ophidiiformes; Perciformes; Pterothrissidae; Scombroidei; Trachichthyidae;
Genera/Species:Albula campaniana
Nolf & Stringer, 1996, p. 438; "Albulidarum" ripleyensis Nolf & Stringer, 1996, p. 439; "Albulidarum" aff. solhi (Frizzell, 1965, p. 100); "Albulidarum" weileri Frizzell, 1965, p. 97; "Apogonidarum" maastrichtiensis Nolf & Stringer, 1996, p. 450; "Apogonidarum" zideki Nolf & Stringer, 1996, p. 450;  "Ariidarum" vulpes (Frizzell 1965, p. 180); "Caproideorum" dockeryi Nolf & Stringer, 1996, p. 447; "Chlorophthalmidarum" pseudoperca Nolf & Dockery, 1990, p. 6;  "Congridarum" aff. diagonalis Stinton & Nolf, 1970; "Ophidiidarum" cavatus Nolf & Stringer, 1996, p. 446; "Osteoglossidarum" tavernei Nolf & Stringer, 1996, p. 436; "Pempheridarum" huddlestoni Nolf & Stringer, 1996, p. 451; "Percoideorum" pseudochanda  Nolf & Dockery, 1990, p. 12; "Percoideorum" severnensis  Nolf & Stringer, 1996, p. 452; "Perciformorum" cepoloides Nolf & Dockery, 1990, p. 12; Pterothrissus; "Pterothrissidarum" griffini Nolf & Dockery, 1990, p. 5; "Teleosteorum" zorraquinosi Huddleston, 1981, p. 39;  "Trachichthyidarum" coffeesandensis; "Trachichthyidarum" oscitans Nolf & Stringer, 1996, p. 447;
Formation: Bernard Fm.; Blufftown Fm.; Coffee Sand Fm.; Eutaw Fm.; Fox Hill Sandstone Fm.; Ripley Fm.; Severn Fm.;
Country: USA: Alabama; Georgia; Maryland; Mississippi; Oregon; Mississippi; South Dakota; Tennessee;

 

