1        Al-Mahrouki, A. A., D. M. Irwin, L. C. Graham, & J. H. Youson. 2001. Molecular cloning of preproinsulin cDNAs from several osteoglossomorphs and a cyprinid. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 174:51-58.
Age:
Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
Osteoglossomorpha.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
West Africa; North America.

 

2        Anderson, R. Y., & D. W. Kirkland. 1960. Origin, varves and cycles of Jurassic Todilto Formation, New Mexico. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin 44:37-52.
Age:
Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
environment of deposition of fishes.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Todilto.
Country and State/Province:
New Mexico.

 

3        Andrews, S. M., B. G. Gardiner, R. S. Miles, & C. Patterson. 1967. Chapter 26. Pisces. pp. 637-683. IN: The Fossil Record, Part II. Geological Society of London, Northern Ireland
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Acipenseridae Bonaparte, 1831; Acrolepididae Aldinger, 1937; Aetheodontidae Brough, 1939; Albuloidei; Amiidae Bonaparte, 1837; Anguilloidei; Archaeomaenidae Wade, 1941; Aspidorhynchidae Nicholson & Lydekker, 1889; Aulostomoidei; Belonorhynchidae Woodward, 1888; Berycoidei; Birgeriidae Aldinger, 1937; Blochiidae; Bobasatraniidae Stensiš, 1932; Boreosomidae Gardiner, 1967; Catervariolidae Saint-Seine, 1955; Centrolepididae Gardiner, 1960; Cephaloxenidae Brough, 1939; Ceratodontidae Gill, 1872; Chanoidei; Characoidei; Chimaeroidei; Chlamydoselachidae Garman, 1884; Chondrosteidae Traquair, 1877; Cleithrolepididae Wade, 1935; Clupeoidei; Coccolepididae Berg, 1940; Coelacanthidae Agassiz, 1843; Colobodontidae Stensiš, 1916; Cosmolepididae Gardiner, 1967; Cyprinodontoidei; Dalatiidae Gill, 1892; Dicellopygidae Romer, 1945; Dinopterygoidei; Edestiformes; Elopoidei; Enchodontoidei; Eotrigonodontidae; Errolichthyidae Lehman, 1952; Eugaleidae Gurr, 1963; Exocoetoidei; Furidae Jordan, 1923; Gadidae; Gadoidei; Galkiniidae Yakovlev, 1962; Habroichthyidae Gardiner, 1967; Heterodontidae Gill, 1862; Hexanchidae Gill, 1885; Hybodontidae Owen, 1846; Hypolophidae Leriche, 1913; Ichthyokentemidae Griffith & Patterson, 1963; Labroidei; Lamnidae MŸller & Henle 1839; Laugiidae Berg, 1940; Lepidosirenidae GŸnther, 1872; Lepidotidae Owen, 1860; Lepisosteidae Cuvier, 1825; Leptolepididae Nicholson & Lydekker, 1889; Ligulellidae Saint-Seine, 1955; Luganoiidae Brough, 1939; Macrosemiidae Cope, 1889; Macrouroidei; Majokiidae Saint-Seine, 1955; Myctophoidei; Myliobatidae MŸller & Henle, 1837; Myriacanthoidei; Notacanthiformes; Odontaspididae MŸller & Henle 1839; Oligopleuridae Woodward; Pachycormidae Woodward, 1895; Palaeoniscidae Vogt, 1852; Palaeospinacidae Regan, 1906; Paracentrophoridae Obruchev, 1964; Parasemionotidae Stensiš, 1932; Peipiaosteidae Liu & Zhou, 1965; Peltopleuridae; Percoidei; Pholidophoridae Woodward, 1890; Pholidopleuridae Wade, 1932; Phyllodontidae; Platysiagidae Brough, 1939; Platysomidae Young, 1866; Pleuropholidae Saint-Seine, 1955; Polymixioidei; Polyodontidae Bonaparte, 1838; Pristidae MŸller & Henle, 1837; Pristiophoridae Bleeker, 1859; Promecosominidae Wade, 1941; Protelopidae Saint-Seine, 1949; Protosphyraenidae Nicholson & Lydekker, 1889; Protospinacidae Woodward, 1919; Ptychodontidae Jaekel, 1898; Ptycholepididae Brough, 1939; Rajidae Bonaparte, 1831; Redfieldiidae Berg, 1940; Rhadinichthyidae Romer, 1945; Rhinobatidae MŸller & Henle, 1841; Salmonoidei; Saurichthyidae Goodrich, 1909; Scanilepididae Romer, 1945; Sciaenidae; Scyliorhinidae Gill, 1862; Siluriformes; Squalicoracidae Andrews, Gardiner, Miles, & Patterson, 1967; Squalidae Bonnaterre, 1831; Squalorajoidei; Squatinidae MŸller & Henle, 1837; Stomiatoidei; Tegeolepididae Romer, 1945; Tetraodontoidei; Triakidae White, 1936; Trygonidae MŸller & Henle, 1837; Tungusichthyidae Berg, 1940; Urosthenidae Woodward, 1931; Xenacanthidae;.
Genera and Species:
Australosomus Stensiš 1932; Belonostomus longirostris (Lambe, 1902); Birgeria Stensiš, 1919; Bobasatrania White 1932; Boreosomus Stensiš, 1921; Broughia Stensiš 1932; Chlamydoselachoides tableri (Leriche, 1929); Cobitopsis; Cylindracanthus; Erythrinolepis mowriensis Cockerell, 1919; Goudkoffia delicata David 1946; Helmolepis Stensiš 1932; Hemilampronites hesperius Cockerell, 1919; Laugia groenlandica Stensiš, 1932; Leucichthyops vagans Cockerell 1919; Lonchiodon selachos Estes, 1964; Myledaphus bipartitus Cope, 1876; Natlandia ornata David 1946; Ospia Stensiš 1932; Paleopsephurus wilsoni McAlpin, 1941; Paractichthys fibrillatus Cockerell, 1919; Parahelicampodus sparcki Nielsen, 1952;Platacodon nanus Marsh, 1889; Protoscaphirhynchus squamosus Wilimovsky, 1956; Protosphyraena Leidy 1857; Pygopterus de geeri Stensiš, 1921; Rankinia macrouriformis David, 1946; Redfieldius Hay 1902; Turseodus acutus Leidy, 1857; Vorhisia vulpes Frizzell, 1965;.
Formation:
Blair Fm.; Carn-Nor Fm.; Cenom-Camp Fm.; Fox Hills Sandstone; Induan Fm.; Lance Fm.; Mesa Verde Fm.; Moreno Fm.; Mowry Shale; Panoche Fm.; Sinem Fm.; Turon-Campan Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Greenland; Lebanon; Spitsbergen; Trinidad; USA: California; Colorado; Montana; South Dakota; Wyoming;.

 

4        Arratia, G. 1981. Varasichthys ariasi n. gen. et sp. from the Upper Jurassic of Chile (Pisces, Teleostei, Varasichthyidae n. fam.). Palaeontographica Abt. A 175A:107-139.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian;.
Higher Taxa:
Varasichthyidae; amiids; pycnodonts; Leptolepididae;.
Genera and Species:
Varasichthys ariasi Arratia, 1981; Luisichthys; Luisichthys vidalis; Lepidotes; Pholidophorus domeykos Arratia et ali; Leptolepis opercularis Arratia; Leptolepis voithi; Leptolepides sprattiformes; Protoclupea chilensis Arratia et ali; Pachythrissops; Pachythrissops laevis; Pachythrissops propterus; Pachythrissops vectensis; Pachythrissops furcatus; Thrissops; Tharsis; Allothrissops;.
Formation:
Domeykos Range.
Country and State/Province:
Chile; Brazil; Argentina; South America;.

 

5        Arratia, G. 1986. New Jurassic fishes (Teleostei) of Cordillera de Domeyko, Northern Chile. Sonder-Abdruck aus Palaeontographica BeitrŠge zur Naturgeschichte der Vorzeit 192:75-91.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
pachyrhizodontoids; Leptolepididae;.
Genera and Species:
Bobbichthys opercularis Arratia, Chang, and Chong; Antofagastaichthys mandibularis Arratia, 1986, p. 12; Varasichthys; Protoclupea; Domeykos; Luisichthys; Chongichthys; Pachycormus; Leptolepis opercularis Arratia et ali, 1975; Lepidotes; Proleptolepis furcata Nybelin; Leptolepis normandica; Varasichthys ariasi; Protoclupea chilensis; Chongichthys dentatus Arratia, 1982; Rhacolepis buccalis Agassiz; Rhacolepis; Pachyrhizodus; Pholidophorus domeykanus; Pholidophorus;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Chile; Cuba;.

 

6        Arratia, G. 1987. Anaethalion and similar teleosts (Actinopterygii, Pisces) from the Late Jurassic (Tithonian) of southern Germany and their relationships. Palaeontolographia Avt. A. 200:1-44.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian.
Higher Taxa:
Actinopterygii; Elopomorpha incertae sedis; Clupeocephala incertae sedis;.
Genera and Species:
Anaethalion angustus; Anaethalion angustissimus; Anaethalion knorri; Anaethalion cf. Anaethalion subovatus; Eichstaettia mayri (Nybelin) [= Anaethalion mayri Nybelin]; Daitingichthys tischlingeri;.
Formation:
Malm Zeta 2; Malm Zeta 3.
Country and State/Province:
southern Germany.

 

7        Arratia, G. 1987. Jurassic fishes from Chile and critical comments. IN: Volkheimer, W., & Musacchio, E. A. (eds.), Biostratigraphi‡ de los Sistemas Regionales del Jur‡sico y Cret‡cico de AmŽrica del Sur, Mendoza. Vol. 1: 257-286.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Middle (Dogger)-Callovian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Sinemurian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
lepidotids, pycnodontids, amiiforms, pachycormids, teleosts.
Genera and Species:
?Pholidophorus; Varasichthys; Bobbichthys; Protoclupea; Domeykos; Chongichthys; Antonfagastaichthys;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Chile; Argentina; Peru;.

 

8        Arratia, G. 1987. Orthogonikleithrus leichi n. gen., n.sp. (Pisces: Teleostei) from the Late Jurassic of Germany. PalŠont. Z. 61:309-320.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Elopocephala; clupeocephalan; leptolepid;.
Genera and Species:
Orthogonikleithrus leichi Arratia, 1987; Leptolepides; Ascalabos; Anaethalion; Leptolepis;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Germany.

 

9        Arratia, G. 1991. The caudal skeleton of Jurassic teleosts; a phylogenetic analysis. pp. 249-340. IN: Chang, M.-m., Liu, Y.-h., & Zhang, G.-r. (eds.), Early Vertebrates and Related Problems of Evolutionary Biology. Science Press, Beijing, China, 249-340.
Age:
Jurassic; Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
leptolepids; pholiophorids; osteoglossomorph; clupeocephalan; elopocephalan; elopomorph; Pholidophoridae; Pleuropholidae; Allothrissopidae; amiids; Leptolepidae; Chirocentridae;.
Genera and Species:
Ascalabos; Ascalabos voithii von MŸnster; Allothrissops; Allothrissops regleyi; Anaethalion; Anaethalion angustus; Anaethalion knorri; Anethalion (sic); Daitingichthys; Daitingichthys tischlingeri Arratia; Diplomystus; Domeykos; Domeykos profetaensis Arratia and Schultze; Eichstaettia; Eichstaettia mayri (Nybelin); Elops; Eurycormus speciosus; Hiodon; Leptolepides; Leptolepides sprattiformis (de Blainville);Leptolepis; Leptolepis bahianensis; Leptolepis caheni; Leptolepis coryphaenoides (Bronn); Leptolepis macrophthalmos; Leptolepis talbragarensis Woodward; Luisichthys; Luisichthys vinalensis White; Lycoptera; Lycoptera davidi (Sauvage); Orthogonikleithrus; Orthogonikleithrus leichi Arratia; Pachycormus; Pachythrissops; Pachythrissops laevis; Pachythrissops propterus (Wagner); Pholidolepis; Pholidolepis dorsetensis; Pholidophorus; Pholidophorus bechei; Pingolepis; Pingolepis polyurocentralis Chang and Chou; Pleuropholis; Pleuropholis serrata; Protoclupea; Protoclupea chilensis Arratia et ali; Salmo; Tharsis;Tharsis dubius (de Blainville); Todiltia schoewi; Varasichthys;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Europe; Asia; Middle America; South America; Australia; China; North America; Cuba; Chile; England, U.K.;.

 

10  Arratia, G. 1994. Phylogenetic and paleogeographic relationships of the varasichthyid group (Teleostei) from the Late Jurassic of Central and South America. Revista Geologica de Chile 21:119-165.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Sinemurian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian;.
Higher Taxa:
Pycnodontiformes; Halecostomi; Teleostei; Pachycormiformes; Proleptolepids; Ichthyodectiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Atacamichthys greeni; Lepidotes; Pachycormus; Pholidophorus domeykanus; Antofagastaichthys mandibularis; Bobbichthys operculus; Chongichthys dentatus; Domeykos profetaensis; Protoclupea atacamensis Arratia and Schultze; Protoclupea chilensis Arratia, Chang, and Chong; Protoclupea; Varasichthys ariasi Arratia; Thrissops; Luisichthys vinalensis White {+=+ CUBA, Jurassic}; Allothrissops salmoneous (Blainville); Allothrissops sp.; Anaethalion angustus (MŸnster); Anaethalion anghustissimus (MŸnster); Anaethalion knorri (Blainville); Anaethalion cf. Anaethalion subovatus (MŸnster); Ascalabos voithii MŸnster; Leptolepis coryphaenoides (Bronn); 'Leptolepis' albragarensis Woodward {+=+ Australia, Mid. Jurassic}; Leptolepides sprattiformis; Lycoptera davidi (Sauvage) {+=+ China, ?late Jurassic}; Lycoptera middendorffi MŸller {+=+ Mongolia, ?late Jurassic}; Orthogonikleithrus leichi Arratia; Tharsis dubius (Blainville);.
Formation:
Quebrada del Profeta, Cordilera de Domeyko; Pinar del R’o, Cuba; Solnhofen, Germany;.
Country and State/Province:
Chile; Cuba; Bavaria, Germany; China; Mongolia; Australia;.

 

11  Arratia, G. 1995. Importance of specific fossils in Teleostean phylogeny. Geobios, M.S. 19:173-176.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias);.
Higher Taxa:
Osteoglossomorpha; Elopomorpha; Clupeomorpha; varasichthyid;.
Genera and Species:
 Leptolepis coryphaenoides;  Ascalabos;  Orthogonikleithrus;  Leptolepides; Pholidophorus; Pholidolepis; Proleptolepis; Leptolepis talbragarensis; Tharsis; Varasichthys; Luisichthys; Protoclupea; Domeykos; Lycoptera; Erichalcis; Diplomystus; Allothrissops;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

12  Arratia, G. 1995. Temporal sequence and morphological variation in Jurassic fishes of southern Germany, p. 15-18. IN: II International symposium on Lithographic limestones. Vol. Extended Abstracts. Ediciones de la Universidad Aut—noma de Madrid, Lleida-Cuenca (Spain) 9th-16th July 1995.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
fishes.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
southern Germany.

 

13  Arratia, G. 1996. The Jurassic and the early history of teleosts. pp. 243-259. 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.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic, Jurassic, Jurassic-Jurassic Middle, Jurassic-Jurassic Late, Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian, Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian, Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early,.
Higher Taxa:
Teleostei sensu Patterson, 1973; Pachycormiformes; Aspidorhynchiformes; Pholidophoridiformes; Salmoniformes; Osteoglossiformes; Elopiformes; Ichthyodectiformes; Pholidophoridae; Aspidorhynchidae; Pachycormidae;.
Genera and Species:
Allothrissops Nybelin; Anaethalion White; Antofagastaichtyhys Arratia; Ascalabos MŸnster; Bobbichthys Arratia; Changichthys Su; Chetungichthys Chang & Chou; Chongichthys Arratia; Chuhsiungichthys Lew; Daitingichthys Arratia; Domeykos Arratia & Schultze; Eichstaettia Arratia; Fuchunkiangia Chang & Chou; Huashia Chang & Chou; Jinanichthys Liu; Kuntulunia Liu et ali; Kuyangichthys Liu et ali; Leptolepides Nybelin; Leptolepis Agassiz; Leptolepis woodwardi Nybelin; Leptolepis coryphaenoides; Leptolepis macrophthalmos Egerton; Leptolepis talbragarensis Woodward; Longdeichthys Liu; Luisichthys White; Luisiella Bocchino; Lycoptera MŸller; Mesoclupeaö Ping & Yen; Naiathaelon Poyato-Ariza & Wenz; Neolycoptera Dolgopol; Nieerkunia; Occithrissops Schaeffer & Patterson; Orthogonikleithrus Arratia; Pachythrissops Woodward; Paraclupea Du; Paralycoptera Chang & Chou; Pingolepis Chang & Chou; Proleptolepis Nybelin; Protoclupea Arratia et ali; Suziichthys Su; Tanolepis Jin; "Tharrhias' feruglioi (Bordas); Tharsis Nybelin; Thrissops Agassiz; Todiltia Schaeffer & Patterson; Tonghuaischthys Ma & Sun; Tongxinichthys Ma; Varasichthys; Yungkangichthys Chang & Chou;.
Formation:
Sundance Fm., Wanakah; Pinar del Rio, Cuba; Solnhofen, EichstŠtt, Kelheim, Zandt, Germany; El Profeta, Cordillera de Domeyko, Chile;.
Country and State/Province:
Algeria; Arabia; Argentina; Australia; Canada; China; Chile; Cuba; France; Germany; Italy; India, Morocco; Madagascar; Mexico; Siberia, Russia; Tunisia; United Kingdom; USA: Western United States;.

 

14  Arratia, G. 1996. Reassessment of the phylogenetic relationships of certain Jurassic teleosts and their implications on teleostean phylogeny. pp. 219-242. 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.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Leptolepidae; aspidorhynchids; pholidophorids;.
Genera and Species:
 Allothrissops;  Allothrissops mesogaster (Agassiz);  Allothrissops salmoneus (Blainville, 1818);  Anaethalion Nybelin, 1967;  Anaethalion angustus (MŸnster, 1832);  Anaethalion angustissimus (MŸnster, 1842);  Anaethalion knorri (Blainville);  Anaethalion subovatus (MŸnster);  Ascalabos Nybelin, 1974;  Ascalabos voithii (MŸnster);  Caturus angustus MŸnster, 1832;  Caturus angustissimus MŸnster, 1842;  Daitingichthys tischlingeri Arratia;  Domeykos;  Domeykos profetaensis Arratia & Schultze;  Erichalcis;  Leptolepides;  Leptolepides sprattiformis (Blainville, 1818);  Leptolepis;  Leptolepis corphaenoides (Bronn, 1830);  Leptolepis dubia (Blainville, 1818);  Leptolepis dubius (Blainville, 1818);  Leptolepis jaegeri Agassiz, 1832;  Leptolepis longus Agassiz, 1832;  Leptolepis sprattiformis (Blainville, 1818);  Leptolepis talbragarensis Woodward;  Luisichthys;  Luisichthys vinalesensis (White);  Lycoptera MŸller, 1848;  Lycoptera davidi (Sauvage);  Lycoptera macrorhynchus (Eichwald, 1846);  Lycoptera middendorffi (MŸller);  Orthogonikleithrus;  Orthogonikleithrus leichi Arratia;  Pachythrissops Woodward, 1919;  Pholidolepis;  Pholidophorus;  Pholidophorus macrorhynchus Eichwald, 1846;  Proleptolepis;  Protoclupea;  Protoclupea chilensis Arratia et ali;  Protoclupea atacamensis Arratia & Schultze;  Tharsis;  Tharsis dubius (Blainville, 1818);  Thrissops Agassiz, 1833-1844;  Thrissops formosus Agassiz, 1833-1844;  Varasichthys;  Varasichthys ariasi Arratia;.
Formation:
Pinar del R’o; Solnhofen; Kelheim; Nusplingen; EichstŠtt; Quebrada del Profeta;.
Country and State/Province:
Central America; South America; Cuba; Europe; Asia; Australia; Germany; Siberia;.