Poyato-Ariza, F. J.; Wenz, S. 2002. A new insight into pycnodontiform fishes. Geodiversitas. Vol. 24(1):139-248
MFNA-T; MFNA-J; MFNA-JE; MFNA-CE; MFNA-CL; MFNA-CL-KC; MFNA-CL-GA;
Geologic Age: Triassic; Jurassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias); Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian; Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Berriasian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Barremian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian/Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late- Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Brembodontidae Tintori, 1981; Coccodontidae Berg, 1940; Gyrodontidae Berg, 1940; Gyrodontoidei Nursall, 1966; Mesturidae Nursall, 1996; Nursalliinae Blot, 1987; Proscinetinae Gistl, 1848; Pycnodontidae Agassiz, 1833; Pycnodontifae Agassiz, 1833; Pycnodontiformes Berg, 1937; Pycnodontinae Agassiz, 1833; Pycnodontoidei Nursall, 1996; Pycnodontoidea Agassiz, 1833;
Genera/Species:Abdobalistum
Poyato-Ariza and Wenz, 2002; Abdobalistum thyrsus Poyato-Ariza and Wenz, 2002; Amia; Anomoeodus Forir, 1887; Anomoeodus angustus (Agassiz, 1837); Anomoeodus nursalli Kriwet, 1999; Anomoeodus subclavatus (Agassiz, 1833); Anomoeodus willetti Woodward, 1893; Apomesodon Poyato-Ariza & Wenz, 2002; ?Apomesodon comosus (Thiollire, 1858); Apomesodon gibbosus (Wagner, 1851); Apomesodon surgens Poyato-Ariza and Wenz, 2002; Arduafrons Frickhinger, 1991; Arduafrons prominoris Frickhinger, 1991; Brembodus Tintori, 1981; Brembodus ridens Tintori, 1981; Camposichthys Figueiredo & Silva-Santos, 1991; Camposichthys riachuelensis Figueiredo & Silva-Santos, 1991; Coccodus Pictet, 1850; Coccodus armatus Pictet, 1850; Coccodus lindstroemi Davis, 1890; Coelodus Heckel, 1854; "Coelodus"bassanii; Coelodus costae; "Coelodus" ponsorti; Coelodus rosthorni Heckel, 1854; Coelodus saturnus Heckel, 1854; Coelodus subdiscus Wenz, 1989; Coelodus suillus Heckel, 1854; Coryphaena apoda Volta, 1809; Dapedium; Eomesodon Woodward, 1918; ?Eomesodon barnesi (Woodward, 1906); Eomesodon depressus Woodward, 1918; Eomesodon gibbosus;Eomesodon hoeferi (Gorjanovic-Kramberger, 1905); Eomesodon liassicus (Egerton, 1855); Gibbodon Tintori, 1981; Gibbodon cenensis Tintori, 1981; Gyrodus Agassiz, 1833; Gyrodus circularis Agassiz, 1843; Gyrodus frontatus; Gyrodus gibbosus Wagner, 1851; Gyrodus hexagonus (Blainville, 1818); Gyrodus macropterus Agassiz, 1834; Gyrodus wagneri (Thiollire, 1852); Hadrodus Leidy, 1858; Hadrodus hewletti (Applegate, 1970); Hadrodus marshi Gregory, 1950; Hadrodus priscus Leidy, 1858; Ichthyoceras Gayet, 1984; Ichthyoceras spinosus Gayet, 1984; Iemanja Wenz, 1989; Iemanja palma Wenz, 1989; Macromesodon Blake, 1905; Macromesodon bernissartensis Traquair, 1911; Macromesodon comosus; Macromesodon daviesi Woodward, 1890; Macromesodon macropterus (Agassiz, 1834); Macromesodon parvus (Woodward, 1895); Mesodon gibbosus Wagner, 1851; Mesodon macropterus var. parvus Woodward, 1895; Mesodon parvus Woodward, 1918; Mesturus Wagner, 1862; Mesturus cordillera; Mesturus leedsi Woodward, 1895; Mesturus verruscosus Wagner, 1862; Microdon elegans Agassiz, 1833; Microdon penalvai (Silva Santos, 1970); Microdon wagneri (Thiollire, 1852); Micropycnodon Hibbard & Graffham, 1945; Micropycnodon gaynaisensis Nursall, 1999; Micropycnodon kansasensis (Hibbard & Graffham, 1941); Neoproscinetes Figuieredo & Silva Santos, 1987; Neoproscinetes penalvai (Silva Santos, 1970); Nursallia Blot, 1987; Nursallia flavellatum (Cope, 1886); Nursallia goedeli (Heckel, 1854); Nursallia gutturosum (Arambourg, 1954); Nursallia ventralis (Davis, 1887); Nursallia veronae Blot, 1987; Oceloedus Poyato-Ariza and Wenz, 2002; Ocloedus subdiscus (Wenz, 1989); Ocloedus costae (Heckel, 1856); Ocloedus rosadoi (Silva Santos, 1963); Oropycnodus Poyato-Ariza and Wenz, 2002; Oropycnodus ponsortii (Heckel, 1854); Palaeobalistum Blainville, 1818; Palaeobalistum goedelii Heckel, 1854; Palaeobalistum gutturosum Hennig, 1907; Palaeobalistum orbiculatum Blainville, 1818; Palaeobalistum ponsortii Heckel, 1854; Palaeobalistum ventralis Davis, 1887; Palaeobalistum zignoi Blot, 1987; Paramesturus Taverne, 1981; Paramesturus stuehmeri Taverne, 1981; Placodus; Proscinetes Gistl, 1848; ?Proscinetes bassanii (D'Erasmo, 1914); Proscinetes bernardi (Thiollire, 1852); Proscinetes egertoni (Thiollire, 1852); Proscinetes elegans Agassiz, 1833; Proscinetes itieri  (Saint-Seine, 1949); Proscinetes radiatus (Agassiz, 1839); Proscinetes sauvanasi ? (Thiollire, 1852); Proscinetes thiollieri ? (Saint-Seine, 1949); Proscinetes wagneri (Thiollire, 1852); Pteronisculus; Pycnodus Agassiz, 1833; Pycnodus apodus (Volta, 1809); Pycnodus laveirensis de Veiga Ferreira, 1961; Pycnodus liassicus Egerton, 1855; Pycnodus rhombus Agassiz, 1839; Pycnodus rhomboides Agassiz, 1839; Pycnodus subclavatus Agassiz, 1833; Pycnomicrodon  kansasensis (Hibbard & Graffham, 1941); Semionotus; Stemmatodus Heckel, 1854; Stemmatodus rhombus (Agassiz, 1839); Stenamara Poyato-Ariza and Wenz, 2000; Stenamara  mia Poyato-Ariza and Wenz, 2000; Stromateus hexagonus Blainville, 1818; Tepexichthys Applegate, 1992; Tepexichthys  aranguthyorum Applegate, 1992; Trewavasia white & Moy-Thomas, 1941; Trewavasia carinatus (Davis, 1887); Xenopholis carinatus Davis, 1887;
Formation: Solnhofen; Zorzino Limestone; Riachuelo Fm.; Middle Purbeck Beds; Niobrara Chalk; Mooreville Chalk; Santana Fm.;
Country: France; Germany; Spain; Italy; Brazil; Lebanon; Slovenia; Kroatia; U.K.: England; USA: Alabama; Kansas; Mississippi; Texas; Belgium; Morocco; Portugal;

 

Rees, J.; Underwood, C. J. 2002. The status of the shark genus Lissodus Brough, 1935, and the position of nominal Lisoodus species within the Hybodontoidea (Selachii). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 22(3):471-479
MFNA-T; MFNA-TL-WI; MFNA-J; MFNA-CL-GA, MFNA-CL-FL;
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Middle; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Jurassic-Jurassic Middle; Triassic-Triassic Late Rhaetian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Hybodontidae Owen, 1846; Hybodontoidea Zangerl, 1981; Lonchidiidae Herman, 1977; Polyacrodontidae Glikman, 1964; Steinbachodontidae Reif, 1980;
Genera/Species:Acrodus ornatus
Woodward, 1889; Acronemus tuberculatus Reippel, 1982; Egertonodus Maisey, 1987; Egertonodus basanus Underwood & Rees; Hybodus Agassiz, 1837; Hybodus africanus Broom, 1909; Hybodus delabechei Charlesworth, 1839; Hybodus grewincki (Dalinkevicius, 1935); Hybodus hauffianus Fraas, 1895; Hybodus medius Agassiz, 1843; Hybodus multicuspidatus (Duffin & Thies, 1997); Hybodus polycyphus Agassiz, 1837; Hybodus reticulatus Agassiz, 1837; Hylaeobatis Woodward, 1916; Hylaeobatis problematica Woodward, 1916; Lissodus Brough, 1935; Lissodus africanus (Broom, 1909); Lissodus angulatus (Stensiš, 1921); Lissodus cassangensis (Teixeira, 1956); Lissodus cristatus Delsate & Duffin, 1999; Lissodus hasleensis Rees, 1998; Lissodus leiodus (Woodward, 1887); Lissodus leiopleurus (Woodward, 1889); Lissodus lepagei Duffin, 1993; Lissodus levis (Woodward, 1887); Lissodus minimus (Agassiz, 1839); Lissodus nodosus (Seilacher, 1943); Lissodus noncostatus Duffin & Thies, 1997; Lissodus pattersoni; Lissodus pustulatum (Patterson, 1966); Lissodus rugianus Ansorge, 1990; Lissodus wardi Duffin, 1985; Lonchidion Estes, 1964; Lonchidion anitae Thurmond, 1971; Lonchidion babulskii Cappetta & Case, 1975; Lonchidion breve Patterson, 1966; Lonchidion crenulatum (Patterson, 1966);  Lonchidion delsatei (Guennegues & Biddle, 1989); Lonchidion griffisi (Case, 1987); Lonchidion heterodon Patterson, 1966; Lonchidion humblei Murry, 1981; Lonchidion inflexum Underwood & Rees, IN PRESS; Lonchidion marocensis (Duffin & Sigogneau-Russell, 1993); Lonchidion microselachos; Lonchidion selachos Estes, 1964; Lonchidion weltoni (Duffin, 1985); Palaeobates verzilini Nessov & Kaznyshkin, 1988; Parvodus Rees & Underwood, 2002; Parvodus curvidens (Duffin & Thies, 1997); Parvodus pattersoni (Duffin, 1985); Parvodus rugianus (Ansorge, 1990); Polyacrodus Jaekel, 1889; Polyacrodus brabanticus (Leriche, 1930); Polyacrodus illingworthi (Dixon, 1850); Polyacrodus polycyphus Agassiz, 1837; Polyacrodus siversoni Rees, 1999; Polyacrodus torosus Mertiniene & Nessov, 1991; Steinbachodus Reif, 1980; Steinbachodus bartheli (Werner, 1989); Steinbachodus estheriae Reif, 1980; Vectiselachos Rees & Underwood, 2002; Vectiselachos ornatus;
Formation: Paluxy Fm., Trinity Group; Aguja Fm.; Mesaverde Fm.; Lance Fm.;
Country: Angola; Belgium; Denmark; Egypt; France; Germany; Lithuania; Luxembourg; Morocco; South Africa; Sweden; Switzerland; U.K.: England; Scotland; USA: Montana; New Jersey; Oregon; Texas; Virginia; Wyoming; Uzbekistan;

 

Robb, A. J., III. 1989. The Upper Cretaceous (Campanian, Black Creek Formation) fossil fish fauna of Phoebus Landing, Bladen County, North Carolina. Mosasaur. Vol. 4:75-92
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian
Higher Taxonomic Rank: fossil fish fauna
Formation: Black Creek Formation
Country: USA: Bladen County, North Carolina

 

Rowe, T.; Cifelli, R. L.; Lehman, T. M.; Weil, A. 1992. The Campanian Terlingua local fauna, with a summary of other vertebrates from the Aguja Formation, Trans-Pecos Texas. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 12(4):472-493
MFNA-CL-GA; MFNA-CL-FL;
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Actinopterygii; Amiidae; Chondrichthyes; Dasyatidae; Lepisosteidae; Phyllodontidae; Teleostei;
Genera/Species:Hybodus
; Ischyrhiza avonicola; Lissodus (=Lonchidion) selachos; Scapanorhynchys; Onchopristis dunklei; Ptychotrygon; Squatirhina americana;
Formation: Aguja Fm.; Judithian Fm.
Country: CANADA: Alberta; U.S.A.: Montana; New Mexico; Texas; Utah; Wyoming;

 