 

15  Arratia, G. 1997. Basal teleosts and teleostean phylogeny. Palaeo Ichthyologica 7:5-168.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Middle; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late(Malm)-Tithonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Suborder Allothrissopoidei; Allothrissopidae; Chongichthyidae Arratia; Elopomorpha; Elopiformes; Ichthyodectiformes (sensu Patterson & Rosen, 1977); Leptolepidae Nybelin, 1974; Orthogonikleithridae Arratia, 1997; Oligopleuridae; Pholidophoridae; Proleptolepids indet.; Protolepids undet.; Varasichthyidae Arratia;.
Genera and Species:
Allothrissops mesogaster (Agassiz); Anaethalion White; Anaethalion angustissimus (von MŸnster); Anaethalion angustus (von MŸnster); Anaethalion knorri (Blainville); Anaethalion subovatus (von MŸnster); Antofagastaichthys mandibularis; Ascalabos von MŸnster; Ascalabos voithii von MŸnster; Aspidorhynchus; Belonostomus; Bobbichthys Arratia; Bobbichthys opercularis Arratia, Chang & Chong; Cavenderichthys Arratia, 1997; Cavenderichthys talbragarensis (Woodward); Chongichthys Arratia; Chongichthys dentatus Arratia; Clupavus maroccanus Arambourgh [sic Arratia, 1997, p. 14]; Daitingichthys Arratia; Daitingichthys tischlingeri Arratia; Diplomystus; Diplomystus dentatus Cope; Domeykos Arratia & Schultze; Domeykos profetaensis Arratia & Schultze; Eichstaettia; Eichstaettia mayri (Nybelin); Elops Linneaus; Erichalcis; Erichalcis arcata Forey; Eurycormus speciosus Wagner; Euthynotus incognitus Blainville; Gordichthys; Humbertia; Leptolepis coryphaenoides (Bronn); Leptolepis jaegeri Agassiz; Leptolepis nathorsti Woodward; Leptolepis talbragarensis; Leptolepides (Blainville); Leptolepides haerteisi Arratia, 1997; Leptolepides sprattiformis (Blainville); Luisichthys White; Luisichthys vinalesensis White; Lycoptera davidi (Sauvage); Lycoptera sinensis; Lycoptera tokungai Gaudant; Macrorhipis (=Ionoscopus); Ornategulum; Orthogonikleithrus Arratia, 1987c; Orthogonikleithrus hoelli Arratia, 1997, p. 80; Orthogonikleithrus leichi Arratia, 1987c; Pachycormus; Pachythrissops Woodward; Pachythrissops furcatus (Eastman); Pachythrissops laevis Woodward; Pachythrissops propterus (Wagner); Pachythrissops vectensis Woodward; Pattersonella; Pholidophorus bechei Agassiz; Pholidophorus hartmani Egerton; Pholidophorus macrocephalus Agassiz; Pholidophorus micronyx Agassiz; Protoclupea Arratia, Chang & Chong; Protoclupea atacamensis Arratia & Schultze; Protoclupea chilensis Arratia, Chang & Chong; Santanaclupea; Spratticeps; Tharsis; Tharsis dubius (Blainville); Thrissops cephalus Agassiz; Thrissops formosus; Thrissops regleyi Thiollire; Thrissops subovatus von MŸnster; Tischlingerichthys Arratia, 1997; Tischlingerichthys viohli Arratia, 1997, p. 90; Urocles; Varasichthys Arratia; Varasichthys ariasi Arratia;.
Formation:
Cordilleria de Domekyo; Quebrada del Profeta; Solnhofen; Talbragar, New South Wales, Australia;.
Country and State/Province:
Australia; Germany; South America; Middle America; Europe; United Kingdom; France; Germany, Southern Bavaria; Cuba; Chile; Siberia; China;.

 

16  Arratia, G. 1998. Basal teleosts and teleostean phylogeny: response to C. Patterson. Copeia 1998:1109-1113.
Age:
Jurassic; Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
pachycormiforms, aspidorhynchiforms, pholidophorids, Osteoglossomorpha, elopomorph; clupeomorph; Allothrissopoidei; Ichyoidectidae; Saurodontidae; Ichthyodectoidei; Ichthyodectiformes; Osteoglossoidei; Osteoglossiformes; Notopteroidea; Lycopteridae; Hiodontidae; Hiodontoidea; Notopteroidei; Elopocephala; Elopomorpha; Elopidae; Megalopidae; Anguillomorpha; Clupeoidei; Denticepitoidei; Diplomystidae; Clupeiformes; Clupeomorpha; Clupeocephalia;.
Genera and Species:
Leptolepis coryphaenoides; Tharsis; Leptolepides; Ornategulum; "Leptolepis" macrophthalmos; "Leptolepis" talbragarensis; Pachythrissops; Ascalabos; Anaethalion; "Anaethalion" vidali; Leptolepides sprattiformes; Pholidophorus bechei; Pholiolepis dorsetensis; Proleptolepis spp.; Tharsis dubius; Varasichthys; Protoclupea; Luisichthys; Domeykos; Ascalobos; Cavenderichthys; Lycoptera; Humbertia; Orthogonikleithrus hoelli; Orthogonikleithrus leichi; Leptolepides haerteisi; Erichalcis; Diplomystus; Santanaclupea; Tischlingerichthys; Gordichthys; Thrissops; Allothrissops;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

17  Arratia, G. 2000. New teleostean fishes from the Jurassic of southern Germany and the systematic problems concerning the 'pholidophoriforms'. PalŠontologische Zeitschrift 74:113-143.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Siemensichthys macrocephalus (Agassiz, 1833-1844, p, 274), [=Pholidophorus macrocephalus Agassiz, 1833-1844, p, 274], Siemensichthys siemensi Arratia, 2000, p. 126, Pholidophorus bechei, Pholidophorus latiusculus, Eurycormus speciosus, Ichthyokentema purbeckensis, Ankylophorus similis,.
Formation:
Schamhaupten.
Country and State/Province:
Germany.

 

18  Arratia, G. 2000. Phylogenetic relationships of Teleostei, past and present. Estudios Oceanologicos 19:19-51.
Age:
Mesozoic; Jurassic; Triassic; Cretaceous.
Higher Taxa:
Hybodontes; dictaea; Pycnodonten; Lepidoides; Osteoglossomorpha; Clupeomorpha; Elopomorpha; Ostariophysi; Salmoniformes; Myctophiformes; Paracanthopterygii; Acanthopterygii.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

19  Arratia, G. 2000. Remarkable teleostean fishes from the Late Jurassic of southern Germany and their phylogenetic relationships. Mitt. Mus. Nat. kd. Berl., Geowis, Reihe 3:137-179.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian, Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian.
Higher Taxa:
? Allothrissopidae, Allothrissopidae Patterson & Rosen, 1977, Elopiformes Greenwood et ali, 1966; Elopidae, Bonaparte, 1846; Pholidophoriformes, Siemensichthys, Pleuropholidae, Ichthyodectiformes Bardack & Sprinkle, 1969; Elopiformes Greenwood et ali, 1969; Salmoniformes, Ostariophysii; Teleostei sensu Arratia, 1999;.
Genera and Species:
Ascalabothrissops Arratia, 2000, p. 139; Ascalabothrissops voelki Arratia, 2000, p. 140, Allothrissops sp.; Anaethalion White, 1938; Anaethalion zapporum Arratia, 2000, p. 151, [= Anaethalion zappi Arratia, 2000, p. 171, Table 4]; Elopsomolos Arratia, 2000, p. 156; Elopsomolos frickhingeri Arratia, 2000, p. 156, Siemensichthys, Eurycormus, Pholidophorus, Pholidophoristion, Pleuropholis, Tharsis, Leptolepides, Ascalabos, Allothrissops, Pachythrissops, Thrissops, Eichstaettia Arratia, 1987a, Orthogonikleithrus, Daitingichthys Arratia, 1987a, Tischlingerichthys, Siemensichthys siemensi, Anaethalion angustus (von MŸnster, 1842), Anaethalion White, 1838, Anaethalion angustissimus, Anaethalion offinis, Anaethalion cirinensis, Anaethalion knorri, Anaethalion cf. A. subovatus, Eoprotelops vireti, Leptolepides sprattiformis, Eoprotelops Saint-Seine, 1949, Naiathaelon Poyato-Ariza & Wenz, 1993, Arratiaelops, Tsaverne, 1999, Davichthys Forey, 1973, Elopoides Wenz, 1965, Flindersichthys Longman, 1932, Ichthyemidion Poyato-Ariza, 1995, Sedenhorstia White & Moy-Thomas, 1940,.
Formation:
Schamhaupten, Malm, Solnhofen LImestone,.
Country and State/Province:
Germany.

 

20  Arratia, G. 2001. The sister-group of Teleostei: consensus and disagreements. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 21:767-773.
Age:
Triassic, Jurassic, Cretaceous.
Higher Taxa:
Teleostei; Ganoidei; Holostei; Chondrostei; Pholidophoriformes;  Pholidophoridae;  Pachycormiformes;  Aspidorhynchiformes;  Pholidophoridae; Amiiformes;  Pycnodontiformes; Lepisosteiformes;  Aspidorhynchiformes;  Pachycormiformes;  Ichthyodectiformes;  Varasichthyidae; Amiiformes; Lepisosteiformes;  Parasemionotiformes; Amiidae;.
Genera and Species:
 Pholidophorus bechei; Pholidophorus latiusculus;  Watsonulus;  Dapedium; Amia; Lepisosteus;  Leptolepis;.
Formation:
IGCP 406.
Country and State/Province
.

 

21  Arratia, G. 2001. Systematic problems concerning "Pholidophoriform" fishes. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Abstracts of Papers. 61st Annual Meeting Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. Museum of the Rockies Montana State University Bozeman, Montana October 3-6, 2001. 21:29A.
Age:
Triassic; Jurassic; Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Pholidophoriformes; Pholidophoridae; Ichthyokentemidae; Archaeomaenidae; Pleuropholidae; Oligopleuridae; Majokiidae; Ligullelidae; Galkiniidae; Teleostei;.
Genera and Species:
Pholidophorus;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Europe.

 

22  Arratia, G. 2003. Leptolepis, Paraleptolepis (Teleostei) and a New Fish Name. Mitt. Mus. Nat. kd. Geowiss. Reihe 6:157-159.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Toarcian;.
Higher Taxa:
Leptolepidae.
Genera and Species:
Ascalabos; Paraleptolepis wiedenrothi Arratia & Thies, 2001; Leptolepides; Leptolepis bronni Agassiz, 1832; Longileptolepis Arratia, 2003; Longileptolepis wiedenrothi (Arratia & Thies, 2001); Tharsis;.
Formation:
Posidonia Shale.
Country and State/Province:
Germany; England, U.K.; France;.

 

23  Arratia, G. 2004. The earliest teleosts with special reference to Triassic and Jurassic "Pholidophoriforms', p. 11. IN: ABSTRACTS For Talks and Posters, 1Oth International Symposium on Early Vertebrates/Lower Vertebrates. Richter, M., & Smith, M. M. (eds.). Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Gramado, Brazil.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Archaeomaenidae, Galkiniidae, Ichthyokentemidae, Ligullelidae, Majokiidae, Oligopleuridae, Pholidophoridae, Pleuropholidae, Teleostei; Pholidophoriformes; Halecomorphi;.
Genera and Species:
Leptolepis coryphaenoides.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

24  Arratia, G. 2004. Mesozoic halecostomes and the early radiation of teleosts. pp. 279-315. IN: Arratia, G., & Tintori, A. (eds.), Mesozoic Fishes 3 Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Early; Triassic-Triassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian;.
Higher Taxa:
 Aeduellidae; Amiidae; Amiiformes; Amioidea;  Anaethalionidae;  Archaeomenidae;  Aspidorhynchoidea;  Aspidorhynchidae;  Aspidorhynchiformes; Brebodontidae;  Catervariolidae;  Caturidae;  Caturoidea; cheirolepiforms; Clupeiformes; Clupeocephala;  Coccodontidae;  Dapediidae; Elopomorpha;  Furidae; Gibbodontidae; Ginglymodi;  Gyrodontidae;  Gyrodontoidei; Hadrodontidae; Haleocomorphi; Haleocostomi; Holostei; ichthyodectiform;  Ichthyokentemidae; Ionoscopidae;  Ionoscopiformes; Lepisosteidae; leptolepids; Lepisosteiformes;  Leptolepidae;  Leptolepioidei;  Liodesmidae;  Macrosemiidae;  ?Majokiidae; Mesturidae; Neopterygii; Nursalliidae;  Oligopleuridae;  Ophiopsidae Bartram, 1975; Oshuniidae; Osteoglossomorpha;  Pachycormidae;  Pachycormiformes; Paleobalistidae;  Paracentrophoridae;  Parasemionotidae;  Parasemionotiformes; perleidiforms;  Pholidophoridae;  Pholidophoroidea;  Pholidophoriformes; Platysomoidei;  Pleuropholidae;  Promecosominidae;  Protolopidae;  Pycnodontidae;  Pycnodontiformes;  Pycnodontoidea;  Pycnodontoidei; saurichthyiforms;  Semionotidae;  Semionotidea;  Semionotiformes;  Sinamiidae; Teleostei; Teleosteomorpha; Trewavasiidae;.
Genera and Species:
Aethalionopsis; Aetheolepis; Allolepidotus; Allothrissops; Amblysemius; Amia;  Anaethalion; Ankylophorus; Aphanepygus; Aphnelepis; Archaeomene; Ascalabos; Ascalabothrissops; Aspidorhynchus; Asthenocormus;  Atacamichthys; Austropleuropholis; Baleiichthys; Belonostomus; Bobasatrania; Bobbichthys; Bogdaichthys; Brachyichthys; Broughia; Callopterus; Catervariolus; Caturus; Caturus pachyurus; Cavenderichthys; ?Ceramurus; Chongichthys; Daitingichthys; Dandya;  Dapedium;  Daitingichthys; Domeykos; Dsungarichthys;  Eichstaettia;  Elopsomolos; Eoeugnathus; Eopholidophorus; Eoprotelops; Eurycormus; Euthynotus; Furo; Galkinia; Gyrodus; Hengnamia; Heterolepidotus; Heterostrophus; Hungarichthys; Hypsocormus; Icthyokentema; Ionoscopus; Jacobulus; Jiangilichthys; Leedsichthys; Lemanophorus; Lepidotes; Lepisosteus; Leptolepis; Leptolepides; Ligulella; Liodesmus; Lombardina; Longilepis; Lophiostomus; Luisichthys; Luisiella; Macrepistius; Madariscus; Majokia; Manasichthys; Naiathaelon; Neobaleichthys; Neopachycormus; Neorhombolepis; Occithrissops; Ohmdenia; Ophiopsis; Oreochima; Orthocormus; Orthogonikleithrus; Oshunia; Oshunia brevis (Grande & Bemis, 1998); Ospia; Pachycormus; Pachythrissops; Paraclupavus; Paraleptolepis; Parapleuropholis; Parasemionotus; Pholidoctenus; Pholidolepis; Pholidophoristion; Pholidophoroides; Pholidophoropsis; Pholidophorus;  Pholidophorus bechei;  Pholidophorus higginsi; Pholidophorus latiusculus; Pholidorhynchodon; Pleuropholis; Prohalecites; Proleptolepis; Prosauropsis; Protoclupea; Protosphyraena; Pseudoasthenocormus; Sauropsis; Saurostomus; Siemensichthys; Signeauxella;  Sinoeugnathus; Stensioenotus; Tetragonolepis; Thomasinotus; Tharrhias; Tharsis; Thrissops; Thrissops micropodus; Tischlingerichthys; Todiltia; Varasichthys; Vinctifer; Vinctifer comptoni; Watsonulus;.
Formation:
Cordillera de Domeyko; Crato Fm.; Daiting; El Profeta Fm.; Las Hoyas; Niobrara Fm.; Pfalzpaint; Santana Fm.; Schamhaupten; Solnhofen Limestone; Tlayœa Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Antarctica; Argentina; Australia; Bolivia; Brazil; Chile; China; Congo-Zaire; Cuba; France; Germany; Greenland; Italy; Japan; Lebanon; Madagascar; Spain; Switzerland; USA: Colorado;.

 

25  Arratia, G. 2005. The so-called earliest teleosts, with special reference to Triassic and Jurassic "Pholidophoriforms". pp. 27-28. IN: Poyato-Ariza, F. J. (ed.). Extended Abstracts. Fourth International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics, Homology, and Nomenclature. Ediciones Universidad Aut—noma de Madrid, Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain August 8th-14th, 2005. 310 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Triassic-Triassic Mid-Early; Jurassic-Jurassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Archaeomaenidae; Galkiniidae; Ichthyokentemidae; Ligullelidae; Majokiidae; Oligopleuridae; Pholidophoriformes; Pholidophoridae; Pleuropholidae; Teleostei;.
Genera and Species:
Leptolepis corypahenoides; Pholidophorus latiusculus; Siemensichthys;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

26  Arratia, G. IN PRESS. Phylogenetic relationships of Teleostei. Past and present. Estudios Oceanol—gicos, (Facultad de Recursos del Mar Universidad de Antofagasta, Antofagasta, Chile):44 manuscript pages.
Age:
Jurassic; Cretaceous.
Higher Taxa:
Elopomorpha; Osteoglossomorpha; Clupeocephala; Teleostei; Amiiformes; Lepisosteiformes;  Dapedium;  Pycnodontiformes;  Pachycormiformes;  Aspidorhynchiformes;  Leptolepidae;  Pholidophoridae; Elopidae;  Oligopleuridae;  Pachycormidae;  Aspidorhynchidae; pycnodontiforms;  Parasemionotiformes;  Ionoscopiformes; Amiiformes;  Macrosemiidae;  Parasemionotidae;  Caturidae;.
Genera and Species:
 Anaethalion;  Elops-like;  Tischlingerichthys;  Leptolepides;  Orthogonikleithrus;  Ichthyokentema;  Pholidophorus bechei;  Leptolepis coryphaenoides;  Daitingichthys; Amia;  Dapedium;  Tharsis dubius; Lepisosteus;.
Formation:
Santana Fm; Solnhofen Limestone.
Country and State/Province:
northern Chile (Upper Jurassic); Germany (Solnhofen Limestone); Brazil (Santana Fm.); Spain (Early Cretaceous Las Hoyas locality);.

 

27  Arratia, G., & A. Cione. 1996. The record of fossil fishes of Southern South America. pp. 9-72. IN: Arratia, G. (ed.) Contributions of Southern South America to Vertebrate Paleontology. MŸnchner Geowissenschaftliche Abhandlungen, Reihe A, Geologie und PalŠontologie. Vol. 30. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Germany.
Age:
Triassic, Jurassic, Cretaceous.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Bobbichthys, Domeykos, Protoclupea, Varasichthys, Lusichthys.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
South America, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Cuba.

 

28  Arratia, G., J. Kriwet, & W.-D. Heinrich. 2002. Selachians and actinopterygians from the Upper Jurassic of Tendaguru, Tanzania. Mitt. Mus. Nat. kd. Berl., Geowiss. 8:207-230.
Age:
Jurassic- Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian.
Higher Taxa:
Hybodontidae; Lonchidiidae; Synechodontiformes Duffin & Ward, 1993; Orthacodontidae Glikman, 1957; Rajiformes Berg, 1940; Actinopterygii Cope, 1887; Semionotiformes; Semionotidae Woodward, 1890; Teleosteomorpha Arratia, 2001;.
Genera and Species:
Hybodus; Lonchidion; Engaibatis schultzei Arratia, Kriwet, and Heinrich, 2002; Sphenodus; Lepidotus minor; Lepidotus tendaguruensis Arratia and Schultze, 1999; {note; a synopsis of all known Jurassic African fishes is also given pp. 209-213}.
Formation:
Tendagurus Beds.
Country and State/Province:
Tanzania, East Africa.

 

29  Arratia, G., & P. Lambers. 1996. The caudal skeleton of pachycormiforms: Parallel evolution? pp. 191-218. 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.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias); Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Pachycormiformes; aspidorhynchiforms;.
Genera and Species:
Aspidorhynchus; Dapedium; Eurycormus speciosus; Euthynotus; Euthynotus incognitus; Hulettia; Hypsocormus; Hypsocormus insignis; Leptolepis coryphaenoides; Pachycormus; Pachycormus curtus; Pholidophorus bechei; Prohalecites; Protosphyraena; Protosphyraena pernicosa; Protosphyraena tenius; Tetragonolepis; Vinctifer;.
Formation:
Holzmaden; Solnhofen; Niobrara Fm.
Country and State/Province:
USA: Kansas; Germany;.