Schultze, H.-P. 2004. Mesozoic sarcopterygians. pp. 463-492. IN: Arratia, Gloria; Tintori, Andrea (eds.).  Mesozoic Fishes 3 Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil. MŸnchen, Deutschland. 649 pp.
MFNA-T; MFNA-TL-NS; MFNA-J; MFNA-CE; MFNA-CL; MFNA-CL-GA;
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Early; Triassic-Triassic Middle; Triassic-Triassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Middle; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian/Maastrichtian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Actinistia Cope, 1871; actinistians; Arganodontidae Martin, 1982b; Asiatoceratodontidae Vorobyeva, 1967; Ceratodontidae Gill, 1873; Ceratodontoidei Nikolski, 1954; Chirodipteridae Campbell & Barwick, 1990; Coelacanthidae Agassiz, 1843; Coelacanthiformes Berg, 1940; Conchopomatidae Berg, 1940; Ctenodontidae Woodward, 1891; Ctenodontoidei Nikolski, 1954; Diplocercidae Berg, 1940; Diplocercidiformes Schultze, 2004; Dipnoi MŸller, 1845; Dipnoiformes Cloutier & Ahlberg, 1995; Dipnorhynchidae Berg, 1940; Dipteridae Owen, 1846; Dipteroidei Nikoski, 1954; Gnathorhizidae Miles, 1977; Hadronectoridae Lund & Lund, 1984; Hadronectoroidei Lund & Lund, 1984; Holodontidae Gorizdro-Kulczycka, 1950; Laugiidae Berg, 1940; Latimeroidei Schultze, 1993; Latimeriidae Berg, 1940; Lepidosirenidae Bonaparte, 1841; Mawsoniidae Schultze, 1993; Miguashaiidae Schultze, 1993; Neoceratodontidae Miles, 1977; Phaneropleuridae Huxley, 1861; Ptychoceradontidae; Rhabdodermatidae Berg, 1958; Rhynchodipteridae Berg, 1940; Sagenodontidae Jaekel, 1911; sarcopterygians; Sasseniidae Forey, 1998; Stomiahykidae Bernacsek, 1977; Uronemidae Traquair, 1890; Uronemoidei Nikolski, 1954; Whiteiidae Schultze, 1993;
Genera/Species:Alcoveria
Beltan, 1972; Alcoveria brevis Beltan, 1972; Aphelodus Kemp, 1993a; Aphelodus anapes Kemp, 1993a; Archaeoceratodus Kemp, 1997a; Archaeoceratodus avuus (Woodward, 1906); Arganodus Martin, 1979; Arganodus atlantis Martin, 1979; Arganodus arganensis (Martin, 1979); Arganodus atlantis Martin, 1979; Arganodus dorothea (Case, 1921); Arganodus multicristatus Vorobyeva & Min’kh, 1968; Arganodus tiguidiensis Tabaste, 1963; Ariguna Kemo, 1994; Ariguna formosa Wade, 1935; Asiatoceratodus Vorobyeva, 1967; Asiatoceratodus sharovi Vorobyeva, 1967; Axelia Stensiš, 1921; Axelia elegans Stensiš, 1921; Axelia robusta Stensiš, 1921; Axelrodichthys Maisey, 1986; Axelrodichthys araripensis Maisey, 1986; Beltanodus Schultze, 1981a; Beltanodus ambilobensis Schultze, 1981a; Ceratodus Agassiz, 1838; Ceratodus acutus Priem, 1924; Ceratodus africanus Haug, 1905; Ceratodus americanus Knight, 1898; Ceratodus arenaceus Quenstedt, 1883; Ceratodus arganensis Martin, 1979; Ceratodus bovisrivi Linck, 1962; Ceratodus brasiliensis Souza, Cunha, & Ferreira, 1980; Ceratodus bucobaensis Min’kh, 1977; Ceratodus capensis Woodward, 1889; Ceratodus carinatus Schaal, 1984; Ceratodus concinnus Plieninger, 1844; Ceratodus diutinus Kemp, 1993b; Ceratodus elegans Vollrath, 1923; Ceratodus facetidans Chabakov, 1931; Ceratodus felchi Kirkland, 1987; Ceratodus formosus; Ceratodus frazieri Ostrom, 1970; Ceratodus guentheri Marsh, 1878; Ceratodus gustasoni Kirkland, 1987; Ceratodus heshanggoensis Cheng, 1980; Ceratodus hislopianus Oldham, 1859; Ceratodus humei Priem, 1914; Ceratodus hunterianus Oldham, 1859; Ceratodus iheringi Ameghino, 1906; Ceratodus jechartiensis Min’kh, 1977; Ceratodus kannenmeyeri Seeley, 1897; Ceratodus kaupi Agassiz, 1838; Ceratodus latissimus Schmidt, 1928; Ceratodus madagascariensis Priem, 1924; Ceratodus madelungi Volz, 1896; Ceratodus minor Liu & Yeh, 1957; Ceratodus minutus Haug, 1905; Ceratodus nageshawari Shah & Satsengi, 1970; Ceratodus orenburgensis Min’kh, 1977; Ceratodus ornatus Broom, 1909; Ceratodus paleoruncinatus Frentzen, 1924; Ceratodus parvus Agassiz, 1838; Ceratodus pectinatus Tabaste, 1963; Ceratodus planasper Linck, 1962; Ceratodus priscus Fraas, 1904; Ceratodus reticristatus Vorobyeva & Min’kh, 1968; Ceratodus robustus Knight, 1898; Ceratodus shenmuensis Liu & Yeh, 1960; Ceratodus (Tellerodus) sturi Teller, 1891; Ceratodus szechuanensis Young, 1942; Ceratodus tuberculatus Tabaste, 1963; Ceratodus youngi Liu & Yeh, 1960; Ceratodus yuanjiangensis Hubei (1977); Chinlea Schaeffer, 1967; Chinlea sorensi Schaeffer, 1967; Coccoderma Quenstedt, 1858; Coccoderma bavaricum Reis, 1888; Coccoderma gigas Reis, 1888; Coccoderma substriolatum Reis, 1888; Coccoderma suevicum (harlemensis) Quenstedt, 1858; Coelacanthus Agassiz, 1839; Coelacanthus banffensis Lambe, 1916; Coelacanthus evolutus Beltan, 1980; Coelacanthus gracilis Agassiz, 1844; 'Coelacanthus' lunzensis Reis, 1900; Coelacanthus minor Agassiz, 1844; Diplurus Newberry, 1878; Diplurus longicaudus Newberry, 1878; Diplurus newarki Bryant, 1934; Ferganoceratodus Nesov & Kaznyshkin, 1985; Ferganoceratodus jurassicus Nesov & Kazuyshkin, 1985; Garnbergia Martin & Wenz, 1984; Garnbergia ommata Martin & Wenz, 1984; Gnathorhiza Cope, 1883; Gnathorhiza bogdensis Min’kh, 1977; Gnathorhiza lozovskii Min’kh, 1977; Gnathorhiza otschevi Min’kh, 1977; Gnathorhiza triassica Min’kh, 1977; Gosfordia Woodward, 1890; Gosfordia truncata Woodward, 1890; Graphiurichthys White & Moy-Thomas, 1937; Graphiurichthys callopterus Knerr, 1866; Hainbergia granulata Schweizer, 1966; Heptanema Belloti, 1857; Heptanema paradoxum Belloti, 1857; Holophagus Egerton, 1861; Holophagus gulo Egerton, 1861; Indoceolacanthus Jain, 1974; Indoceolacanthus robustus Jain, 1974;  Laugia Stensiš, 1932; Laugia groenlandica Stenisš, 1932; Lepidosiren Fitzinger, 1837;  Lepidosiren paradoxa; Libys MŸnster, 1842; Libys polypterus (superbus) MŸnster, 1842; Lualabaea Saint-Seine, 1955; Lualabaea henryi Saint-Seine, 1955; Lualabaea lerichei Saint-Seine, 1955; Macropoma Agassiz, 1835; Macropoma mantelli = lewesiensis Mantell, 1822; Macropoma precursor  Woodward, 1909; Macropoma speciosum Reuss, 1857; Macropoma willemosi Vetter, 1881; Macropomoides Woodward, 1942;  Macropomoides orientalis Woodward, 1942; Mawsonia Woodward, 1907; Mawsonia gigas Woodward, 1907; Mawsonia lavocati Tabaste, 1963; Mawsonia libyca Weiler, 1935; Mawsonia tegamensis Wenz, 1975; Mawsonia ubangiana Casier, 1961; Megalocoelacanthus Schwimmer, Stewart, & Williams, 1994; Megalocoelacanthus dobei Schwimmer, Stewart, & Williams, 1994; Metaceratodus Chapman, 1914; Metaceratodus ellioti Kemp, 1997b; Metaceratodus wollastoni Chapman, 1914; Microceratodus Teixeira, 1954; Microceratodus angolensis Teixeira, 1949; Mioceratodus Kemp, 1992; Moenkopia Schaeffer & Gregory, 1961; Moenkopia wellesi Schaeffer & Gregory, 1961; Mylacanthus Stensiš, 1921; Mylacanthus lobatus Stensiš, 1921; Mylacanthus spinosus Stensiš, 1921; Namatozodia Kemp, 1993a; Namatozodia pitikanta Kemp, 1993a; Nematozodia; Neoceratodus forsteri; Neoceratodus nargun Kemp, 1983; Paraceratodus Lehman, Chateau, Laurain, & Nauche, 1959; Paraceratodus germaini Lehman, Chateau, Laurain, & Nauche, 1959; Piveteauia Lehman, 1952; Piveteauia madagascarensis Lehman, 1952; Protopterus protopteroides Tabaste, 1963; Protopterus regulatus Schall, 1984; Ptychoceratodus Jaekel, 1926; Ptychoceratodus donensis Vorobyeva & Min’kh, 1968; Ptychoceratodus gracilis Vorobyeva & Min’kh, 1968; Ptychoceratodus philippsi Agassiz, 1838; Ptychoceratodus rectangulus Linck, 1936; Ptychoceratodus serratus Agassiz, 1838; Rhabdoderma Reis, 1888; Rhabdoderma madagascariense Woodward, 1910; Rhipis Saint-Seine, 1950; Rhipis tuberculatus Casier, 1965; Sassenia Stensiš, 1921; Sassenia groenlandica Forey, 1998; Sassenia guttata Stensiš, 1921; Sassenia tuberculata Stensiš, 1921; Scleracanthus asper Stensiš, 1921; Sinocoelacanthus Liu, 1964; Sinocoelacanthus fengshanensis Liu, 1964; Synaptotylus; Tellerodus Lehman 1976; Tellerodus sturi; Ticinepomis Rieppel, 1980; Ticinepomis peyeri Rieppel, 1980; Trachymetopon Hennig, 1951; Trachymetopon liassicum Hennig, 1951; Undina MŸnster, 1834; Undina acutidens Reis, 1888; Undina barroviensis Woodward, 1890; Undina cirinensis Thiollire, 1854; Undina grandis Eastman, 1914; Undina penicillata MŸnster, 1834; Undina picena Costa, 1862; Undina purbeckensis Woodward, 1916; Whiteia Moy-Thomas, 1935; Whiteia africanus Broom, 1909; Whiteia nielseni Forey, 1998; Whiteia tuberrculata Moy-Thomas, 1935; Whiteia woodwardi Moy-Thomas, 1935; Winmania Stensiš, 1921; Winmania multistriata Stensiš, 1921; Winmania sinuosa Stensiš, 1921;
Formation: Newark Supergroup
Country: Spitsbergan; Greenland; Madagascar; USA: between Connecticut and North Carolina; Germany; France; Germany; Morocco; Niger; Congo; Egypt; Sweden; India; England; Australia; South America: Bolivia; Brazil; China; Canada; Italy; Switzerland; Austria; Turkey; Congo; Czechoslovakia; Lebanon; Uzbekistan; Kirghizia; Russia; Thailand; Angola; Algeria;