 

30  Arratia, G., & A. Lopez-Arbarello. 2001. Morphology and relationships of "Tharrias" feruglioi from the Jurassic of Argentina. p. 5. IN: Tintori, A. (ed.). III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. UNIMI, Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Middle (Dogger)-Callovian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
chondrostean; Teleostei incertae sedis;.
Genera and Species:
Coccolepis groeberi (Bordas, 1942); Luisiella inexcutata Bocchino, 1977; "Tharrhias" feruglioli (Bordas, 1942); Tharrhias araripis; Tharrhias shamani; Leptolepis (sensu Nybelin); Leptolepis leanzai; Cavenderrichthys talbragarensis;.
Formation:
Ca–adon Asfalto Fm.; Cerro C—ndor;.
Country and State/Province:
Argentina; Chile; Cuba; Australia; Brazil.

 

31  Arratia, G., R. A. Scasso, & W. Kiessling. 2004. Late Jurassic fishes from Longing Gap, Antarctic Peninsula. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 24:41-55.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Mam)-Tithonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
 Acrolepidae; Actinopterygii Cope, 1887;  Allothrissopidae Patterson & Rosen, 1977;  Allothrissopoidei Patterson & Rosen, 1977;  Aspidorhynchidae Nicholson & Lydekker, 1889;  Ichthyodectiformes (Bardack & Sprinkle, 1969);  Ophiopsidae;  Ptycholepidae; Teleostei MŸller, 1844; Teleosteomorpha sensu Arratia, 2001; Varasichthyidae;.
Genera and Species:
Acrolepis; Allothrissops; Allothrissops mesogaster;  Ameghinichthys Arratia, Scasso, & Kiessling, 2004;  Ameghinichthys antarticus Arratia, Scasso, & Kiessling, 2004;  Antarctithrissops Arratia, Scasso, & Kiessling, 2004; Antarctithrissops australis Arratia, Scasso, & Kiessling, 2004; Ascalabothrissops; Ascalabothrissops voelkli; Aspidorhynchus; Aspidorhynchus acutirostris; Atacamichthys; Belonostomus muensteri; Boreosomus gillioti; Cavenderichthys; Coccolepis; Furo microlepidotus; Hybodus; Lepidotes; Leptolepis; Luisichthys; Neoceratodus; Occithrissops; Oreochima ellioti; Pachythrissops; Pachythrissops propterus; Protoclupea; Ptycholepis marshi; Thrissops; Thrissops formosus; Thrissops salmoneus; Thrissops subovatus; Varasichthys;  Vinctifer; Vinctifer comptoni;.
Formation:
Ameghino Fm.; Miss‹o Velhe Fm.; Santana Fm.; Solnhofen Fm.; Sundance Fm., Wyo.;.
Country and State/Province:
Antarctica; Argentina; Australia; Brazil; Chile; Cuba; Germany; Madagascar; Mexico; USA: California; Connecticutt; Massachusetts; New Jersey; Texas; Virginia;.

 

32  Arratia, G., & H.-P. Schultze. 1985. Late Jurassic teletosts (Actinopterygii, Pisces) from northern Chile and Cuba. Palaeontolographica A 189:29-61.
Age:
Jurassic.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Chile; Cuba;.

 

33  Arratia, G., & H.-P. Schultze. 1987. A new halecostome fish (Actinopterygii, Osteichthyes) from the Late Jurassic of Chile and its relationships. IN: Martin, J. E., & Ostrander, G. E. (eds.), Papers in Vertebrate Paleontology in honor of Morton Green. Dakoterra. Vol. 3, 1-13.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late.
Higher Taxa:
Actinopterygii Klein, 1885; Neopterygii Regan, 1923;.
Genera and Species:
Atacamichthys greeni; Varasichthys;.
Formation:
Cordillera de Comeyko.
Country and State/Province:
Chile.

 

34  Arratia, G., & H.-P. Schultze. 1999. Mesozoic fishes from Chile. pp. 565-593. IN: Arratia, G., & Schultze, Hans-Peter (ed.) Mesozoic Fishes 2: Systematics and the Fossil Record. Proceedings of the International Meeting Buckow, 1997. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 604 pp.
Age:
Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Sinemurian; Jurassic-Jurassic Middle (Dogger)-Callovian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian.
Higher Taxa:
Actinistia; Actinopterygii; Aspidorhynchidae; Aspidorhynchiformes; Chongichthyidae; Dasyatidae; gonorynchiform; Halecostomi; holocephalian; Mawsoniidae; Pachycormiformes; pachyrhizodontoids; Perleidiform; Pristidae; Proleptolepid; Pycnodontiformes; Sarcopterygii; Semionotiformes; Varasichthyidae;.
Genera and Species:
Anaethalion; Archaeolmana kopingensis (Davis, 1890) =(Lamna arcuata); Ascalabos; Aspidorhynchus; Atacamichthys greeni Arratia and Schultze, 1987; Belonostomus; Bobbichthys opercularis (Arratia et ali, 1975); Callorhynchus?; Carcharias (Scapanorhunchus) subulata (Agassiz, 1843); Chongichthys dentatus Arratia, 1982; Coelacanthus cf. C. granulatus; Cretolamna (Lamna) appendiculata Agassiz, 1843; ?Cretoxyrhina mantelli (Isurus triangularis); Diplurus; Domeykos; Domeykos profetaensis Arratia & Schultze, 1985; Eurycormus; Gyrodus; Gyrolepidoides cuyanus; Leedesichthys; Leedsichthys; Lepidotes; Leptolepis coryphaenoides; Luisichthys; Notidanodon (Hexanchus) dentatus (Woodward, 1886); Pachycormus; Paramicrodon; Paramicrodon chilensis (Biese, 1958); Paramicrodon volcanensis Schultze, 1981; Pholidophorus bechei; ?Pholidophorus domeykanus Arratia et ali, 1975; Proleptolepis; Protoclupea; Protoclupea atacamensis Arratia & Schultze, 1985; Protoclupea chilensis Arratia et ali, 1975; Rhacolepis buccalis; Saurichthys; Scymnorhinus (=Scymnus); Synechodus nitidus Woodward, 1911; Tharsis; Varasichthys; Varasichthys ariasi Arratia, 1981; Vinctifer; ?Xiphactinus (Portheus?);.
Formation:
Quebrada San Pedrito; Quebrada del Profeta; Quebrada La Carreta; Quebrada Sand—n; Quebrada de Vizcachas; Quebrada de Viscacha; Quebrada Vaquillas Altas; Cerritos Bayos; Caj—n de Vega; Caj—n de Vega Chica; Caj—n del Fierro; Cerro El Le—n; Cerro Islote; Punta del Cobre; Volc‡n region; Termas del Flaco; Quebrada San Pedro; Santana Fm.; Lyme Regis; Vitacua Fm.; Lomas Negras; Tierra Amarilla; Quebrada MelŽndez; Algarrobo; Quiriquina Island;.
Country and State/Province:
Chile; Europe; Cuba; Mexico; Bolivia; Argentina; Brazil; United Kingdom; Deutschland: Bavaria;.

 

35  Arratia, G., & D. Thies. 2001. A new teleost (Osteichthyes, Actinopterygii) from the Early Jurassic Posidonia shale of Northern Germany. Mitt. Mus. Nat. kd. Berl., Geowiss. 4:167-187.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Toarcian;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinopterygii; saurichthyiform; Leptolepididae; Ichthyodectiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Paraleptolepis wiedenrothi Arratia and Thies, 2001, p. 169; Leptolepis coryphaenoides; Leptolepis normandica; Proleptolepis furcata; Acidorhynchus Stensiš, 1925; Dapediums Leach, 1822; Tetragonolepis Bronn, 1830; Pholidophorus Agassiz, 1832;  Hysocormus;  Pachycormus;  Ascalabos;  Domeykos;  Varasichthys;  Tharsis;  Leptolepis;  Pholidophorus latiusculus;  Pholidophorus bechei; Amia; Leptolepides; Proleptolepis; Cavenderichthys;.
Formation:
Posidonia shale;.
Country and State/Province:
Germany; Chile; France; England, United Kingdom;.

 

36  Averianov, A. O. 1992. New Jurassic chimaeroids of Russia. Paleontological Journal 26:76-82.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Upper; Jurassic-Jurassic Middle; Jurassic-Jurassic Upper, Middle Volgian; Jurassic-Jurassic Middle/Upper, Callovian-Oxfordian; Jurassic-Jurassic Middle/Upper, Bathonian-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
chimaeroids; Myriacanthidae (sic Averianov, 1992, p. 76); Edaphodontidae; Callorhynchidae Garman, 1901; Squalorajidae; sharks, Heterodontidae.
Genera and Species:
Aletodus Jaekel, 1901; Aletodus ferrugineus Reiss, 1887; Brachymylus Woodward, 1892; Brachymylus altidens Woodward, 1892; Brachymylus bogolubovi Averianov, 1992, p. 79; Callorhynchus rossicus Voronets, 1952; Ganodus Agassiz; Ganodus colei (Agassiz, 1843); Ganodus aalensis (Quenstedt, 1852)= {Ischyodus bifurcati Quenstedt, 1883}; Ganodus personati (Quenstedt, 1852); Ischyodus egertoni Buckland; Ischyodus obruchevi Averianov, 1992, p. 80; Palaeoxyris taurica Chabakov, 1949;.
Formation:
Portlandian; Krasnoyarsk;.
Country and State/Province:
Russia; Crimea; U.K., England;.

 

37  Baez, A. M., C. Marsicano, & A. L. Cione. 1993. Capitulo II-13. Vertebrados Mesozoicos. pp. 341-348. IN: Ramos, V. A. (ed.) XII Congreso Geologico Argentino y 11 Congreso de Exploraci—n de Hidrocarburos (Mendoza, 1993): Geolog’a y Recursos Naturales de Mendoza, Relatorio
Age:
Triassic; Jurassic; Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinopterygii; Perleidae;.
Genera and Species:
Anatoia debilis Rusconi, 1946; Anatoia semiovata Rusconi, 1946; Caminchaia draghii Rusconi, 1946; Cenechoia paramillense Rusconi, 1946; Cenechoia sulcata Rusconi, 1947; Ceratodus sp. Wichman, 1927; ?Challaia magna Rusconi, 1949; Challaia multidentata Rusconi, 1949; Challaia striata Rusconi, 1952; ?Cleithrolepis cuyana Bordas, 1944; Echentaia obesa Rusconi, 1946; Eurynotus uspallatensis Rusconi, 1946; Guaymalolenia paramillensis Rusconi, 1946; Gyrolepidoides cuyanus Cabrera, 1944; ?Gyrolepidoides multiestriatus Rusconi, 1948; Mendocinichthys (=Mendocinia) brevis Bordas, 1944; Neochallaia leonensis Rusconi, 1946; Neochallaia minor (Rusconi, 1952); Notodectes argentinus Dolgopol de S‡ez, 1949; ?Pholidophorus dentatus Rusconi, 1946; ?Pholidophorus vallejensis Rusconi, 1947; ?Platysomus cajonensis Rusconi, 1948; ?Platysomus pehuenchensis Rusconi, 1946; Psamabaya tellecheai Rusconi, 1946; Pseudobeaconia bracaccini Bordas, 1944, Pseudobeaconia elegans Bordas, 1944; ?Rhadinichthys tellecheai Rusconi, 1948;.
Formation:
Las Cabras, Potrerillos, Cacheuta, Vaca Muerta, Loncoche.
Country and State/Province:
Argentina.

 

38  Barthel, K. W. 1970. On the deposition of the Solnhofen lithographic limestone (Lower Tithonian, Bavaria, Germany). Neues Jahrbuch fŸr Geologie und Palaeontologie, Abhandlungen 135:1-18.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;.
Higher Taxa:
fishbeds;.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Solnhofen Lithographic limestone.
Country and State/Province:
France; Lebanon; Germany;.

 

39  Bartram, A. W. H. 1977. The Macrosemiidae, a Mesozoic family of holostean fishes. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology series 29:137-234.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Amiidae; Caturidae; Chondrostei; Haleocomorphi; Halecostomi Patterson, 1973; Macrosemiidae Thiollire, 1858; Neopterygii Patterson, 1973; Parasemionotidae; Teleostei; Uarbryichthyidae Bartram, 1977, p. 204;.
Genera and Species:
Acentrophorus; Aphanepygus; Aspidorhynchus; Australosomus; Belonostomus tenuirostris; Besania; Birgeria; Blenniomoeus brevicauda Costa, 1850, p. 321; Blenniomoeus longicauda Costa, 1850, p. 319; Blenniomoeus major Costa, 1853, p. 34; Catervariolus; Caturus; Caturus heterurus; Dapedium; Disticholepis fourneti Thiollire, 1850; Disticholepis dumortieri Thiollire, 1858; Elonichthys; Enchelyolepis Woodward, 1918; Enchelyolepis andrewsi (Woodward, 1895a); Enchelyolepis pectoralis (Sauvage, 1883); Euthynotus; Furo latimanus; Furo microlepidotus; Heterolepidotus; Histionotus Egerton, 1854; Histionotus angularis Egerton, 1854, p. 434; Histionotus falsani Thiollire, 1873; Histionotus oberndorferi Wagner, 1863; Histionotus parvus; Ichthyokentemna; Ionoscopus desori; Legnonotus Egerton, 1854; Legnonotus cothamensis Egerton, 1854; Legnonotus krambergeri Bartram, 1977; Lepidotes; Lycoptera; Macrosemius Agassiz, 1844; Luganoia; Macrepistius; Macrosemius andrewsi Woodward, 1895a; Macrosemius dorsalis Eastman, 1914a; Macrosemius fourneti (Thiollire, 1850); Macrosemius helenae Thiollire, 1850, p. 135; Macrosemius insignis Wagner, 1863; Macrosemius latiusculus Wagner, 1851; Macrosemius maeseni; Macrosemius pectoralis Sauvage, 1883; Macrosemius rostratus Agassiz, 1844; Neorhombolepis; Notagogus Agassiz, 1835; Notagogus crassicauda Costa, 1864, p. 74; Notagogus decoratus Eastman, 1914a, p. 360; Notagogus denticulatus Agassiz, 1839, Pl. 50; Notagogus erythrolepis Costa, 1850, p. 314; Notagogus ferreri Wenz, 1964, p. 269; Notagogus gracilis Costa, 1864; Notagogus helenae (Thiollire, 1850, p. 135); Notagogus inimontis Thiollire, 1850, p. 137; Notagogus latior Agassiz, 1835, Pl. 49; Notagogus macropterus; Notagogus margaritae Thiollire, 1858, p. 783; Notagogus minutus Eastman, 1917, p. 287; Notagogus ornatus Eastman, 1914, p. 366; Notagogus parvus Traquair, 1911, p. 26; Notagogus pentlandi Agassiz, 1835, Pl. 49; Notagogus zieteni Agassiz, 1835; Ophiopsis; Ophiopsis attenuata Wagner, 1905; Ospia; Parasemionotus labordei; Perleidus; Pholidophorus; Pholidophorus higginsi (Egerton, 1855); Propterus Agassiz, 1834; Propterus conidens Eastman, 1914a; Propterus elongatus Wagner, 1863; Propterus gracilis; Propterus microstomus Agassiz, 1834; Propterus scacchi (Costa, 1850); Propterus scacchii (Costa, 1850) (sic in Woodward, 1895, p. 185); Propterus speciosus; Propterus vidali Sauvage, 1903; Pteronisculus; Pteronisculus cicatrosus; Semionotus; Songanella; Rhynchoncodes scacchi Costa, 1850; Rhynchoncodes macrocephalus Costa, 1864; Tanaocrossus Schaeffer, 1967; ?Tanaocrossus maesenii (Saint-Seine, 1962, p. 8, IN: Saint-Seine & Casier); Tetragonolepis; Thrissops; Uarbryichthys Wade, 1941; Uarbryichthys incertus Wade, 1953, p. 71; Uarbryichthys latus Wade, 1941, p. 82; Wadeichthys oxyops;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Australia; Austria; Belgium; France; Germany; Italy; Portugal; Spain; U.K.: England; Zaire;.

 

40  Bartsch, P. 1988. Funktionelle Moirphologie und Evolution des Axialskelettes und der Caudalis UrsprŸnglicher Knochenfishce {Functional morphology and evolution of the axial skeleton and the caudal fin of so-called primitive bony fishes]. Sonder-Abdruck aus Palaeontolographica BeitrŠge zur Naturgeschichte der Vorzeit 204:117-226.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Early (Scythian); Jurassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias); Jurassic-Jurassic Late.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Caturus (?)furcatus Agassiz; Caturus furcatus Agassiz; Caturus pachyurus Agassiz; Caturus latus MŸnster; Caturus gracilis Wagner; Caturus; Eugnathus; "Eugnathus" elongatus; Urocles (Megalurus) grandis Wagner; Urocles lepidotus Agassiz; Urocles altivelis Wagner; Urocles (Megalurus) elegantissimus Wagner; Ionoscopus (Macroriphis) cyprinoides Wagner; Pachycormus bollensis Quenstedt; Orthocormus cornutus Weitzel; Eurycormus speciosus Wagner; Birgeria groenlandica Stensiš;.
Formation:
Solenhofen.
Country and State/Province:
Germany; Greenland;.

 

41  Bean, L. 2005. Late Jurassic fishes of the Talbragar fish bed, N.S.W., Australia. pp. 33-35. IN: Poyato-Ariza, F. J. (ed.). Extended Abstracts. Fourth International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics, Homology, and Nomenclature. Ediciones Universidad Aut—noma de Madrid, Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain August 8th-14th, 2005. 310 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
coccolepid; holosteans; macrosemiid; paleoniscoid; Pholidophoriform;.
Genera and Species:
Aetholepis mirabilis Woodward; Aphnelepis australis Woodward; Archaeomene tenuis Woodward; Cavenderichthys Arratia, 1997; Cavenderichthys talbragarensis (Woodward, 1895); Coccolepis australis Woodward; Coccolepis woodwardii; Koonwarri manifrons; Leptolepis; Leptolepis koonwarri; Leptolepis talbragarensis Woodward, 1895; Uarbryichthys latus Wade; Wadeichthys oxyops;.
Formation:
Talbragar fish bed.
Country and State/Province:
Australia: New South Wales.

 

42  Bean, L. B. 2006. The leptolepid fish Cavenderichthys talbragarensis (Woodward, 1895) from the Talbragar Fish Bed (Late Jurassic) near Gulgong, New South Wales. Records of the Western Australian Museum 23:43-76.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian;.
Higher Taxa:
Leptolepidae sic Bean, 2006, p. 71, Fig. 20; Leptolepididae Agassiz, 1833-44; Pholidophoridae; Teleostei MŸller, 1844;.
Genera and Species:
Aphnelepis australis Woodward, 1895; Archaeomaene tenui Woodward, 1895; Cavenderichthys Arratia, 1977; Cavenderichthys talbragarensis (Woodward, 1895); Coccolepis australis (Woodward, 1895); Leptolepides sprattiformis; Leptolepis; Leptolepis africana Gardiner, 1960; Leptolepis coryphaenoides; Leptolepis gregarius Woodward, 1895; Leptolepis lowei Woodward, 1895; Leptolepis normandica Nybelin, 1974; "Leptolepis" talbragarensis Woodward, 1895; Madariscus robustus Wade, 1941; Pholidolepis; Pholidophorus; Proleptolepis; Proleptolepis furcata; Tharsis dubius; Uarbryichthys latus Wade, 1941;.
Formation:
Purlawaugh Fm.; Talbragar Fish Bed;.
Country and State/Province:
AUSTRALIA: New South Wales; Tanzania;.