 

Schwimmer, D.; Williams, G. 2003. New fossil of the largest known coelacanth, from the Late Cretaceous of southeastern USA. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 23(Supplement to Number 3):95A
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: coelacanth
Genera/Species:Megalocoelacanthus dobiei
;
Formation: Blufftown Fm.;
Country: USA: eastern Alabama;

 

Schwimmer, D. R. 1981. A distinctive Upper Cretaceous fauna, 3-4 meters below the Blufftown-Cusseta contact in the Chattahoochee River valley. p. 81-88. IN: Reinhardt, J.; Gibson, T. G. (eds.). Upper Cretaceous and Lower Tertiary geology of the Chatahoochee River Valley, western Georgia and eastern Alabama. Georgia Geological Society
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late
Formation: Blufftown Fm., Cusseta Fm.
Country: USA: western Georgia and eastern Alabama

 

Schwimmer, D. R. 1986. Late Cretaceous fossils from the Blufftown Formation (Campanian) in western Georgia. The Mosasaur. The Journal of the Delaware Valley Paleontological Society. Vol. 3:109-123, 2 plates
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian
Formation: Blufftown Formation
Country: USA: western Georgia

 

Schwimmer, D. R.; Hooks, G. E., III, ; Johnson, B. 2002. Revised taxonomy, age, and geographic range of the large lamniform shark Cretodus semiplicatus. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 22(3):704-707
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late Cenomanian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Lamniformes Berg, 1958; Cretoxyrhinidae Glikman, 1958;
Genera/Species:Cretodus
Sokolov, 1965; Cretodus crassidens; Cretodus semiplicatus (MŸnster In: Agassiz, 1843); Lamna semiplicata; Lamna sulcata; Leptostyrax crassidens; Leptostyrax semiplicatus; Otodus crassus; Otodus divaricatus; Otodus micohoni; Otodus semiplicatus Agassiz, 1843; Oxyrhina crassidens; Plicatolamna semiplicata; Scyliorhynchus rugosus;
Formation: Tombigbee Sand Member; Eutaw Fm.;
Country: USA: Alabama; Georgia;

 

Schwimmer, D. R.; Stewart, J. D.; Williams, G. D. 1997. Xiphactinus vetus and the distribution of Xiphactinus species in the eastern United States. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 17(3):610-615
MFNA-CL, MFNA-CL-KC, MFNA-CL-GA,
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Ichthyodectidae;
Genera/Species:Xiphactinus
; Portheus; Xiphactinus audax Leidy, 1870; Portheus molossus Cope, 1871; Xiphactinus  (Polygonodon)vetus (Leidy, 1856);
Formation: Austin Chalk; Lower Pierre shale; Sharon Springs Member; Pembina Member; Niobrara chalk; Demopolis Fm.; Naversink Fm.; Blufftown Fm.; Marshalltown Fm.; Black River Fm.; Mount Laurel Fm.;
Country: USA: Delaware, Georgia, Kansas, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Wyoming; CANADA: Manitoba,

 