 

43  Bellwood, D., & A. Hoey. 2004. Feeding in Mesozic Fishes; a functional perspective. pp. 639-649. IN: Arratia, G., & Tintori, A. (eds.), Mesozoic Fishes 3 Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland. 649 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Middle-Anisian; Triassic-Triassic Middle-Ladinian; Triassic-Triassic Late-Norian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinopterygii; Aetheodontidae; Allothrissopidae; Amiidae; Anaethalionidae; Aspidorhynchidae; Bembodontidae; Birgeriidae; Caturidae; Cephaloxenidae; Coccolepididae; Coelacanthidae; Dapediidae; Eosemionotidae; Eugnathidae; Gabanellidae; Gyrodontidae; Halecomorphi; Ichthyodectidae; Ionoscopidae; Laugiidae; Luganoiidae; Macromesodontidae; Macrosemiidae; Ophiopsidae; Orthogonicleithridae; Pachycormidae; Peltopleuridae; Perleididae; Pholidophoriformes; Pholidopleuridae; Pleuropholidae; Ptycholepididae; pycnodontids; Saurichthyidae; Semionotidae; Teleostei; Thoracopteridae;.
Genera and Species:
Aetheodontus besanensis; Allothrissops mesogaster; Amblysemius bellicianus; Amblysemius pachyurus; Amiopsis lepidota; Anaethalion angustus; Anaethalion knorri; Archaeosemionotus; Ascalabos voithii; Asthenocormus titaneus; Aspidorhynchus; Belonostomus; Belonostomus muensteri; Belonostomus tenuirostris; Birgeria nielseni; Bobasatrania ceresiensis; Brembodus; Brembodus ridens; Callopterus; Caturus furcatus; Cephaloxenus macropterus; Coccoderma suevicum; Coccolepis bucklandi; Ctenognathichthys bellottii; Dapedium noricum; Dipteronotus ornatus; Eichstaettia mayri; Eoeugnathus; Eomesodon; Eomesodon gibbosus; Eosemionotus; Eurycomus; Eurycomus speciosus; Furo longiserratus; Furo microlepidotus; Gabanellia agilis; Gibbodon; Gibbodon censis (sic); Gibbodon cenensis; Gracilgnathichthys microlepis; Gyrodus; Gyrodus hexagonus; Heterolepidotus; Heterostrophus latus; Histionotus oberndorferi; Holophagus penicillatus; Hypsocormus insignis; Ionoscopus analibrevis; Ionoscopus cyprinoides; Legonotus; Legonotus krambourgi; Legnonotus krambergeri (Tintori & Renasto, 1983); Lepidotes; Leptolepides; Leptolepides sprattiformes; Libys superbus; Luganoia lepidosteoides; Macromesodon; Macromesodon macropterus; Macropoma willemoesi; Macrosemius; Macrosemius cf. latiusculus; Macrosemius rostratus; Meridensia meridensis; Mesturus; Mesturus verrucosus; Ophiopsis attenuata; Ophiopsis procera; Orthocormus cornutus; Orthogonikleithrus Arratia, 1987; Pachythrissops; Pachythrissops propterus; Paralepidotus; Paralepidotus ornatus; Peltoperleidus bellipinnus; Peltoperleidus elongignathus; Peltoperleidus macrodontus; Peltoperleidus triseries; Peltopleurus besanensis; Peltopleurus hypsisomus; Peltopleurus lissocephalus; Peltopleurus nothocephalus; Peltopleurus vexillipinnis; 'Pholidophorus' falcifer; 'Pholidophorus' micronyx; Pholidopleurus; Pholidopleurus ticinensis; Platysiagum minus; Pleuropholis laevissima; Propterus elongates (sic); Propterus microstomus; Proscinetes; Proscinetes elegans; Ptycholepis barboi; Ptycholepis magnus; Ptycholepis priscus; Sargodon; Sargodon tomicus; Saurichthys; Saurichthys costasquamosus; Saurichthys curionii; Saurichthys paucitrichus; Sauropsis longimanus; Semionotus; Solnhofenamia longatus; Strobilodus giganteus; Tharsis dubius; Thoracopterus martinisi; Thyrissops formosus; Urocles (Solnhofenichthys) ovatus;.
Formation:
Monte San Georgino; Solnhofen; Zorzino Limestones;.
Country and State/Province:
Italy; Switzerland;.

 

44  Bellwood, D. R. 2003. Origins and escalation of herbivory in fishes: a functional perspective. Paleobiology 29:71-83.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late Norian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late Tithonian.
Higher Taxa:
"Mesozoic Marine Revolution" Vermeij, 1977.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Zorzino Limestones (northern Italy); Solnhofen Limestones (Germany).
Country and State/Province:
Italy; Germany.

 

45  Bemis, W. E. 2002. REVIEW OF: Mesozoic fishes: Systematics and Paleoecology (Proceedings of the International Meeting, EichstŠtt, 1993). Gloria Arratia and GŸnter Viohl (eds.) 1996. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Germany. ISBN 3-923871-90-2. 576 p., many figures and tables. $100.00 (hardcover). Copeia 2002:539-542.
Age:
MESOZOIC; Triassic, Jurassic, Cretaceous.
Higher Taxa:
chondrichthyans, actinopterygians, sarcopteryugians; Pycnodontiformes; Semionotidae; Pachycormiformes; Aspidorhynchiformes; Pholidophoriformes; Elopomorpha; Chanidae; Gonorynchidae; Judeichthyidae; Paracanthopterygii; Sphenocephalidae; perleidids;.
Genera and Species:
Protospinax annectans; Iansan; Notidanodon; Araripelepidotes; Obaichthys; Paralepidotus ornatus; Lepidotus; Semionotus; Judeichthys; Rubiesichthys; Ramallichthys; Macropoma willemoesii; Udina; Ptychoceratodus philippsi; Ceratodus;.
Formation:
Mowry Fm.; Solnhofen; Tlayœa Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Germany; South America; Brazil; Japan; Alberta; North America; Israel; Australia; Africa; Europe; Mexico; China;.

 

46  Bemis, W. E., E. K. Findeis, & L. Grande. 1997. An overview of Acipenseriformes. Environmental Biology of Fishes 48:25-71.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Acipenseriformes.
Genera and Species:
 Birgeria;  Chondrosteus;  Peipiaosteus;  Peipiaosteus pani Liu & Zhou, 1965;  Peipiaosteus fengningensis Bai, 1983;  Stichopterus woodwardi Reis, 1910;   Stichopterus popovi Yakovlev, 1986;  Chondrosteus acipenseroides Agassiz, 1844;  Gyrosteus mirabilis; Protopsephurus liui Lu, 1994; Paleopsephurus wilsoni MacAlpin, 1941;  Acipenser albertensis Lambe, 1902;  Protoscaphirhynchus squamosus Wilimovsky, 1956;  Pholidurus disjectus;.
Formation:
Hell Creek Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Greenland; Europe; China; Mongolia; Trans-Baikal; England; Montana, USA; Alberta, CANADA; England;.

 

47  Bigelow, H. B., & W. C. Schroeder. 1948. Sharks. Memoirs of Sears Foundation for Marine Research, Fishes of the Western North Atlantic 1:59-546.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Carchariidae; Carcharhinidae; Dalatiidae; Heterodontoidea; Hexanchidae; Isuridae; Notidanoidea; Scapanorhynchidae; Scyliorhinidae; Sphyrnidae; Squalidae; Squaloidea; Squatinidae;.
Genera and Species:
Carcharias Rafinesque, 1810, p. 10; Carcharodon Agassiz, 1838, p. 91; Dalatias Rafinesque, 1810, p. 10; Galeocerdo MŸller & Henle, 1837, p. 397; Hexanchus Rafinesque, 1810, p. 14; Isistius Gill, 1864, p. 264; Scapanorhynchus Woodward, 1889; Scyliorhinus Blainville, 1816, p. 121; Sphyrna Rafinesque, 1810, p. 46; Squalus Linneaus, 1758, p. 233; Squatina Risso, 1810, p. 45;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

48  Bonde, N. 2004. An Early Cretaceous (Ryazanian) fauna of "Purbeck-Wealden type" at Robbedale, Bornholm, Denmark. pp. 507-528 IN: Arratia, G., & Tintori, A. (eds.), Mesozoic Fishes 3 Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland. 649 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late(Malmo)-Tithonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Berriasian;.
Higher Taxa:
acanthomorph skull; amioid; hybodont sharks; myliobatoid spine; enchodont teeth; pholidophorids; pycnodonts; Pycnodontidae; rhynchodercetid; teleostean;.
Genera and Species:
Amiopsis; Amiopsis damoni; Amiopsis dolloi; Anomoeodus; Caturus; Coelodus; Conichnus conosinus (supposed to be feeding traces of rays); Cylindracanthus; Gyrodus; Hybodus ensis; Hybodus parvidens; Ionoscopus; Lepidotes; Lepidotes bernissartensis; Lepidotes degenhardti; Lepidotes hauchecornei; Lepidotes mantelli; Lepidotes maximus; Lepidotes minor; Lepidotes notopterus; Macromesodon; 'Mesodon'; 'Microdon'; Parvodus (Rees & Underwood, 2002); Parvodus rugianus (Rees, 2001); Pleuropholis; Pleuropholis serratus; Proscinetes; Ptychodus; Thrissops;.
Formation:
Arnager Greensand; Baunodde Greensand; Jydegaard Fm.; Nyker Group; Robbedale Fm.; Solnhofen Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Denmark.

 

49  Bonde, N. In press. Osteoglossids (Teleostei, Osteoglossomorpha) of the Mesozoic. Comments on their interrelationships. IN: Arratia, G., & Viohl, G. (eds.), Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics and Paleoecology.-Proceedings International Meeting, EichstŠtt 1993. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Germany, 37 manuscript pages.
Age:
Cretaceous; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Middle; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian;.
Higher Taxa:
Phareodontinae; Heterotinae; hiodontids; lycopterids; hiodontoids; pantodontids; ichthyodectiform;.
Genera and Species:
Chandlerichthys; Yanbiania; Chetungichthys; Mesoclupea; Kipalaichthys; Paradercetis; Laeliichthys; Laeliichthys ancestralis; Chanopsis; Phareodus; Brychaetus; Phareodusichthys; Opsithrissops;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Southeast Asia; Europe; Africa; Zaire; Brazil; North America; Bolivia; India;.

 

50  Boreske, J. R. 1974. A review of the North American fossil Amiid fishes. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University 146:1-87.
Age:
Jurassic, Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian;.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Amia fragosa; Urocles; Amiopsis;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
North Ameria; Europe; Texas;.

 

51  Bšss, H.-P. 1982. Locomotion and feeding in Mesozoic durophagous fishes. Neues Jahrbuch fŸr Geologie und PalŠontologie, Abhandlungen 163-164:167-171.
Age:
Triassic; Cretaceous; Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
pycnodonts.
Genera and Species:
Gyronchus; Colobodus; Lepidotes; Dapedium; Mesturus; Gyrodus; Eomesodon; Proscinetes;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

52  Brito, P. M. 1988. La Structure du suspensorium de Vinctifer, poisson actinoptŽrygien MŽsozo•que: remarques sur les implications phylogŽnŽtiques. Geobios 21:819-823.
Age:
Jurassic; Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Aspidorhynchidae;.
Genera and Species:
Vinctifer comptoni (Agassiz, 1841); Belonstomus; Aspidorhynchus comptoni Agassiz, 1841;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Brazil; North Dakota;.

 

53  Brito, P. M. 1997. RŽvision des Aspidorhynchidae (Pisces, Actinopterygii) du MŽsozo•que: ostŽologie, relations phylogŽnŽtiques, donnŽes environnementales et biogŽographiques. Geodiversitas 19:681-772.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Middle; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Aspidorhynchidae Nicholson and Lydekker, 1889; halecomorphs; semionotiforms; pachycormids; teleosts; Rhynchodontidae Heineke, 1906, p. 185; Vinctiferidae Santos, 1990, p. 252; Paleoniscidae;.
Genera and Species:
Aspidorhynchus Agassiz, 1833; Belanostomus Agassiz, 1834; Vinctifer Jordan, 1919; Amia; Polypterus; Pteronisculus; Pholidophorus bechei; Caturus;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Cuba; Brazil; North America; South America; Africa; Asia; Australia; Antarctica; Mexico; France; Germany; England, United Kingdom; Israel; Salvador;.

 

54  Brito, P. M. 1999. The caudal skeleton of aspidorhynchids (Actinopterygii, Halecostomi): phylogenetic implications. pp. 249-264. IN: Arratia, G., & Schultze, Hans-Peter (ed.) Mesozoic Fishes 2: Systematics and the Fossil Record. Proceedings of the International Meeting Buckow, 1997. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 604 pp.
Age:
Jurassic; Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Aspidorhynchidae Nicholson & Lydekker, 1889; Suborder Aethospondyll;.
Genera and Species:
Aspidorhynchus; Aspidorhynchus acutirostris (Blainville, 1818); Belonostomus; Belonostomus tenuirostris (Agassiz, 1833); Vinctifer; Vinctifer comptoni (Agassiz, 1841);.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Germany; France; Brazil; Antarctica; Lebanon;.

 

55  Brito, P. M. 1999. Description of Aspidorhynchus arawaki from the Late Jurassic of Cuba (Actinopterygii: Halecostomi). pp. 239-248. IN: Arratia, G., & Schultze, Hans-Peter (ed.) Mesozoic Fishes 2: Systematics and the Fossil Record. Proceedings of the International Meeting Buckow, 1997. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 604 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Middle (Dogger)-Bathonian; Jurassic-Jurassic Middle (Dogger)-Callovian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian;.
Higher Taxa:
Halecostomi Regan, 1923;  Aspidorhynchidae Nicholson & Lydekker, 1889;.
Genera and Species:
Aspidorhynchus Agassiz, 1833; Aspidorhynchus acutirostris (Blainville, 1818); Aspidorhynchus antarctica Richter & Thomson, 1989; Aspidorhynchus arawaki Brito, 1997; Aspidorhynchus crassus; Aspidorhynchus euodus Egerton, 1845; Aspidorhynchus fisheri (Egerton, 1854); Aspidorhynchus longissimus (MŸnster, 1842); Aspidorhynchus mandibularis; Aspidorhynchus ornatissimus; Aspidorhynchus speciosus (Agassiz, 1844); Aspidorhynchus sphekodes; Belonostomus; Belonostomus microcephalus (Winkler, 1861); Caturus; Esox acutirostris Blainville, 1818; Eugnathoides; Gyrodus; Lepidotes; Leptolepis; Luisichthys; Sauroposis; Vinctifer;.
Formation:
Jagua Formantion; Solnhofen Limestone;.
Country and State/Province:
Cuba; Germany; England, United Kingdom; France; Antarctica.

 

56  Brito, P. M. 1999. Description of Aspidorhynchus arawaki from the Late Jurassic of Cuba (Actinopterygii: Halecostomi). pp. 239-248. IN: Mesozoic Fishes 2 - Systematics and Fossil Record. Arratia, G., & Schultze, H.-P. (eds.). Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Germany.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late.
Higher Taxa:
Actinopterygii: Halecostomi.
Genera and Species:
Aspidorhynchus arawaki.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Cuba.

 

57  Callison, G. 1987. Fruita: A place for wee fossils. pp. 91-96. IN: Averett, W. R. (ed.) Paleontology and geology of the dinosaur triangle. Museum of Western Colorado, Grand Junction, Colorado
Age:
Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
Amiiformes.
Genera and Species:
[centra referred to Ophiopsis are really amioid according to Kirkland (1998)].
Formation:
Fruita.
Country and State/Province
.

 

58  Cappetta, H. 1972. Les poissons CrŽtacŽs et Tertiaires du Bassin des Iullemmedens (RŽpublique du Niger). Pal¾overtebrata, Montpellier 5:179-251.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Alepisauroidei; Ceratodidae; ; Ceratodontiformes; Chondrichthyes; Cypriniformes; Dercetidae; Enchodontidae; Eotrigonodontidae; Euselachii; Galeiformes; Gyrodontidae; Hybodontidae; Isuridae; Isuroidei; Myliobatidae; Odontaspidae; Pristidae; Pycnodontidae; Rajidae; Tetraodontiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Asteracanthus Agassiz, 1837; Asteracanthus aegyptiacus Stromer, 1927; Ceratodus Agassiz, 1838; Cimolichthys Leidy, 1857; Cimolichthys manzadinensis Dart. & Casier; Cimolichthys marginatus (Reuss); Coelodus Heckel, 1856; Coelodus crassus; Coelodus plethodon Arambourg & Jol.; Coelodus zambiensis; Dalpiazia Checchia-Rispoli, 1933; Dalpiazia stromeri Checchia-Rispoli, 1933; Enchodus Agassiz, 1843; Enchodus elegans Dartevelle & Casier, 1949; Enchodus lamberti Arambourg & Joleaud, 1943; Hypolophites Stromer, 1910; Igdabatis Cappetta, 1972, p. 215; Igdabatis sigmodon Cappetta, 1972, p. 215; Ischirhiza Leidy, 1856; Ischirhiza nigeriensis (Tabaste, 1963); Lamna Cuvier, 1817; Lamna biauriculata nigeriana Cappetta, 1972; Markgrafia nigeriensis Tabaste, 1963; Odontaspis Agassiz, 1836; Odontaspis substriata; Pycnodus Agassiz, 1833; Raja Linneaus, 1758; Schizorhiza Weiler, 1930; Schizorhiza stromeri Weiler, 1930; Stephanodus Zittel, 1888; Stephanodus lybicus; Stratodus apicalis Cope, 1872;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Brazil; Congo; Egypt; Israel; Libya; Morroco; Niger; USA: Alabama; Kansas; New Jersey;.

 

59  Cappetta, H. 1986. Types dentaires adaptatifs chez les SŽlaciens actuels et post=PalŽozoiques. Palaeovertebrata, Montpellier 16:57-76.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Rajiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus; Asteracanthus; Palaeobates; Palaeocarcharodon; Parapalaeobates; Priohybodus; Pseudohypolophus; Ptychodus; Squalicorax;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Morroco;.

 

60  Cappetta, H. 1987. Chondrichthyes II, Mesozoic and Cenozoic Elasmobranchii IN: Schultze, H.-P. (ed.). Handbook of Paleoichthyology. Vol. 3B. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, Munich, Germany. 193 pp.
Age:
Triassic, Jurassic, Cretaceous, Mesozoic.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes, Elasmobranchii.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

61  Cappetta, H. 1987. Extinctions and faunal renewals among post-Jurassic selachians [Extinctions et renouvellements fauniques chez les SŽlaciens post-jurassiques]. MŽmoires de la SociŽtŽ gŽologique de France, nouvelle sŽrie 150:113-131.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Acrodontidae; Alopidae; Anacoracidae; Brachaeluridae; Carcharhiniformes; Chlamydoselachidae; Dasyatidae; Echinorhinidae; Heterodontidae; Heterodontiformes; Hexanchidae; Hexanchiformes; Hybodontidae; Lamniformes; Mitsukurinidae; Myliobatidae; Myliobatiformes; Odontaspidae; Orectolobiformes; Orthacodontidae; Palaeospinacidae; Palaeospinaciformes; Polyacrodontidae; Pristidae; Pristiophoridae; Pristiophoriformes; Ptychodontidae; Rajidae; Rajiformes; Rhinobatoidei; Rhinobatidae; Rhombodontidae; Sclerorhynchidae; Scyliorhinidae; Squalidae; Squaliformes; Squatinidae; Squatiniformes; Triakidae;.
Genera and Species:
Brachaelurus; Brachyrhizodus; Coupatezia fallax; Cretodus; Cretolamna cf. Cretolamna caraibea; Ctenopristis; Ctenopristis nougareti; Dalpaiazia; Ganopristis; Ginglymostoma; Heterodontus; Hexanchus; Hybodus; Igdabatis; Ischyrhiza; Leptostyrax; Lissodus; Myledaphus; Odontorhytis; Paracorax; Paranomatodon; Parapaleobates; Peyeria; Protoplatyrhina; Pseudocorax; Pteroscyllium; Pucapristis; "Raja' mucronata; Rhombodus; Rhombodus binckhorsti; Rhombodus microdon; Scapanorhynchus; Schizorhiza; Squalicorax; Squatina; Squatirhina; Rhinobatos;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Denmark;.

 

62  Cappetta, H., E. Buffetaut, G. Cuny, & V. Suteethorn. 2006. A new elasmobranch assemblage from the Lower Cretaceous of Thailand. Palaeontology 49:547-556.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian;.
Higher Taxa:
Acrodontidae; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Euselachii Hay, 1902; Hybodontidae; Hybodontoidea Owen, 1846; Myliobatidae; Ptychodontidae Jaekel, 1898;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus Agassiz, 1838; Acrorhizodus Cappetta, Buffetaut, Cuny, & Suteethorn, 2006, p. 552; Acrorhizodus khoratensis Cappetta, Buffetaut, Cuny, & Suteethorn, 2006, p. 552; Aegyptobatus Werner, 1989; Aegyptobatus kuehnei Werner, 1989; Asteracanthus Agassiz, 1837; Bdellodus Quenstedt, 1882; Bdellodus bollensis Quenstedt, 1882; Heteroptychodus Yabe & Obata, 1930; Heteroptychodus steimanni Yabe & Obata, 1930; Hybodus Agassiz, 1837; Hylaeobatis Woodward, 1916; Pororhiza Casier, 1969; Pororhiza molimbaensis Casier, 1969a; Priohybodus Erasmo, 1960; Priohybodus arambourgi Erasmo, 1960; Ptychodus; Steinbachodus estheriae Reif, 1980; Thaiodus Cappetta, Buffetaut, & Suteethorn, 1990; Thaiodus ruchae Cappetta, Buffetaut, & Suteethorn, 1990; Tribodus aschersoni Werner, 1994;.
Formation:
Khok Kraut Fm.; Takena Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Democratic Republic of Congo; Egypt; Germany; Japan; Somalia; Thailand; Tibet; Zaire;.

 

63  Cappetta, H., C. J. Duffin, & J. Zidek. 1993. Chapter 34. Chondrichthyes. pp. 593-609. IN: Benton, M. J. (ed.) The Fossil Record 2. Chapman & Hall, London, England, U.K., 845 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Acrodontidae Casier, 1959; Alopiidae Bonaparte, 1838; Anacoracidae Casier, 1947; Batomorphii Cappetta, 1980; Brachaeluridae Applegate, 1972; Callorhynchidae Garman, 1901; Carcharhiniformes Compagno, 1973; Chimaeridae Thienemann, 1828; Chimaeriformes Berg, 1940; Chlamydoselachidae Garman, 1884; Chlamydoselachoidei Berg, 1958; Chondrichthyes; Cladoselachiformes Dean, 1909; Cretoxyrhinidae Glickman, 1958; Ctenacanthoidea Zangerl, 1981; Cyclobatidae Cappetta, 1980b; Dalatiinae Gray, 1851; Dasyatidae Jordan, 1888; Dasyatoidea Whitley, 1940; Distobatidae Werner, 1989; Echinorhinidae Gill, 1862; Edaphodontidae Owen, 1846; Edestidae Jaekel, 1889; Edestoidea Hay, 1930; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838; Etmopterinae Fowler, 1934; Eugeneodontiformes Zangerl, 1981; Euselachii Hay, 1902; Galeoidea; Galeomorphii Compagno, 1973; Ginglymostomatidae Gill, 1862; Gymnuridae Fowler, 1934; Hemiscylliidae Gill, 1862; Heptranchidae Barnard, 1925; Heterodontidae Gray, 1851; Heterodontiformes Berg, 1937; Hexanchidae Gray, 1851; Hexanchiformes Buen, 1926; Hexanchoidei Garman, 1913; Holocephali Bonaparte, 1832; Hybodontidae Owen, 1846; Hybodontoidea Zangerl, 1981; Hypsobatidae Cappetta, 1992; Lamniformes Berg, 1958; Mitsukurinidae Jordan, 1898; Myliobatidae Bonaparte, 1838; Myliobatiformes Compagno, 1973; Myliobatoidea Compagno, 1973; Myriacanthidae Woodward, 1889; Myriacanthoidei Patterrson, 1965; Neoselachii Compagno, 1977; Odontaspididae MŸller & Henle, 1839; Orectolobidae Jordan & Fowler, 1903; Orectolobiformes Applegate, 1972; Orthacodontidae Beaumont, 1960; Oxynotinae Rafinesque, 1810; Palaeospinacidae Regan, 1906; Parapalaeobatidae Cappetta, 1992; Parascylliidae Gill, 1862; Phoebodontidae Williams, 1985; Polyacrodontidae Glickman, 1964; Pristidae Boanaparte, 1838; Pristioidei Cappetta, 1980; Pristiophoridae Bleeker, 1859; Pristiophorifomes Berg, 1958; Protospinacidae Woodward, 1919; Pseudodalatiidae Reif, 1978; Ptychodontidae Jaekel, 1898; Rajidae Bonaparte, 1831; Rajiformes Berg, 1940; Rajoidei Garman, 1913; Rhincodontidae Garman, 1913; Rhinobatidae MŸller & Henle, 1838; Rhinobatoidei Fowler, 1941; Rhinochimaeridae Garman, 1901; Rhinopteridae Jordan & Evermann, 1896; Rhombodontidae Cappetta, 1987; Rhynchobatidae Garman, 1913; Sclerorhynchidae Cappetta, 1974; Sclerorhynchoidei Cappetta, 1980; Scyliorhinidae Gill, 1862; Somniosinae Jordan, 1888; Squalidae Bonaparte, 1834; Squaliformes Goodrich, 1909; Squalomorphii Compagno, 1973; Squalorajidae Woodward, 1886; Squalorajoidei Patterson, 1965; Squatinidae Bonaparte, 1838; Squatiniformes Buen, 1926; Squatinomorphii Compagno, 1973; Steinbachodontidae Reif, 1980; Subterbranchialia Zangerl, 1979; Torpedinidae Bonaparte, 1838; Torpediniformes Buen, 1926; Torpedinoidea Compagno, 1973; Triakidae Gray, 1851;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus; Acronemus; Acronemus tuberculatus (Bassanii, 1886); Agkistracanthus mitgelensis Duffin & Furrer, 1981; Anomotodon principialis Cappetta, 1975; Asteracanthus aegyptiacus Stroemer, 1927; Belemnobatis Thiollire, 1854; Brachymylus altidens Woodward, 1892; Brachyrhizodus wichitaensis Romer, 1942; Carcharias Rafinesque, 1810; Carcharias striatula Dalinkevicius, 1935; Centropterus lividus Costa, 1861; Chlamydoselachus thomsoni Richter & Ward, 1990; Cretascymnus adonis (Signeux, 1950); Ctenopristis nougareti Arambourg, 1940; Cyclobatis major Davis, 1887; Cyclobatis oligodactylus Egerton, 1844; Cyclobatis tuberculatus Cappetta, 1980; Dalpiazia stromeri Checchia-Rispoli, 1933; Dasyatis; Echinorhinus; Edaphodon antwerpensis; Edaphodon pliocenicus Carroli, 1897; Elasmodus crassus (Hebert, 1854); Elasmodus planus Leriche, 1929; Elasmodus ubaghsi Leriche, 1929; Elasmodus greenoughi Agassiz, 1843; Eoetmopterus MŸller & Schšllmann, 1989; Eoetmopterus supracretaceous MŸller & Schšllmann, 1989; Etmopterus hemmoorensis Herman, 1982; Eugomphodus Gill, 1861; Galeorhinus; Galeorhinus minutissimus (Arambourg, 1952); Ganopristis leptodon Arambourg, 1935; Gibbechinorhinus lewyi Cappetta, 1990; Ginglymostoma lithuanica Dalinkevicius, 1935; Gymnura laterialata Werner, 1989; Harriotta lehmani Werdelin, 1986; Helicampodus ealoni Obruchev, 1965; Heterodontus duffini Thies, 1983; Heterodontus falcifer Wagner, 1857; Hexanchus arzoensis (Beaumont, 1960); Hybodus plicatillis; Hylaeobatis ornatus (Woodward, 1889); Hypsobatis; Hypsobatis weileri Cappetta, 1992; Ischirhiza nigeriensis (Tabaste, 1963); Ischyodus aalensis (Quenstedt, 1852); Ischyodus bifurcati (Quenstedt, 1887); Ischyodus cornaliae Bellotti, 1858; Ischyodus ferrugineus Riess, 1887; Ischyodus personati (Quenstedt, 1852); Jurobatos cappettai Thies, 1983; Lissodus selachos (Estes, 1964); Macrourogaleus hassei Woodward, 1889; Mafdetia tibniensis Werner, 1989; Mesiteia emilae Kramberger, 1885; Odontaspis gracilis Agassiz; Onchopristis numidus (Haug, 1905); Onchopristis praecursor Thurmond, 1971; Orectoloboides pattersoni Thies, 1983; Paracorax jaekeli (Woodward, 1895); Palaeobrachaelurus aperizotus Thies, 1983; Pachymylus leedsi Woodward, 1892; Palaeorhincodon dartevellei (Arambourg, 1952); Palaeospinax Egerton, 1872; Parahelicampodus spaercki Nielsen, 1952; Paranomotodon angustidens (Reuss, 1845); Parapalaeobates atlanticus Arambourg, 1952; Parapalaeobates pygmaeus (Quaas, 1902); Pararhinocodon lehmani Cappetta, 1980; Paratriakis bettrechiensis Herman, 1977; Peyeria libyca Weiler, 1935; Polyacrodus; Pristiophorus tumidens (Woodward, 1932); Protolamna infracretacea Leriche, 1910; Protospinax annectans Woodward, 1919; Protosqualus albertsii Thies, 1981; Protoxynotus misburgensis Herman, 1975; Pseudocorax affinis (MŸnster IN: Agassiz, 1843); Pseudodalatias barnstonensis (Sykes, 1971); Ptychodus; Ptychodus mortoni Agassiz, 1839; Pucapristis branisi Schaeffer, 1963; Rajorhina expansa (Davis, 1887); Rhinoptera; Rhombodus; Rhombodus binkhorsti Dames, 1881; Rhombodus bondoni Arambourg, 1952; Rhombodus levis Cappetta & Case, 1975; Rhombodus meridionalis Arambourg, 1952; Rhombodus microdon Arambourg, 1952; Rhynchobaus arganiae Arambourg; Schizorhiza stromeri Weiler, 1930; Squalicorax australis (Chapman, 1909); Squalicorax bassanii (Gemmellaro, 1920); Squalicorax kaupi (Arambourg, 1952); Squalicorax pristodontus (Agassiz, 1843); Squalicorax yangaensis (Dartevelle & Casier, 1943); Squalogaleus woodwardi Maisey, 1976; Squaloraja polyspondylus Agassiz, 1836; Squaloraja tenuispina Woodward, 1886; Squatina; Squatina acanthoderma Fraas, 1854; Steinbachodus estheriae Reif, 1980; Synodontaspis White, 1931; Youssoubatis ganntourensis Cappetta, 1992;.
Formation:
TCM; Baharija Fm.; El Molino Fm.; Kieselkalk Fm.; Kossen Beds Fm.; Lance Fm.; Lyme Regis; Santa Marta Fm.; Solnhofen; Wordie Creek Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Algeria; Angola; Antarctica; Australia; Bolivia; Czechoslovakia; Egypt; France; Germany; Greenland; Italy; Lebanon; Libya; Lithuania; Morocco; Netherlands; Niger; Poland; Switzerland; Turkey; U.K.: England; USA: New Jersey; Texas; Wyoming;.

 

64  Carroll, R. L. 1988. Vertebrate Paleontology and Evolution. W. H. Freeman and Company, New York, 698 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Cretceous-Cretceous; Cretceous-Cretceous Late; Cretceous-Cretceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretceous-Cretceous Late (Senonian)-Coniacian/Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Beryciformes; Polymixidae; Pycnosteroididae; Trachithyidae; Pholidophoridae; Leptolepidae; Ichthyodectiformes; Aulopiformes;.
Genera and Species:
CRETACEOUS: Acrogaster; Berycopis; Ctenothrissa; Dercetis; Diplomystus; Eurypholis; Gaudryella; Hoplopteryx; Humbertia; Ichthyotringa; Lebonichthyes gracilis; Nematonotus; Omosoma; Ornategulum; Phylactocephalus; Protriacantha; Pycnosteroides; Sardinioides crassicaudus; Sardinius; sphenocephalus fissicaudus; Tselfatia; Xiphactinus [Portheus]; JURASSIC: "Anaethalion" vidali; Leptolepides sprattiformis; Pholidophorus becei; Tharsis [Leptolepis] dubius; Thrissops; Varasichthys griasi;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Antarctica;.

 

65  Case, G. R. 1992. A Pictorial Guide to Fossils. Reprint edition. Krieger Publ. Co., Melbourne, Florida, 515 pp. .
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias); Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinistia; Acipsenseriformes; Actinopterygii; Aethodontidae; Aipichthyidae; Albuloidei; Albulidae; Aleposauridae; Alopiidae; Amiidae; Amiiformes; Amioidei; Anacoracidae; Anomalopidae; Anoplogasteridae; Anopteridae; Apsopelicidae; Asipidorhynchiformes; Asipidorhynchidae; Berycidae; Berycoidei; Bobastraniidae; Brachaeluridae; Carchariidae; Carcharhiniformes; Carcharhinidae; Caseodontiodea; Caseodontidae; Catopteridae; Caturidae; Cephaloxenidae; Ceratodontidae; Cestraciontidae; Cheirothricidae; Chimaeridae; Cleithrolepidae; Clupeidae; Clupeiformes; Clupeoidei; Clupeomorpha; Coelacanthidae; Coelacanthini; Colobondontidae; Commentryidae; Ctenothrissiformes; Ctenothrissidae; Dasyatidae; Dasyatoidea; Denticiptoidei; Dercetidae; Dinopterygoidei; Diretmidae; Dorypteridae; Echinorhinidae; Edestoidea; Elopidae; Elopomorpha; Elopidei; Enchodontidae; Eugeneodontida; Eugeneodontidae; Evermannellidae; Galeoidea; Galeomorphii; Galeorhini; Ganopristidae Arambourg; Ganopristinae; Ginglymostomatidae; Hemiscyllidae; Heterodontidae; Hexanchidae; Hexanchoidea; Holocentridae; Holostei; Ichthyodectidae; Ichyodectoidei; Ipnopidae; Isuridae; Isuroidei; Kosorogateridae; Lamnidae; Lamniformes; Lepidotidae; Leptolepiformes; Leptolepidae; Luganoiidae; Macrosemiidae; Miktsikurinidae; Monocentridae; Myctophoidei; Myctophidae; Myliobatidae; Myliobatoidea; Myliobatiformes; Neoscopelidae; Notidanidae; Notidanoidea; Odontaspidae; Omosusidae; Orectolobiformes; Orectolobidae; Orthacodontidae; Osteichthyes; Osteoglossiformes; Osteoglossoidei; Osteoglossomorpha; Pachycormidae; Pachyrhizodonidae; Palaeonisciformes; Palaeoniscidae; Palaeospinaceidae; Paralepidae; Peltopleuridae; Perleididae; Pholidophoriformes; Pholidophoridae; Pholidopleuridae; Platysiagidae; Plethodontidae; Pseudotriakidae; Ptychodontidae; Ptycholepidae; Pycnodontidae; Redfieldiidae; Rhincodontidae; Rhinobatidae; Rhinochimaeridae; Rinocodontidae; Rhinopteridae; Sarcopterygii; Saurocephalidae; Sclerorhynchidae; Scopelarchidae; Scopelidae; Scopelosauridae; Scyliorhinidae; Selachii; Semionotidae; Squaliformes; Squatinidae; Squatinoidei; Sudidae; Tarrassidae; Teleostei; Thryptodontidae; Tomognatidae; Triakidae;.
Genera and Species:
Acanthorhiza; Acanthoscyllium; Actinobatis; Acrodonchus; Acrodus; Aellopos; Aipichthys; Aipichthys formosus; Aipichthys vellifer Steindachner; Aletodus; Almascyllium; Anacorax; Ancistrodon; Ankistrorhynchus; Anogmius; Anomaeodus; Anomaeodus phaseolus (Hay); Anomotodon; Apocopodon; Archaeotriakis; Archaeotriakis rochelleae Case; Aspidorhynchus; Aspidorhynchus acutirostris Blainville; Asteracanthus; Asteracanthus ornatissimus Agassiz; Asterodermus; Axelia; Bananogmius; Bdellodus; Belemnobatis; Belonostomus; Belonostomus comptoni Agassiz; Brachaelurus; Brachymylus; Brachyrhizodus; Brachyrhizodus wichitaensis Romer; Bunoderma; Callorhynchus; Cantioscyllium; Carinacanthus; Carinacanthus jepseni Bryant; Catopterus; Caturus; Caturus furcatus (Agassiz); Cearana; Centrophoroides; Centrophorus; Centropterus; Centrosqualus primaevus (Pictet); Ceratodus; Ceratodus formosus; Cestracion; Chiloscyllium; Chimaera; Chimaeracanthus; Chimaeropsis; Cimolichthys; Cimolichthys semianceps; Cimolichthys nepoelica; Cirrhoscyllium; Coccoderma; Coelacanthus; Corysodon; Cretascymnus; Cretolamna; Cretolamna appendiculata var. lata (Agassiz); Cretorectolobus; Cretorectolobus olsoni Case; Cretoxyrhina; Crossorhinops; Crossorhinus; Ctenopristis; Ctenothrissa; Ctenothrissa vexilifer Pictet; Cualabaea; Cyclarthrus; Cyclobatis major Davis; Dapedius; Dalatias; Dalpiazia; Dasyatis; Diplomystus; Diplomystus brevissimus Blainville; Diplurus; Diplurus newarki (Bryant); Doratodus; Edaphodon; Elasmodectes; Elasmodus; Elasmognathus; Empo; Enchodus; Enchodus ferox Leidy; Eomesodon; Epiceratodus; Etmopterus; Eucrossorhinus; Eurycormus; Eurypholis; Eurypholis boissieri (Pictet); Exocoetoides; Exocoetoides minor (Davis); Galeus; Galeorhinus; Ganodus; Ginglymostoma; Gosfordia; Graphiurichthys; Graphiurus; Gyrodus; Gyrodus macrophthalmus Agassiz; Helicampodus; Hemictenodus; Hemiptychodus; Hemictenodus; Heptanema; Heterodontus; Heterodontus falcifer (Wagner); Heteroptychodus; Hexanchus; Holophagus; Hoplopygus; Hoplopteryx; Hybodonchus; Hybodoconchus; Hybodus; Hybodus hauffianus Koken; Hybodus montanus Case; Hybodus reticulatus Agassiz; Hybodus storeri Case; Hylaeobatis; Hypolophites; Hypotodus; Ichthyodectes; Ichthypriarus; Igdabatis; Ischyodus; Ischyodus bifurcatus Case; Ischyrhiza; Ischyrhiza mira Leidy; Isistius; Isotaenia; Isurus; Kokkoderma; Laughia; Leiacanthus; Leioderma; Leptacanthus; Leptolepis; Leptolepis knorri Agassiz; Leptolepis schoewi; Leptolepis sprattiformis Agassiz; Leptostyrax; Libanopristis hiram (Hay); Libys; Lissodus; Listracanthus; Lonchidion; Lonchiodon; Macropoma; Macropomoides; Marckgrafia; Mawsonia; Megalururs; Mesiteia; Microceratodus; Microcorax; Microdon; Micropristis; Moenkopia; Mylacanthus; Myledaphus; Myriacanthus; Nemacanthus; Nematacanthus; Neoceratodus; Notidanus; Notorhynchus; Odontaspis; Odontaspis aculeatus (Cappetta & Case); Onchopristis; Onchopristis dunklei McNulty & Slaughter; Onchosaurus; Orectoloboides; Orectolobus; Orthacodus; Pachymylus; Pachyrhizodus; Palaeobates; Palaeocarcharias; Palaeocorax; Palaeoscyllium; Palaeospinax; Parabula; Parabula casei Estes; Paraceratodus; Paranomotodon; Parapalaeobates; Pararaja; Pararhincodon; Parascyllium; Paratriakis; Parisurus; Peyeria; Pholiodophorus; Pholiodophorus americana; Phorcynus; Piveteauia; Platyspondylus; Plicatolamna; Plicatolamna arcuata (Woodward); Polyacrodus; Portheus; Priorybodus; Pristacanthus; Pristiurus; Pristiophorus; Prognathodus; Prohybodus; Propristiophorus; Proscineteus; Proscineteus radiatus (Agassiz); Protolamna; Protoplatyrhina; Protosphyraena; Protorhinoptera; Pseudocorax; Pseudohypolophus; Pteroscyllium; Ptychoceratodus; Ptychodus; Ptychodus decurrens Agassiz; Ptychodus mortoni Mantell; Ptychotrygon; Ptychotrygon blainensis Case; Pucapristis; Pycnodus; Raineria; Raja; Redfieldia; Rhinobatos; Rhincodon; Rhineodon; Rhinobatos; Rhinobatos maronita (Pictet & Humbert); Rhinobatos primarmatus (Woodward); Rhinobatos whitfieldi (Hay); Rhipis; Rhombodus; Rhombopterygia; Rhynchobatus; Sassenia; Saurocephalus; Scapanorhynchus; Scapanorhynchus texanus (Roemer); Schizorhiza; Scleracanthus; Sclerorhynchus; Scoliorhiza; Scyliorhinus; Scyliorhinus elongatus (Davis); Scymnus; Semionotus; Sinocoelacanthus; Spathobatis; Sphenodus; Spinax; Spinocorhinus; Squalicorax; Squalicorax kaupi (Agassiz); Squalicorax pristodontus (Agassiz); Squaloraja; Squalus; Squatina; Squatirhina; Squatirhynchus; Stephanodus; Stromateus; Strophodus; Synechodus; Synorichthys; Tharrias; Tharrias ciraripis; Thectodus; Triakis; Thrissops; Thrissops salmoneus (Blainville); Turseodus; Undina; Urocles; Urocles polyspondylus (Wagner); Vinctifer; Whiteia; Winmania; Xiphactinus; Xiphactinus audax;.
Formation:
Eutaw Fm.; Judith River Fm.; Lance Fm.; Lockatong Fm.; Lyme Regis; Merchantville Fm.; Mt. Laurel Fm.; Mesaverde Fm.; Navesink Fm.; Paw-paw Fm.; Santana Fm.; Solnhofen Fm.; Sulphur Mtn. Fm.; Weno Fm.; Woodbine Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Belgium; Brazil; Canada: Alberta; British Columbia; Saskatchewan; Germany: Bavaria; Israel; Italy: Sicily; Japan; Lebanon; South America; Switzerland; U.K.: England; USA: Alabama; Arkansas; California; Colorado; Delaware; Kansas; Minnesota; Mississippi; Montana; Morocco; New Jersey; North Carolina; Pennsylvania; South Carolina; South Dakota; Texas; Wyoming;.