Shimada, K.; Everhart, M. J.; Hooks, G. E., III. 2002. Ichthyodectid fish and protostegid turtle bitten by the Late Cretaceous Lamniform Shark, Cretoxyrhina mantelli. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 22(Supplement to Number 3):106A
MFNA-CL-KC; MFNA-CL-GA;
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late
Genera/Species:Cretoxyrhina mantelli
; Xiphactinus audax;
Formation: Mooreville Chalk; Niobrara Chalk;
Country: USA: Alabama, Kansas

 

Shimada, K.; Hooks, G. E., III 2004. Shark-bitten protostegid turtles from the Upper Cretaceous Mooreville Chalk, Alabama. Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 78(1):205-210
MFNA-CL-GA;
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian/Campanian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Lamniformes; Cretoxyrhinidae;
Genera/Species:Cretoxyrhina mantelli
; Squalicorax falcatus (Agassiz);
Formation: Mooreville Chalk
Country: USA: Alabama

 

Stahl, B. J.; Parris, D. C. 2004. The complete dentition of Edaphodon mirificus (Chondrichthyes: Holocephali) from a single individual. Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 78(2):388-392
MFNA-CL-GA;
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Callorhynchidae Garman, 1901; Chimaeriformes Obruchev, 1953; Chimaeroidei Patterson, 1965; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Edaphodontinae Stahl, 1999; Holocephali Bonaparte, 1832;  Subterbranchialia Zangerl, 1979;
Genera/Species:Edaphodon
Buckland, 1838; Edaphodon mirificus Leidy, 1856;
Formation: Hornerstown Fm.;
Country: USA: New Jersey;

 

Stewart, J. D. 1996. Cretaceous acanthomorphs of North America. pp. 383-394. IN: Arratia, G.; Viohl, G. (eds.). Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics and Paleoecology. Proceedings of the international meeting EichstŠtt, 1993. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil. MŸnchen, Germany.  576 pp.
MFNA-CL-LM; MFNA-CL-KC; MFNA-CL-GA;
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian middle; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acanthomorphs; Sphenocephalidae; polymixiid; Trachichthyiformes; Holocentridae;
Genera/Species: Amphiplaga
; Belonostomus sp.;  Beryx insculptus Cope, 1869;  Caproberyx; Hoplopteryx;  Hoplopteryx lewesiensis;  Kansius sternbergi Hussakof, 1929; Leptecodon rectus; Nematonotus longispinnus; Neogastroplites americanus; Neogastroplites cornutus; Neogastroplites maclearni Leckie et ali, 1992; Omosoma garretti Bardack, 1976;  Paraberyx californica; Paraliodesmus;  Paraliodesmus quadagnii;  Platyceramus platinus;  Rothwellia trachichthyiformis; Sphenocephalus fissicaudus;  Trachichthyioides;  Urenchelys abditus;  Xenyllion Wilson & Murray, 1996;  Xenyllion zonensis Wilson & Murray, 1996;
Formation: Carlile Shale Fm.; Eutaw Fm.; Gober Chalk Fm.; Hornerstown Fm.; Mooreville;  Mowry Shale; Niobrara Chalk Fm.; Niobrara FM.; Panoche Fm.; Shaftesbury; Pierre Shale Fm.; Mooreville Chalk Fm.;
Country: CANADA: Alberta, USA: Alabama; California; Colorado; Kansas; New Jersey; Texas; Utah,

 

Warren, J. D.; Denney, Jr., T. S.; Savrda, C. E. 1998. Matlab Algorithm for grayscale analysis of carbonate cyclicity: example application to Demopolis Chalk (Cretaceous, Alabama). Computers & Geosciences. Vol. 24(10):923-931
MFNA-CL-GA,
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;
Formation: Demopolis Chalk
Country: USA: Alabama

 

Warren, J. D.; Savrda, C. E. 1998. Carbonate cycles in Upper Cretaceous (Campanian) Demopolis chalk, West-Central Alabama. Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Transactions. Vol. 48):487-498
MFNA-CL-GA,
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;
Formation: Demopolis chalk
Country: USA: West-Central Alabama

 

Welton, B. J.; Farish, R. F. 1993. The Collector's Guide to Fossil Sharks and Rays from the Cretaceous of Texas. Dallas, Texas. Before Time. Pp. 1-204
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Rajidae Bonaparte, 1831
Genera/Species:3 rajid teeth
Formation: Kemp Fm.
Country: USA: Texas

 

Whetstone, K. 1978. Belonostomus sp. (Teleostei, Aspidorhynchidae) from the Upper Cretaceous Tombigbee Sand of Alabama. Univ. Kansas Paleontol. Contrib., Pap.. Vol. 89:17-19
MFNA-CL-GA
Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: Aspidorhynchidae
Genera/Species:Belonstomus
sp.
Formation: Eutaw Fm.
Country: Alabama

 