 

66  Cavender, T. M. 1966. The caudal skeleton of the Cretaceous teleosts Xiphactinus, Ichthyodectes and Gillicus, and its bearing on their relationship with Chirocentrus. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan 650:1-15, 1 plate.
Age:
Cretaceous; Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Chirocentridae; Lycopteridae;.
Genera and Species:
Xiphactinus; Ichthyodectes; Gillicus; Chirocentrus; Portheus molossus; Chirocentrus dorab; Gillicus arcuatus; Allothrissops salmoneus Nybelin, 1964; Leptolepis; Mesoclupea; Pachythrissops; Thrissops; Thrissops salmoneus;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Wyoming;.

 

67  Cavin, L., H. Cappetta, & B. SŽret. 1995. RŽvision de Belemnobatis morinicus (Sauvage, 1873) du Portlandien du Roulonnis (Pas-de-Calais, France). Comparaison avec quelques Rhinobatidae Jurassiques. Geologica et Palaeontologica 29:245-267.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian;.
Higher Taxa:
Batomorphii Cappetta, 1980; Myliobatidoidei (sic) Cavin, Cappetta, & Seret, 1995, p. 251; Pristiophoridae; Rajiiformes Goodrich, 1909; Rhinobatidae MŸller & Henle, 1838; Rhinobatoidei Fowler, 1941; Squalidae.
Genera and Species:
Aetomylaeus milvus; Aptychotrema; Belmnobatis ThiolliŽre, 1854; Belmnobatis moorbergensis (Thies, 1982); Belmnobatis morinicus (Sauvage, 1873); Belmnobatis sismondae ThiolliŽre, 1854; Belmnobatis werneri (Thies, 1982); Deania; Etmopterus; Platyrhina; Platyrhino•des; Pristiophorus; Protospinax; Protospinax annectans Woodward, 1919; Pteroplatea altavela; Raja clavata; Raja miralatus; Rhinobatis; Rhinobatis bugesiacus; Rhinobatis granulatus; Rhinobatis morinicus (Sauvage, 1873); Rhinobatos; Rhinobatis granulatos; Rhinobatos hymnicephalus Richardson, 1846; Rhinobatos percellens (Garman, 1913); Rhinobatos rhinobatos Linneaus, 1758; Rhynchobatus djiddensis; Spathobatis; Spathobatis bugesiacus ThiolliŽre, 1854; Spathobatis moorbergensis Thies, 1982; Spathobatis morinicus Sauvage, 1873; Spathobatis mutterlosei Thies, 1982; Spathobatis uppensis Thies, 1982; Spathobatis werneri Thies, 1982; Trygonorrhina; Zapteryx;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
France; Germany; U.K.: England;.

 

68  Cavin, L., & P. L. Forey. 2004. New mawsoniid coelacanth (Sarcopterygii: Actinistia) remains from the Cretaceous of the Kem Kem beds, Southern Morocco. pp. 493-506. IN: Arratia, G., & Tintori, A. (eds.), Mesozoic Fishes 3 Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 649 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassi Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;.
Higher Taxa:
Actiniastia Cope, 1871; Latimeroidei; Mawsoniidae Schultze, 1993; Sarcopterygii Romer, 1955;.
Genera and Species:
Axelrodichthys araripensis; Chinlea; Coelacanthus granulatus; Diplocercides; Diplurus; Garnbergia; Holophagus; Libys; Lualabaea Saint-Seine, 1955; Lualabaea lerichei Saint-Seine, 1955; Macropoma; Macropoma pracursor; Mawsonia Woodward, 1907; Mawsonia brasiliensis Yabumoto, 2002; Mawsonia gigas Woodward, 1907; Mawsonia lavocati Tabaste, 1963; Mawsonia libyca Weiler, 1935; Mawsonia "minor"; Mawsonia tegamensis Wenz, 1975; Mawsonia ubangiana Casier, 1961; Rhipis; Spermatodus;.
Formation:
Kem Kem Beds; Marfim Fm.; Santana Fm.; Chinle Group;.
Country and State/Province:
Brazil; Morocco; Niger; Egypt; Congo; Zaire;.

 

69  Cavin, L., & M. Martin. 1995. Les ActinoptŽrygiens et la limite CrŽtacŽ-Tertiaire. Geobios M.S. 19:183-188.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Acipenseridae; Actinistia; Actinopterygii; Albulidae; Apateopholidae; Arapaimidae; Argentinidae; Ariidae; Aspidorhynchidae; Aulopidae; Characidae; Cimolichthyidae; Dercetidae; Ellimmichthyidae; Elopidae; Enchodontidae; Esocidae; Gonorhynchidae; Halosauridae; Ichthyodectidae; Lepisosteidae; Megalopidae; Myctophidae; Pachycormidae; Pachyrhizodontidae; Phyllodontidae; Polypteridae; Pterothrissidae; Pycnodontidae; Salmonidae; Saurodontidae; Semionotidae;.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
El Molino Fm.; fur Fm.; Hakel and Hadjoula; Hell Creek Fm.; Lance Fm.; Oldman Fm.; Sahel Alma Fm.; Tongue Fm.; Tullock Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Angola; Belgium; Bolivia; Characidae; Denmark; Erythrinidae; Germany; Lebanon; Libia; North America; Polymixiidae; Romania; South Africa; South America; USA: Montana;.

 

70  Cavin, L., & V. Suteethorn. 2006. A new semionotiform (Actinopterygii, Neopterygii) from Upper Jurassic - Lower Cretaceous deposits of North-East Thailand, with comments on the relationships of semionotiforms. Palaeotology 49:339-353.
Age:
Triassic- Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinopterygii Cope, 1887; Amiidae; Halecomorphi; Halecostomi; Holostei; Lepisosteidae; Macrosemiidae; Neopterygii Regan, 1923; Pachycormidae; Pycnodontiformes; Semionotidae; Semionotiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Araripelepidotes Santos, 1990; Araripelepidotes temnurus; Isanichthys Cavin & Suteethorn, 2006, p. 340; Isanichthys palustris Cavin & Suteethorn, 2006, p. 340; Lepidotes; Leptolepis coryphaenoides (Bronn, 1830); Lepidotes elevensis; Lepidotes gloriae; Lepidotes leedsi; Lepidotes mantelli; Lepidotes minor; Lepidotes tendaguruensis; Lepidotes toombsi; Obaiichthys Wenz & Brito, 1992; Oniichthys falipoui Cavin & Brito, 2001; Paralepidotus Stolley, 1920; Pliodetes Wenz, 1999; Pliodetes nigeriensis Wenz, 1999; Semionotus; Semionotus elegans;.
Formation:
Phu Kradong Fm.; Purbeck Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Austria; Brazil; Italy; Morocco; Niger Republic; Thailand; U.K.: England;.

 

71  Cavin, L., V. Suteethorn, E. Bufeetaut, K. Lauprasert, J. Le Loeuff, P. Lutat, M. Philippe, U. Richter, & H. Tong. 2003. Palaeobiogeographical affinities of the fishes from Phu Nam Jun, Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous of North-Eastern Thailand. Mahasarakham University Journal 22:217-227.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early.
Higher Taxa:
Semionotiformes; Semionotidae; Dipnoi;.
Genera and Species:
Araripelepidotes; Araripelepidotes temnurus; Ferganocerotodus concinnus; 'Ceratodus' szechuanensis; Ferganocerotodus madagascariensis; Ferganocerotodus sharategensis; Ferganocerotodus szechuanensis; Ferganocerotodus jurassicus; Lepidotes buddahabutrensis; Lepidotes elvensis; Lepidotes semiserratus; Lepidotes laevis; Lepidotes pustulosus; Lepidotes leedsi; Lepidotes notopterus; Lepidotes toombsi; Lepidotes minor; Lepidotes lennieri; Lepidotes yaoanensis; Lepidotes xinjinensis; Lepidotes luchowensis; Lepidotes tendaguruensis; Lepidotes alagoensis; Neolepidotes; Obaichthys; Oniichthys; Paralepidotus; Pliodetes; Semionotus;.
Formation:
Phu Nam Jun Formation; Santana Fm.; Coquiero Fm.; Weald; Jianguan Fm.; Tandaguru Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
North-Eastern Thailand; Brazil; U.K., England; China; Niger; Morocco; Austria; Germany; Angola; Mongolia;.

 

72  Cavin, L., V. Suteethorn, E. Buffetaut, S. Chitsing, K. Lauprasert, J. Le Loeuff, P. Lutat, M. Philippe, U. Richter, & H. Tong. 2004. A new fish locality from the Continental Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous of northeastern. Revue de PalŽobiologie, Genve Vol. spŽc. 9:1-7.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Hybodont; Pycnodontid; Semionotiform; Haleocomorph; Lungish;.
Genera and Species:
Atractosteus; Lepidotes; Lepidotes buddhabutrensis; Lepisosteus;.
Formation:
Huai Hin Lat Fm.; Khok Kruat Fm.; Phu Kradong Fm.; Phra Wihan Fm.; Phu Kradung Fm.; Phu Phan Fm.; Sao Khua Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Thailand;.

 

73  Cavin, L., V. Suteethorn, & U. Deesri. 2005. The Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous fish locality of Phu Nam Jun, NE Thailand. pp. 69-70. IN: Poyato-Ariza, F. J. (ed.). Extended Abstracts. Fourth International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics, Homology, and Nomenclature. Ediciones Universidad Aut—noma de Madrid, Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain August 8th-14th, 2005. 310 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Dipnoi; gars; semionotids; Semionotida;.
Genera and Species:
Ferganaceratodus; Lepidotes buddhabutrensis Cavin et al., 2003;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Thailand;.

 

74  Cavin, L., V. Suteethorn, S. Khansubha, E. Buffetaut, & H. Tong. 2003. A new semionotid (Actinopterygii, Neopterygii) from ther Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous of Thailand. Systematic Palaeontology (Vertebrate Paleontology). Comptes Rendus Palevol 2:291-297.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Neopterygii Regan, 1923; Semionotidae Woodward, 1890; Semionotiformes Arambourg & Bertin, 1958;.
Genera and Species:
Araripelepidotes; Araripelepidotes temnurus; Lepidotes Agassiz, 1832; Lepidotes alagoensis; Lepidotes buddahabutrensis Cavin, Suteethorn, Khansubha, Buffetaut, & Tong, 2003, p. 294; Lepidotes deccanensis; Lepidotes elvensis (Blainville, 1818); Lepidotes laevis; Lepidotes latifrons; Lepidotes lennieri; Lepidotes leedsi; Lepidotes luchowensis; Lepidotes mantelli; Lepidotes maximus; Lepidotes minor; Lepidotes notopterus; Lepidotes pustulosus; Lepidotes souzai; Lepidotes roxoi; Lepidotes semiserratus; Lepidotes tendaguruensis; Lepidotes toombsi; Lepidotes xinjinensis; Lepidotes yaoanensis; Neolepidotes; Paralepidotus; Pliodetes; Pliodetes nigeriensis; Semionotus; Sinolepidotus;.
Formation:
Phu Kradung Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Thailand.

 

75  Chalifa, Y., & E. Tchernov. 1982. Pachyamia latimaxillaris, new genus and species (Actinopterygii: Amiidae), from the Cenomanian of Jerusalem. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 2:269-285.
Age:
Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Amiidae; Caturidae (= Furidae, Euganthidae); Pholidophoridae;.
Genera and Species:
Pachyamia latimaxillaris Chalifa and Tchernov, 1982, p. 273; Enneles Jordan and Branner; Sinamia Stensiš; Ikechaoamia Liu; Amiopsis; Urocles; Vidalamia; Eugnathus; Furo nomandica; Megalurus; Liodesmus; Sinamia; Pachyamia; Amia;.
Formation:
Bet-Meir Fm.
Country and State/Province:
Israel;.

 

76  Chang, M., & D. Miao. 2004. An overview of Mesozoic fishes in Asia. pp. 535-563. IN: Arratia, G., & Tintori, A. (eds.), Mesozoic Fishes 3 Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 649 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Triassic-Triassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian/Turonian.
Higher Taxa:
Acipenceriformes (sic, Chang & Miao, 2004, p. 547); Acipenseriforms; Acrodontidae; amiiforms; archaeomaenids; Birgeriidae; birgerids; Ceratodontidae; ceratodontids; clupeomorphs; Coccolepidae; coccolepids; Coelacanthiformes; coelacanthiforms; Dictyopygidae; Edestidae; edestids; Evenkiidae; Galkinidae; Hybodontidae; hybodontiforms; ichthyodectiforms; Lycopteridae; Ospiiformes; Osteoglossomorpha; osteoglossomorphs; Paleoniscidae; Paleonisciformes; paleoniscoids; Peipiaosteidae; perleidids; Perleididae; Perleidiformes; Pholidophoridae; Pholidophoriformes; pholidophoriforms; Pholidopleuridae; Pholidopleuriformes; Polyacrodontidae; Polyodontidae; ptycholepids; pycnodontids; Salmoniformes; saurichthyids; Saurichthyidae; Saurichthyiformes; scanilepids; Scanilepidae; Scanilepiiformes; semionotids; Semionotidae; Semionotiformes; Siyuichthyidae; teleosts; Tungusichthyidae;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus; Acrodus bicrasseplicatus Xue, 1980; Alexandrichthys; Alexandrichthys shishkini; Alvinia serrata; Anaethalion langshanensis Su, 1963; Angarichthys rohoni Sychevskaya & Yakovlev, 1985; Aokiichthys changae; Aokiichthys praedorsalis; Aokiichthys otai; Aokiichthys toriyamai; Aokiichthys uyenoi; Arctosomus sibiricus; Arius; Asiatoceratodus sharovi (Vorobyeva, 1967); Asiatolepis Takai, 1943; Asteracanthus; Asteracanthus somanensis (Yabe, 1902); Baileichthys; Baileichthys antingensis Liu, 1955; Baleichthys; Baleichthys graciosus Rohon, 1890; Belichthys; Birgeria; Birgeria liui Jin, 2001; Bogdaichthys fukangensis; Boroichthys (Sychevskaya 2001c, = Stichopterus popovi Yakovlev, 1986); Caturus; Ceratodus; Ceratodus heshanggouensis Cheng, 1980; Ceratodus hislopianus; Ceratodus minor Liu & Yeh, 1957; Ceratodus shenmuensis Liu & Yeh, 1960; Ceratodus szechuanensis Young, 1942; Ceratodus youngi Liu & Yeh, 1957; Chandlerichthys strickeri; Chanos; Chetungichthys; Chetungichthys brevicephalus; Chuhsiungichthys; Chuhsiungichthys japonicus; Chuhsiungichthys tsanglingensis Lew, 1974; Chuhsiungichthys yanagidai; Chungkingichthys tachuensis Su, 1974; ?Clupavus; Clupea; ?Coccolepis; Coccolepis aniscowitchi Gorizdro-Kulzycka, 1926; Colobodus; Corax; Cretophareodes alberticus Li, 1996; Cteniolepidotrichia turfanensis Poplin & Su, 1992; Daqingshaniscus; Daqingshaniscus antingensis Chen, 1988; Diplomystus; Diplomystus altisomus; Diplomystus kokuraenis Uyeno, 1979; Diplomystus primotinus Uyeno, 1979; Dmitrevichthys sutaiensis Yakovlev, 1968; Dsungarichthys bilineatus; Duwaichthys mirabilis Liu et al., 1990; Enchodus; Eoperleidus bergi; Eoserranus; Evenkia; Evenkia eunoptera; Ferganiscus; Ferganiscus osteolepis; Fuchunkiangia chesiensis; Fukangichthys; Fukangichthys longidorsalis Su, 1978; Galkinia nuda Berg, 1949; Gurvanichthys mongoliensis Yakovlev, 1986; Hama macrostoma; Helicampdous; Helicoprion; Hengnania gracilis Wang, 1977a; Huashia; Huashia gracilis Chang & Chou, 1977; Huashia tungi (=L. tungi Ma, 1986); Hungkiichthys anni Liu & Wang, 1961; Hybodus; Hybodus antingensis Liu, 1962; Hybodus clavus Xue, 1980; Hybodus houtiensis Young, 1941; Hybodus huangnidanensis Wang, 1977b; Hybodus yohi Wang, et al., 2001; Hybodus youngi Liu, 1962; Hybodus zuodengensis Wang, et al., 2001; Ikechaoamia; Ikechaoamia meridonalis (Zhang & Zhang, 1980); Ikechaoamia orientalis Liu, 1961; Indocoelacanthus; Indocoelacanthus robustus Jain, 1974; Irenichthys; Irenichthys certus Yakovlev, 1968; Isurus; Jhingrania; Jialingichthys serratus Su, 1983c; Jiaohichthys pulchellus; Jiaquaunichthys liui Ma, 1984; Knightia yuyanga Liu, 1963; Kuntulunia longipterus Liu et al., 1985; Kuntulunnia (sic p. 552); Kuyangichthys microdus Liu et al., 1982; Lepidotes; Lepidotes chungkingensis Liu & Wang, 1961; Lepidotes deccanensis Sykes, 1851; Lepidotes luchouensis Wang, 1974; Lepidotes macropterus; Lepidotes yaonensis Su, 1980; Lepidotes xinjinensis Su, 1983b; Lepisoteus; Liaosteus; Liaosteus hongi Lu, 1995; Lissodus; Longdeichthys luojiaxiaensis Liu, 1982; Lycoptera; Lycoptera davidi (Sauvage, 1880); Lycoptera fragilis Hussakof, 1932; Lycoptera lungteensis; Lycoptera kansuensis; Lycoptera longicephalus; Lycoptera middendorffi MŸller, 1848; Lycoptera muroii; Lycoptera polyspondylus; Lycoptera sankeyushuensis; Lycoptera sinensis; Lycoptera tokunagai; Lycoptera wangi; Lycoptera woodwardi; Manasichthys tuguluensis Su, 1985; Manchurichthys Saito, 1936; Manchurichthys uwatokoi Saito, 1936; Megaperleidus lissolepis; Mesoclupea; Mesoclupea showchangensis Ping & Yen, 1933; Mesoplupea (sic Chang & Miao, 2004, pp. 550,552); Neobaleichthys chikuensis Su, 1985; Neolepidotes; Neolepidotes liaodongensis Jin, 1987; Neolepidotes yungkangensis; Nipponamia saitoi; Oshia; Oshia ferganica; Paleoniscinotus; Paleoniscinotus czekanovskii Rohon, 1890; Paleoniscinotus ningxiaensis Su, et al., 1997; Palaeoniscus sibiricus Rohon, 1889; Paraclupea; Paraclupea chetungensis; Paradapedium; Paradapedium egertoni (Sykes) IN: Bell, 1853; Paraleptolepis elegans; Paraleptolepis kikuchii; Paralycoptera; Paralycoptera wui Chang & Chou, 1977; Peipiaosteus; Peipiaosteus fengningensis Bal, 1983; Peipiaosteus pani Liu & Zhou, 1965; Perleidus jiangsuensis Qian et al., 1997; Perleidus woodwardi; Perleidus yangtzensis Su, 1981; Phareodus; Pholidophorus; Pholidophorus kingii; Pholidophorus indicus Yadagiri & Prasad, 1977; Pholidophorus netchkini Gorizdro-Kulzycka, 1926; Pingolepis polyurocentralis; Plesiococcolepis hunanensis Wang, 1977b; Plesiofuro mingshuica Su, 1993; Plesiolycoptera; Plesioperleidus dayeensis Su, 1983a; Polyacrodus; Polyacrodus minimus; Polyacrodus tiangdonensis Wang, et al., 2001; Protopsephurus; Protopsephurus liui Lu, 1994; Pteroniscus; Pteroniscus turkestanensis (Gorizdro-Kulzycka, 1926); Ptychodus; Pulinia baojiatunensis; Pycnodus; Saurichthys; Saurichthys acuminatus; Saurichthys apicalis (Sahni & Chhabra, 1976; Saurichthys huanshenensis Chou & Liu, 1957; Saurichthys madagasgarensis (sic pp. 539, 540, 556); Saurichthys orientalis; Scanilepis; Semionotus; Shuniscus; Shuniscus longianalis Su, 1983; Sinamia; Sinamia chinhuanensis Zhejiang Museum, 1976; Sinamia huananensis; Sinamia luozigouensis Li, 1984; Sinamia poyangica (Su & Li, 1990); Sinamia zdanskyi Stensiš, 1935; Sinkiangichthys longipectoralis Liu, 1958; Sinocoelacanhus (sic p. 546); Sinocoelacanthus fengshanensis Liu, 1964; Sinoeugnathus kueichowensis Su, 1959; Sinohelicoprion qomolangma Zhang, 1976; Sinolepidotus; Sinolepidotus chekiangensis; Sinolycoptera Yakovlev, 1965; Sinosemionotus urumchii Yuan & Koh, 1936; Sixtelia asiatica; Siyuichthys ornatus Su, 1985; Sphaerosteus sharovi Yakovlev, 1968; Stichopterus; Stichopterus gracilis (Rohon, 1890); Stichopterus woodwardi Reis, 1910; Sungarichthys longicephalus Takai, 1942; Sunolepis yumenensis Liu, 1957; Tanichthys ningjiagouensis Jin, 1991; Tanaocrossus; Terskeya echinoides; Tetragonolepis; Tetragonolepis oldhami Egerton, 1878; Tibetodus gyrodoides Young & Liu, 1954; Tonghuaichthys sanyuanpuensis Ma & Sun, 1988; Tongxinichthys microdus Ma, 1980; Triassodus; Triassodus yanchangensis Su, 1984; Tungusichthys; Tungusichthys acentrophoroides; Tungusichthys dejugini; Turgoniscus; Turgoniscus reissi Yakovlev, 1968; Turseodus; Uighuroniscus sinkiangensis Su, 1985; Wakinoichthys; Wakinoichthys aokii; Wakinoichthys robustus; Wayobulepis zichzngensis Su, 1999; Weixiniscus microlepis Su, 1994; Wukungia huoyanshanensis; Xenacanthus; Xingshikous; Xingshikous xishanensis Liu, 1988; Yanbiania wangqingica Li, 1987; Yanosteus; Yanosteus longidorsalis Jin et al., 1995; Yuchoulepis gansuensis Su, 1993; Yuchoulepis szechuanensis Su, 1974; Yungkangichthys; Yungkangichthys hsitanensis; Yungkangichthys macrodon; Zaxilepis qinglongensis Su, 1994;.
Formation:
Adoyama Fm.; Anting Fm.; Argun Fm.; Ariyalur Beds; Bagh Beds; Baojiatun Fm.; Burgarikta Fm.; Ceratite Beds; Chandler Fm.; Chiku Fm.; Chinle Fm.; Daido Series; Dalazi Fm.; Falang Fm.; Galgatai Fm.; Gangapur Fm.; Gurvan-Eren Fm.; Haifanggou Fm.; Heki Fm.; Heshanggou Fm.; Huai Hin Lat Fm.; Jehol Group; Khoh Kruat Fm.; Kota Fm.; Kuangyuan Group; Kutinskian Fm.; Kwanmon Group; Lameta Fm.; Liaoning Fm.; Livingston Group; Lom Sak Fm.; Long Binh Fm.; Luolou Fm.; Maleri Fm.; Mine Group; Mitatai Fm.; Mogotuin Fm.; Momonoki Fm.; Morrison Fm.; Nakanasawa Fm.; Nakatsuka Fm.; Nemegt Fm.; Newark Supergroup; Nirannohama Fm.; Numamachi Fm.; Oldman Fm.; Paomagang Fm.; Pondicherry Beds; Qinglong Fm.; Quloggongba Fm.; Phu Kradung Fm.; Raghavapurum Mudstone; Rajmahal Beds; Sao Khua Fm.; Shachimiao Fm.; Shengchinkou Fm.; Subathu Beds; Taho Fm.; Tongchuan Fm.; Trans-Deccan Straits; Tsagan-Tsab Fm.; Turginskian Fm.; Waruishi Fm.; Xingshigou Fm.; Xujiahe Fm.; Yan'an Fm.; Yaojie Fm.; Yefbie Fm.; Yerrapalli Fm.; Zhaogou Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Australia; Canada: Alberta; British Columbia; China; India; Indonesia; Inner Mongolia; Japan: Kyoto; Honshu; Inner Mongolia; Kashmir; Kazakhstan; Kirghizstan; Korea; Kyusha; Madagascar; MIsool Island; Mongolia; Myangad; Pakistan; Siberia; Sweden; Thailand; Tibet; USA: Alaska; Montana; Ust Baeli; Vietnam;.

 

77  Chang, M.-m., & C.-c. Chow. 1986. Stratigraphic and geographic distributions of the Late Mesozoic and Cenozoic fishes of China. pp. 529-539. IN: Uyeno, T., Arai, R., Taniuchi, T., Matusuura, K. (ed.) Indo-Pacific Fish Biology: proceedings of the Second International Conference on Indo-Pacific Fishes. Ichthyological Society of Japan, Tokyo, Japan
Age:
Mesozoic; Jurassic; Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrosteidae; Coccolepidae; Amiidae; Osteoglossomorpha; Osteoglossoidea; Semionotidae; Amiidae; Ichthyodectiformes; Paraclupeidae; Chanidae; Selachii; Salmoniformes; Hiodontidae;.
Genera and Species:
Asiatolepis; Coccolepis; Sinamia; Hamia; Huashia; Ikechaoamia; Jinlingichthys; Kuyangichthys; Kuntulunia; Longteichthys; Longteichthys; Lycoptera; Manchurichthys; Mesoclupea; Neolepidotes; Paraclupea; Paralycoptera; Peipiaosteus; Pingolepis; Plesiolycoptera; Sinolepidotes; Sungarichthys; Tongxinichthys;
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
China: Liaonintg; Hebei; Jilin; Gansu; Inner Mongolia; Shanxi; Shandong; Ningxia; Zheijiang; Anhui; Jiangxi; Fujian; Heilongjiang; Jilin;.

 

78  Chang, M.-m., & F. Jin. 1996. Mesozoic fish faunas of China. pp. 461-478. 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.
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;.
Higher Taxa:
Paleoniscidae, Acrolepidae, Perleididae, Saurichthyidae, Redfieldiidae, Edestidae, Peltopleuridae, Furidae, Semionotidae, Hybodontidae, Pholidophoridae, ? Scanilepidae, Coccolepidae, Archaeomaenidae, Ceratodontidae, Ptycholepidae, Chungkinichyidae, Pycnodontidae, Uighuroniscidae, Siyuichthyidae, Peipiaosteidae, Sinamiidae, Lycopteridae, Kuyangichthyidae, Hiodontidae, Huashiidae, Paraclupeidae, Clupeidae.
Genera and Species:
Asialepidotus shingyiensis Su, 1959, Boreosomus sp., Ceratodus heshanggourensis Cheng 1980, Ceratodus szechuanensis Young, 1942, Ceratodus shenmuensis Liu & Yeh, 1960, Ceratodus youngi Liu & Yeh, 1957, Cteniolepidotrichia sp., Cteniolepidotichia tufanensis Poplin & Su, 1992, Duwaichthys mirabilis Liu et ali, 1990, Gyrolepis sp., Palaeoniscum sp., Peltopleurus orientalis Su, 1959, Perleidus cf. woodwardi Steniš, Perleidus yangtzensis Su, 1981, Plesioperleidus dayeensis Su & Li, 1983, Saurichthys huanshenensis Chou & Liu, 1957, Sinkiangichthys longipectoralis Liu et ali, 1990, Sinocoelacanthus fengshanensis Liu, 1964, Sinohelicoprion changhsingensis, Sinoeugnathus kueichowensis Su, 1959, Hybodus youngi Liu, 1962, Sinosemionotus urumchii Yuan & Koh, 1936, Shuniscus lingianalis Su, 1983, Jialingichthys serratus Su 1983, Hybodus houtiensis Young, 1941, Fukangichthys longidorsalis Su, 1978, Triassodus yanchangensis Su, 1984, Plesiococcolepis hunanensis Wang, 1977, Hengnania gracilis Wang, 1977, Plesiofuro mingshuica Su, 1993, Xingshikous xishanensis Liu, 1988, Yuchoulepis szechuanensis Su, 1974, Lepidotes luchouensis Wang 1974, Hungkiichhys anni Liu & Wang, 1961, Neobaleiichthys chikuensis Su, 1985, Hybodus clavus Xue, 1980, Hybodus antingnsis Liu, 1962, Daqingshaniscus longiventralis Chen, 1988, Baleiichthys antingensis Liu, 1955, Hybodus huangnidanensis Wang, 1977, Ceratodus minor Liu & Yeh, 1957, Tibetodus gyrodoides Young & Liu, 1954, Uighuroniscus sinkiangensis Su, 1985, Siyuichthys ornatus Su, 1985, Siyuichthys pulchellus Su, 1985, Wukungia huoyanhshanensis Su, 1985, Dsungarichthys bilineatus Su, 1985, Bogdaichthys fukangensis Su, 1985, Bogdaichthys serratus Su, 1985, Manasichthys tuguluensis Su, 1985, Manasichthys elongatus Su, 1985, Sunolepis yumanensis Liu, 1957, Peipiaosteus pani Liu & Zhou, 1965, Peipiaosteus fengningensis Bai, 1983, Neolepidoptes liaodongensis Jin, 1987, Sinamia zdanskyi Stensiš, 1935, Ikechaoamia orientalis Liu, 1961, Lycoptera davidi(Sauvage), Lycoptera tokunagai Saito, 1936, Lycoptera muroii (Takai), Lycoptera polyspondylous Liu et ali1963, Lycoptera sinensis Woodward, 1901, Lycoptera kansuensis Grabau, 1928, Lycoptera woodwardi Grabau, 1928, Lycoptera cf.woodwardi Grabau, 1928, Lycoptera lungteensis Liu et ali, 1963, Lycoptera wangi Gaudant, 1965, Lycoptera sankeyushuensis (Ma & Son, 1988), Tongxinichthys microdus Ma, 1980, Changichthys dalingehnsis Su, 1991, Jinanichthys longicephalus (=Lycoptera longicephalus Liu et ali , 1963), Kuyangichthys microdus Liu, 1982, Tanolepis ningjiagouensis Jin, 1991 (formerly Tanichthys ningjiagouensis), Suziichthys xinbinensis Su, 1992, Paralycoptera changi Ma & Sun, 1988, Nieerkunia liae Su, 1992, Huashia gracilis Chang & Chou, 1977, Huashia tungi (= Lycoptera tungi Liu et ali, 1963, Kuntulunia longipterus Liu et ali 1982, Tonghuaichthys sanyuanpuensisMa & Sun, 1988, Longdeichthys luojiaxiaensis Liu, 1982, Anaethalion langshanensis Su, 1963, Sinolepidotus chekiangensis Wei, 1976, Neolepidotes yungkangensis Chang& Chou, 1977, Sinamia huananensis SU, 1973, Sinamia chinhuanensis Wei, 1976, Ikechaoamia meridionalis Zhang & Zhang, 1980, Chetungichthys brevicephalus Chang & Chou, 1977, Paralycoptera wui Chang & Chou, 1977, Yungkangichthys hsitanensis Chang & Chou, 1977, Huashia gracilis chang & Chou, 1977, Paraclupeachetungensis du, 1950, Mesoclupea showchangensis Ping & Yen, 1933, Fuchunkiangia chesiensis Chang & Chou, 1977, Pingolepis polyrocentalis Chang & Chou, 1977, Lepidotes xinjinensis Su, 1983, Lepidotes yaoanensis Su, 1980, Chuhsiungichthys tsanglingensis Lew, 1974, Sinamia louzigouensis Li, 1984, Yanbiania wangqingica Li, 1987, Manchurichthys uwatokoi Saito, 1936, Jiaohichthys pulchellus Ma, 1983, Pulinia baojiatunensis Ma, 1983, Sungarichthys longicephalus (Takai, 1942), Jilinichthys rapax Zhou, 1976, Hama macrostoma Zhou, 1976, Plesiolycoptera daqingensis Zhang & Zhou, 1976, Knightia yuyanga Liu, 1963.
Formation:
TCM, Qilingou of Henshan, Xingxian, Pishan, Quitai, Hexian, Huangshi, Fenshan, Dingri, Xingyi, Yanchang, Urumqi, Hechuan, Anning, Huangshanjie, Yaoxian, Nielamu, Hengnan, Mingshui, Western Hills, Shenmu, Weiyuan, Shachimiao, Tzeliuching, Hongqi, Chiku, Yaojie, Anting, Zhaogou, Anting, Tangjiawu, Qianfoyan Series, Guanyuan Group, Dalazi, Baojiatum, Nenjiang, Nenjiang, Paomagang, Changdu, Shengchinkow, Dalazi, Baojiatun, Nenjiang, Paomagang.
Country and State/Province:
China.

 

79  Chen, X. 1988. A new palaeoniscoid fish from Shiguai Group of Nei Mongol. Vertebrata Palasiatica 26:90-100.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Middle (Dogger).
Higher Taxa:
Family Incertae sedis.
Genera and Species:
Daqingshaniscus lingiventralis Chen, 1988, p. 90.
Formation:
Zhaogou.
Country and State/Province:
Nei Mongol.

 

80  Cifelli, R. L., J. D. Gardner, R. L. Nydam, A. Weil, J. G. Eaton, J. I. Kirkland, & S. K. Madsen. 1998 In press. Medial Cretaceous vertebrates from the Cedar Mountain Formation, Emery County: the Mussentuchit Local Fauna. IN: Gillette, D. (ed.) Fossil Vertebrates of Utah. Utah Geological Survey
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic, Cretaceous-Cretaceous.
Higher Taxa:
semionotids.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Cedar Mountain.
Country and State/Province:
Utah.

 

81  Cione, A. L. 1999. First report of a Jurassic ray outside of Europe. pp. 21-28. IN: Arratia, G., & Schultze, Hans-Peter (ed.) Mesozoic Fishes 2: Systematics and the Fossil Record. Proceedings of the International Meeting Buckow, 1997. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 604 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes; semionotiform; pachycoryiform; Batomorphii Cappetta, 1980;.
Genera and Species:
ray; Spathobatis bugesiacus; Belemnobatis morinicus; Belemnobatis sismondae; Asterodermus platypterus; Lepidotes maximus (Aramayo, 1981); Notodectes argentinus (Dolgopol de Saez, 1949); Belonostomus; Tharsis;.
Formation:
TCM; Vaca Muerta Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Argentina; France; Germany;.

 

82  Cione, A. L. 2001. A new Ray from the Jurassic of South America. p. 18. IN: Tintori, A. (ed.). III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. UNIMI, Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian.
Higher Taxa:
rhinobathid.
Genera and Species:
Spathobatis; Belemnobatis; Asterodermus; Iansan; Spathobatis bugesiacus; Belemnobatis morinicus; Belemnobatis sismondae; Asterodermus platypterus;.
Formation:
Vaca Muerta Fm.
Country and State/Province:
Argentina; Germany; England; Spain; France;.

 

83  Cione, A. L., & F. Medina. 1987. A record of Notidanodon pectinatus (Chondrichthyes, Hexanchiformes) in the Upper Cretaceous of the Antarctic Peninsula. Mesozoic Res. 1:79-88.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes; Hexanchidae; Hexanchiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Eonotidanus Pfeil, 1983; Eonotidanus arzoensis (De Beaumont); Notidanodon Cappetta, 1975; Notidanodon dentatus (Woodward); Notidanonon loozi; Notidanodon pectinatus (Agassiz, 1843); Notidanonon pectinatus (Agassiz, 1843) sic Cione & Medina, 1987, p. 82; Notidanus MŸnster, 1842; Notidanus dentatus Woodward; Notidanus intermedius Wagner, 1861; Notidanus lanceolatus Woodward, 1886, p. 214; Notidanus pectinatus Agassiz, 1843, p. 221; Notidanus serratus (Fraas, 1885); Notorhynchus pectinatus (Agassiz); Paraheptranchias Pfeil, 1983; Weltonia Ward, 1978;.
Formation:
TCM; L—pez de Bertodano Fm.; Moreno Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Antarctica; Denmark; Germany; New Zealnd; U.K.: England; USA: California;.

 

84  Cleason, K., & M. Gottfried. 2005. Earliest record of the Eagle Ray Aetobatus (Rajiformes), Late Cretaceous of Mali, and a new look at Myliobatine interrelationships. pp. 71-74. IN: Extended Abstracts. Fourth International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics, Homology, and Nomenclature. Poyato-Ariza, F. J. (ed.). Ediciones Universidad Aut—noma de Madrid, Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain August 8th-14th, 2005. 310 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Gymnuridae; Myliobatidae; Myliobatine; Rajiformes;.
Genera and Species:
 Aetobatus;  Aetobatus arcuatus;  Brachyrhizodus wichtaensis;  Cretolamna maroccana;  Myliobatus dixoni;  Myliobatus toliapicus;  Schizorhiza stromeri;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
AFRICA: Mali;.

 

85  Clement, G. 2005. A new coelacanth (Actinistia, Sarcopterygii) from the Jurassic of France, and the question of the closest relative fossil to Latimeria. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25:481-491.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinistia Cope, 1871; Latimeriidae Berg, 1940; Latimerioidei Schultze, 1993; Latimeroidei; Osteichthyes Huxley, 1880; Sarcopterygii Romer, 1955;.
Genera and Species:
Allenypterus; Axelrodichthys; Caridosuctor; Chinlea; Coccoderma; Coelacanthus madagascariensis (Woodward, 1910); Diplocercoides; Diplurus; Garnbergia; Hadronector; Holophagus; Indocoelacanthus; Laugia; Libys; Macropomoides (Forey, 1998); Macropoma lewesiensis (Forey, 1998); Macropoma mantelli (Woodward, 1909); Macropoma praecursor (Forey, 1998, p. 83); Macropoma willemoesii (Lambers, 1996); Macropoma speciosum (Forey, 1998); Mawsonia; Mawsonia tegamensis; Mawsonia gigas; Piveteauia; Polyosteorhynchus; Rhabdoderma; Sassenia; Undina; Undina cirinensis (Reis, 1888); Undina pencillata; Wenzia Clement, 2005, p. 482; Wenzia latimerae Clement, 2005, p. 482; Whiteia;.
Formation:
Solnhofen Limestone;.
Country and State/Province:
Germany; Morocco;.