Wilson, M. V. H.; Bruner, J. C. 2004. Mesozoic fish assemblages of North America. pp. 575-595. IN: Arratia, Gloria; Tintori, Andrea (eds.). Mesozoic Fishes 3 Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil. MŸnchen, Deutschland. 649 pp.
MFNA; MFNA-T; MFNA-TE-WL; MFNA-TM-WC; MFNA-TL-WI; MFNA-TL-NS; MFNA-J; MFNA-JE-UW; MFNA-JE-WC; MFNA-JM-WI; MFNA-JL-WI; MFNA-C; MFNA-CE; MFNA-CE-WI; MFNA-CE-AC; MFNA-CL; MFNA-CL-LM; MFNA-CL-TU; MFNA-CL-KC; MFNA-CL-GA; MFNA-CL-BP; MFNA-CL-M; MFNA-CL-FL;
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Early; Triassic-Triassic Early(Scythian)-Nammalian; Triassic-Triassic Middle; Triassic-Triassic Middle-Ladinian; Triassic-Triassic Late; Triassic-Triassic Late-Norian; Triassic-Triassic Late-Rhaetian; Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Early-Hettangian; Jurassic-Jurassic Early-Toarcian; Jurassic-Jurassic Middle-Toarcian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Late-Kimmeridgian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Hauterivian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;
Higher Taxonomic Rank: actinistians; Actinopterygians; Chondrichthyans; Coelacanths; Cypriniformes; Dercetidae; dipnoans; Hiodontidae; holocephalans; Lungfishes; Percopsidae; rays; Salmonidae; sharks; Siluriformes;
Genera/Species:Acanthichthys
; Acidorhynchus; Albertonia; Apateodus; Australosomus; Bananogmius; Belonostomus; Beryx insculptus Cope, 1869; Birgeria; Bobasatrania; Ceratodus; Chandlerichthys; Cimolichthys; Clupavus; Cyclurus; Deltaichthys; Enchodus; Erichalcis Forey, 1975; Hulettia; Ichthyodectes; Ischyriza Leidy, 1856a; Kindleia fragosa; Lissodus; Macropoma; Myledaphus; Osmeroides; Ostariostoma; Platacodon Marsh, 1889; Saurichthys; Saurodon leanus Hays, 1830; Semionotus; Todiltia; Xenyllion; Xiphactinus;
Formation: Aguja Fm.; Austin Chalk; Bearpaw Fm.; Black Creek Fm.; Black River Fm.; Blufftown Fm.; Boyne Member; Budden Canyon Fm.; Bug Creek Anthills; Carlile Shale; Chinle Fm.; Chandler Fm.; Chinle Group; Christopher Fm.; Chugwater Fm.; Cloverly Fm.; Comanche Peak Fm.; Cusseta Fm.; Dakota Fm.; Deerfield Fm.; Demopolis Fm.; Dinosaur Park Fm.; Dockum Group; Dolores Fm.; Eagle Ford Fm.; Eureka Deposits; Eutaw Fm.; Favret Fm.; Feltville Fm.; Ferris Fm.; Fish-Scale Zone; Foremost Fm.; Fruitland Fm.; Gober Chalk Fm.; Greenhorn Fm.; Hay River; Hell Creek Fm.; Hornerstown Fm.; Horseshoe Canyon Fm.; Judith River Fm.; Kangkuk Fm.; Kansas Chalk; Kaskapau Fm.; Kiowa Shale; Lance Fm.; Livingston Fm.; Lockatong Fm.; Lakota Fm.; Loon River Fm.; Lykins Fm.; Mankos Shale; Marlbrook Marl; Marshalltown Fm.; McDougall Point Member; Medicine Bow Fm.; Mesaverde Fm.; Milk River Fm.; Moenavi Fm.; Mooreville Chalk; Mooreville Fm.; Morrison Fm.; Mowry Fm.; Mowry Shale; Navesink Fm.; Newark Supergroup; Niobrara Fm.; Ojinaga Fm.; Oldman Fm.; Paluxy Fm.; Paper Shale; Pecan Gap Chalk Member; Pembina Member; Pierre Shale; Poker Chip Shale; Pony Express Member; Ralston Creek Fm.; Red Shale; Rierdon Fm.; San Carlos Fm.; Selma Fm.; Shaftesbury Fm.; Sharon Springs Member; Shublick Fm.; Smoking Hills Fm.; Smoky Hill Chalk; St. Mary River Fm.; Sulphur Mountain Fm.; Sundance Fm.; Taylor Marl; Tecovas Fm.; Toad Grayling Fm.; Todilto Member; Toreva Fm.; Turner's Falls Sandstone; Vermilion River Fm.; Wanakah Fm.; Wapiti Lake Area; Waterfall Fm.; Watino Fm.; Weber Conglomerates; Wingate Sandstone;
Country: Canada: Alberta; Axel Heiberg Island; Banks Island; British Columbia; Manitoba; Northwest Territories; Nunavut Territory; Saskatchewan; Yukon; Cuba; Greenland; Mexico; USA: Alabama; Alaska; Arizona; California; Colorado; Connecticut; Georgia; Kansas; Maryland; Massachusetts; Minnesota; Mississippi; Montana; Nebraska; Nevada; New Jersey; New Mexico; New York; North Carolina; Oklahoma; Pennsylvania; South Carolina; South Dakota; Texas; Utah; Virginia; Wyoming;