 

86  ClŽment, G. 2006. Swenzia, n. nov., a replacement name for the preoccupied coelacanth genus Wenzia ClŽment, 2005. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26:461.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinistia Cope, 1871; Latimeriidae Berg, 1940; Latimerioidei Schultze, 1993, p. 660; Osteichthyes Huxley, 1880; Sarcopterygii Romer, 1955;.
Genera and Species:
Swenzia ClŽment, 2006, p. 461; Swenzia latimerae (ClŽment, 2005, p. 482); Wenzia latimerae ClŽment, 2005, p. 482;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
France;.

 

87  Cocke, J. 2002. Fossil Shark Teeth of the World: A Collector's Guide. Lamna Books, Torrance, California, 150 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Archaeolamna kopingrnsis; Carcharias; Cretodus arcuata; Cretolamna serrata; Helicoprion bessonowi; Heterodontus; Hexanchus microdon; Hybodus; Lamna appendiculata; Lamna biauriculata; Odontaspis; Otodus appendiculata; Oxyrhina mantelli; Paraorthacodus; Plicatolamna arcuata; Ptychodus polygyrus; Ptychodus whipplei; Squalicorax falcatus; Squalicorax kaupi; Squalicorax pristodontus;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Morocco; UK: England; USA: Kansas; Mississippi; Montana; Texas;.

 

88  Cockerell, T. D. A. 1925. The affinities of the fish Lycoptera middendorffi. Bulletin of the american Museum of Natural History 11:313-317.
Age:
Cretaceous-Cretaceous Lower; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias); Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian;.
Higher Taxa:
Leptolepid¾; Pholidophorid¾; Oligopleurid¾;.
Genera and Species:
Lycoptera middendorffi; Leptolepis; Thrissops; Leptolepis dubius (Blainville); Leptolepis coryphaenoides (Bronn); Ascalabos Munster; Kamatolepis; Thrissops formosus Agassiz; Ichthyodectes; Hypsodon; Amia; Engraulicypris; Lycoptera sinensis Woodward; Prolebias davidi Sauvage, 1880;.
Formation:
Ondai Sair Formation; Lithographic Stone;.
Country and State/Province:
Mongolia; Bavaria, Germany; China; England, United Kingdom;.

 

89  Cope, E. D. 1871. [Remarks on Asteracanthus Ag., from New Jersey, and Labidesthes Cope, from Tennessee]. Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. 11:439-440.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
fishes.
Genera and Species:
Asteracanthus.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
New Jersey.

 

90  Cuny, G. 1995. Evolution des faunes de vertŽbrŽs ˆ la limite Trias-Jurassique: apports de la Lorraine. Bulletin de la SociŽtŽ belge de GŽologie 104:55-65.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic,.
Higher Taxa:
Palaeonisciformes; Pycnodontiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Birgeria; Ceratodus kaupi; Colobodus; Gyrolepis; Hybodus; Hybodus cloacinus; Lissodus; Lissodus minimus; Myriacanthus paradoxus; Nemacanthus monilifer; Palaeobates; Paralepidotus; Perleidus; Ptychoceratodus phillipsi; Rhomphaiodon; Rhomphaiodon nicolensis; Sargodon; Saurichthys; Severnichthys;.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
France; Luxembourg;.

 

91  Cuny, G. 1996. La crise biologique ˆ la transition Trias-Jurassique. Pour La Science 219:46-54.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic-Early.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province
.

 

92  Cuny, G. 1997. Radiation of Neoselachian sharks in the Upper Triassic of Western Europe. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 17:40A.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes.
Genera and Species:
Hybodus minor; Lissodus; Pseudocetorhinus pickfordi; Synechodus rhaeticus;.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Western Europe.

 

93  Cuny, G., & M. J. Benton. 1998. Early radiations of the Neoselachian sharks. Paleodiversifications:17.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late-Carnian; Triassic-Triassic Late-Norian; Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes; Neoselachii; Teleostei;.
Genera and Species:
Hybodus; Hybodus minor; Pseudocetorhinus pickfordi; Synechodus rhaeticus;.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
France; Luxembourg; Turkey;.

 

94  Cuny, G., & M. J. Benton. 1999. Early radiation of the Neoselachian sharks in Western Europe. Geobios 32:193-204.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late-Carnian; Triassic-Triassic Late-Norian; Triassic-Triassic Late-Rhaetian; Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Carchariniformes; Caturidae; Chondrichthyes; Ctenacanthoidea; Dapediidae; Galea; Heterodontiformes; Hybodontidae; Hybodontiformes; Hybodontoidea; Macrosemiidae; Neopterygii; Neoselachii; Orectolobiformes; Paleospinacidae Regan, 1906; Pristidae; Pristiophoridae; Pseudodalatiidae Reif, 1978a; Pycnodontiformes; Sclerorhynchidae; Semionotidae; Squalea; Synechodontifomes; Teleostei;.
Genera and Species:
Doratodus; Doratodus tricuspidatus Schmid, 1861; Grozonodon candaui (Cuny et al., 1998); Hemipristis lavigniensis; Heterodontus; Hueneichthys costatus; Hybodus; Hybodus minor (Cuny, 1998); Lissodus; Nemacanthus monilifer; Onchoselache; Palaeobates; Palaeospinax Egerton, 1872; Palaeospinax priscus; Palaeospinax rhaeticus; Paraorthacodus; Polyacrodus; Polyacrodus holwellensis; Pseudocetorhinus pickfordi (Duffin, 1998a); Pseudodalatias; Pseudodalatias barnstonensis (Sykes, 1971); Raineria; Raineria osswaldi Cappetta, 1987; Reifia; Reifia minuta; Rhomphaiodon nicolensis Duffin, 1993; Synechodus; Synechodus incrementum (Johns, et al., 1997); Synechodus multinodosus; Synechodus rhaeticus (Duffin, 1982); Synechodus volaticus; Tristychius; Vallisia; Vallisia coppi Duffin, 1982;.
Formation:
TCM; Westbury Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Belgium; Canada: British Columbia; France; Germany; Italy; Luxembourg; Western Europe; Turkey; U.K.: England; USA: Nevada;.

 

95  Cuny, G., J.-M. Mazin, & R. Rauscher. 1994. Saint-Germain-Les-Arlay: Un nouveau site Rhetien date par la palynologie et l'etude des vertebres dans le departement du Jura (France). Revue de PalŽobiologie 14:35-48.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
France.

 

96  Cuny, G., & J. Rees. 2003. Is Agaleus a stem-group neoselachian? pp. 101-111. IN: Axheimer, N., & Terfelt, F. (eds.). Lundadagarna i Historisk Geologi och Paleontologi VIII 17-18 th of March, 2003, Meeting Proceedings. Vol. GFF 125. Paleontology Lund University, Lund University, Lund, Sweden. 103 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Galea; Squalea;.
Genera and Species:
Agaleus; Agaleus dorsetensis; Doratodus;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Belgium; Denmark; France; Germany; Sweden; U.K.: England;.

 

97  Cuny, G., V. Suteethorn, & E. Buffetaut. 2004. Freshwater hybodont sharks from Lower Cretaceous of Thailand. pp. 15-26. IN: Martin, R. A., & MacKinlay, D. (eds.). Biology and Conservation of Freshwater Elasmobranchs Symposium Proceedings, International Congress on the Biology of fish. Vol. www.fishbiologycongress.org. Physiology Section, American Fisheries Society, Tropical Hotel Resort, Manaus Brazil, August 1-5, 2004.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838; Hybodontidae Owen, 1846; Hybodontiformes Maisey, 1987; Hybodontinae Maisey, 1989; Lonchidiidae; Ptychodontidae Jaekel, 1898;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus; Asiadontus; Asteracanthus; Bdellodus; Egertonodus; Hamiltonichthys; Heteroptychodus Yabe & Obata, 1930; Heteroptychodus steinmanni Yabe & Obata, 1930; Hybodus Agassiz, 1837; Hybodus brevicostatus; Hylaeobatis; Lissodus; Lonchidion; Palaeobates; Priohybodus; Ptychodus whipplei (Williamson, et ali., 1993); Thaiodus Cappetta, Buffetaut & Suteethorn, 1990; Thaiodus ruchae Cappetta, Buffetaut & Suteethorn, 1990; Tribodus;.
Formation:
Khok Kruat Fm.; Phu Kradung Fm.; Sao Khua Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Cambodia; Ethiopia; Laos; Thailand; Tibet; U.K.;.

 

98  Cuny, G., V. Suteethorn, E. Buffetaut, & M. Ouaja. 2001. Freshwater hybodont sharks in the Aptian-Albian of Tunisia and Thailand. Bulletin de la SociŽtŽ d'Etude des Sciences Naturelles D'Elbeuf 2001:27-28.
Age:
Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Valanginian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Hauterivian;.
Higher Taxa:
hybodonts; cretoxyrhinid neoselachians;.
Genera and Species:
Thaiodus; Hybodus; Heteroptychodus; Tribodus; Priohybodus; Pororhiza; Acrodus; Asteracanthus; Lissodus; Palaeobates; Polyacrodus; Steinbachodus; Doratodus; Raineria; Pseudodalatias; Egertonodus; Hylaeobatis; Ptychodus; Heteroptychodus; Onchopristis;.
Formation:
Khok Kruat Fm.; Chenini Fm.; Sao Khua Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Thailand; Tibet: Tunisia; Japan; Brazil; Asia; Africa;.

 

99  Cuny, G., V. Suteethorn, E. Buffetaut, & M. Ouaja. 2001. Freshwater Hybodont sharks in the Aptian-Albian of Tunisia and Thailand. pp. 9-10. Abstract. IN: Harper, D. A. T. (ed.), 45th Annual Meeting of the Palaeontological Association. Vol. 2001. Geological Museum University of Copenhagen.
Age:
Triassic; Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian;.
Higher Taxa:
Hybodontiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Heteroptychodus; Hybodus; Pororhiza; Priohybodus; Thaiodus; Thaoidus; Tribodus;.
Formation:
Chenini Fm.; Khok Kruat Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Africa; Thailand; Tunisia;.

 

100         Cuny, G., V. Suteethorn, E. Buffetaut, & M. Philippe. 2003. Hybodont sharks from the Mesozoic Khjorat Group of Thailand. Mahasarakham University Journal 22:49-68.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Triassic-Triassic Middle; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Acrodontinae Maisey, 1989; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838; Hybodontidae Owen, 1846; Hybodontiformes Maisey, 1987; Hybodontinae Maisey, 1989; Lonchidiidae Herman, 1977; Ptychodontidae Jackel, 1898; Steinobachodontidae Reif, 1980;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus Agassiz, 1837; Acrodus spitzbergensis; Asiadontus; Asteracanthus; Bdellodus; Egernotodus; Hamiltonichthys; Heteroptychodus Yabe & Obata, 1930; Heteroptychodus steinmanni Yabe & Obata, 1930; Hylaeobatis; Hybodus Agassiz, 1837; Hybodus brevicostatus; Lissodus; Lonchidion; Paleobates; Priohybodus; Ptychodus; Ptychodus rugosus (Cappetta, 1987); Ptychodus whipplei (Williamson et ali, 1993; Steinbachodus; Thaiodus Cappetta, Buffetaut & Suteethorn, 1990; Thaiodus ruchae Cappetta, Buffetaut & Suteethorn, 1990; Tribodus;.
Formation:
Khok Kruat Fm.; Phitsamoulok Fm.; Phu Kradung Fm.; Sao Khua Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Egypt; Ethiopia; Japan; Kirghisia; Mongolia; Spitzbergan; Thailand; Tibet; U.K.; USA: Nevada;.

 

101         Cuny, G., V. Suteethorn, & S. Kamha. 2005. A review of the hybodont sharks from the Mesozoic of Thailand. pp. 588-593. IN: International Conference on Geology, Geotechnology and Mineral Resources of Indochina (GEOINDO 2005). GEOINDO, Khon Kaen, Thailand.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Late-Tithonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Berriasian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian;.
Higher Taxa:
Acrodontinae Casier, 1959; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838; Hybodontidae Owen, 1846; Hybodontinae Owen, 1846; Hybodontiformes Maisey, 1987; Lonchidiidae Herman, 1977; Ptychodontidae Jaekel, 1898;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus; Asiadontus; Asteracanthus Agassiz, 1837; Hamiltonichthys; Heteroptychodus Yabe & Obata, 1930; Heteroptychodus steinmanni Yabe & Obata, 1930; Hybodus Agassiz, 1839 (sic p. 588); Hybodus Agassiz, 1837; Isanodus Cuny, et ali (in press); Isanodus paladeji Cuny, et ali (in press); Lissodus; Lonchidion Estes, 1964; Lonchidion khoratensis cuny, et ali (2005, in press); Palaeobates; Parvodus Rees & Underwood, 2002; Polyacrodus; Ptychodus; Thaiodus Cappetta, Buffetaut, & Suteethorn, 1990; Thaiodus ruchae Cappetta, Buffetaut, & Suteethorn, 1990;.
Formation:
Huai Hin Fm.; Khok Kruk Fm.; Khlong Min Fm.; Phu Kradung Fm.; Sao Khua Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Japan; Thailand;.

 

102         Cuny, G., V. Suttethorn, E. Buffetaut, & M. Ouaja. 2001. Freshwater hybodont sharks in the Aptian-Albian of Tunisia and Thailand. p. 9. IN: Harper, D. A. T. (ed.). Abstracts 45th Annual Meeting. Vol. The Palaeontological Association Newsletter Number 48. The Palaeontological Association, University of Copenhagen. 52 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
hybodonts.
Genera and Species:
Heteroptychodus; Hybodus; Porohiza; Priohybodus; Thaiodus; Tribodus;.
Formation:
Chenini Fm.; Khok Kruat Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Africa; Thailand; Tunisia;.

 

103         Cvancara, A. M., & J. W. Hoganson. 1993. Vertebrates of the Cannonball Formation (Paleocene) in North and South Dakota. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 13:1-23.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinopterygii; Carcharhiniformes; Carchariidae; Chimaeriformes; Dasyatidae; Edaphodontidae; Elasmobranchii; Elopiformes; Hexanchidae; Hexanchiformes; Holocephali; Lamniformes; Lepisosteidae; Lepisosteiformes; Myliobatiformes; Osteichthyes; Otodontidae Glikman, 1964a; Palaeospinacidae; Perchiformes sic Cvancara & Hoganson, 1993, p. 15; Pterothrissidae; Triakidae;.
Genera and Species:
Dasyatis Rafinesque, 1810; Elasmodus Egerton, 1843; Ischyodus Egerton, 1843; Notorynchus Ayres, 1855; Otodus Agassiz, 1843; Otodus obliquus Agassiz, 1843; Palaeogaleus Gurr, 1962; Paraorthacodus GlŸckman, 1957; Pterothrissus; Squalus Linnaeus, 1758;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

104         Darton, N. H. 1899. Jurassic formations of the Black Hills of South Dakota. Bulletin Geological Society of America 10:383-396.
Age:
Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
discovery of fishes in the Sundance Formation, Jurassic.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Sundance.
Country and State/Province:
South Dakota.

 

105         David, L. R. 1957. Fishes (other than Agnatha)-Annotated Bibliography. Geological Society of America, Memoir, Pages.
Age:
Cretaceous; Jurassic; Triassic.
Higher Taxa:
Halosauridae; Dipnoi; coelacanths; palaeoniscids; catopterids; Chondrostei; Leptosomus; Diplomystus; berycomorph; Stomiatidae; Dercetidae; acanthopterygians; scopeloids; Saurichthyidae;.
Genera and Species:
Tomognathus;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Greenland; Africa; Brazil; Europe; Timor; Italy; Madagascar; California; New Jersey; Australia; England; Venezuela;.

 

106         de Carvalho, M. R. 2002. REVIEW OF: Mesozoic Fishes 2. Systematics and Fossil Record. Proceedings of the International Meeting, Buckow, 1997. Gloria Arratia and Hans-Peter Schultze (eds.). 1999. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil. Wolfratshauser Stra§e 27, D-81379 MŸnchen. Tel.:+49-89-7428270; FAX:+49-89-7242772. ISBN 3-931516-48-2. 604 p. p. US$182.50 (hardcover). Copeia 2002:532-535.
Age:
Mesozoic; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Triassic;.
Higher Taxa:
holocephalians; pycnodonts; Mesturidae; semionotiforms; ichthyodectiform; aspidorhynchids; percopsiform; paracanthopterygian; osteoglossomorphs; varasichthyids,.
Genera and Species:
Squaloraja; Metopacanthus; Pucapampella; Dapedium; Prohalecites; Aspidorhynchus arawaki; Tongxinichthys; Anaethalion angustus; Pholidophorus bechei; Leptolepis coryphaenoides; Mesturus; Watsonulus; Orthogonikleithrus;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Bolivia; Niger; Cuba; North America; New Zealand; China; Siberia; Switzerland; Spain; Morocco; Chile; Germany; France; Italy;.

 

107         de Carvalho, M. R. 2004. A Late Cretaceous thornmack ray from southern Italy, with a phylogenetic reappraisal of the Platyrhinidae (Chondrichthyes: Batoidea). Pp. 75-100. IN: Arratia, G., & Tintori, A. (eds.), Mesozoic Fishes 3 Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 649 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malmo)-Kimmeridgian/Tithonian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malmo)-Tithonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Batoidea sensu Compagno, 1973; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; guitarfishes; Platyrhinidae Jordan, 1923; sclerorhynchids; skates; cyclobatids; Myliobatiformes; Rajiformes; Torpediniformes;.
Genera and Species:
 Asterodermus;  Belemnobatis;  Cyclobatis major;  Cyclobatis oligodactylus;  Hypolophodon;  Pararaja;  Platyrhina gigantea (Blainville);  Protoplatyrhina renae Case Raja davisi; Rhina;  Rhinobatos maronita; Rhynchobatus;  Spathobatis;  Tethybatis de Carvalho, 2004;  Tethybatis selachoides de Carvalho, 2004, p. 80;.
Formation:
"Calcare di Melissano" Fm.; Sahel Alma; Santana Fm.; Vaca MUerta Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Italy: Puglia, near Nardo; Lebanon; France; Deutschland: Bavaria; Brazil; Argentina; USA.

 

108         de Carvalho, M. R., & J. G. Maisey. 1996. The phylogenetic relationship of the Late Jurassic shark Protospinax Woodward 1919 (Chondrichthyes: Elasmobranchii). Pp. 9-46. 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.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes.
Genera and Species:
Protospinax Woodward 1919.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province
.

 

109         de Lapparent, A. F. 1955. Paleontological study of the vertebrates of the Jurassic of El Mers (Middle Atlas) [ƒtude palŽontologique des vertŽbrŽs du Jurassique d'El Mers]. Notes et MŽmoires du Service GŽologique du Moroc 124:1-36.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Middle (Dogger)-Bathonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Holostei; Semionotidae.
Genera and Species:
Lepidotes; Lepidotes laevus Agassiz; Lepidotes palliatus Agassiz; Lepidotes tuberculatus Agassiz; Lepidotes unguiculatus Agassiz;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Morocco.

 

110         de Saint-Seine, P. 1950. Contribution ˆ l'Žtude des Vertebres fossiles du Congo Belge. Annalen van het museum van Belgisch Congo Tervuren (Belgie), Geologische Wetenschappen 5:7-32.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian;.
Higher Taxa:
Coelacanthidae; Semionotidae; Macrosemiidae;.
Genera and Species:
Catopterus redfieldi; Coelacanthus africanus; Coelacanthus madagascariensis; "Colodobus"; Dimorpholepis lutoensis; Eoeugnathus; Eugnathus; Lepidotes; Lepidotes congtolensis Hussakof, 1917; Lepidotes latifrons; Lepidotes semiserratus; Lepidotes coryphaenoides; Lybis; Ophiopsis; Ophiopsis attentuata; Ophiopsis guigardi; Ophiopsis lepersonni; Ophiopsis lepturus; Peltopleurus; Peltopleurus maeseni; Perleidus lutoensis; Pholidophorus; Pholidophorus corneti; Pholidophorus purbeckensis; Pollicipes; Protolepidotus gallinecki; Rhipis moorseli; Rhipis moorseli; Whiteia;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Africa; Europe;.

 

111         de Saint-Seine, P. 1955. Resultats scientifiaues des missions du syndicat pour l'etude geologique et miniere de la cuvette Congolaise et travaux connexes. Poissons fossiles de l'Žtage de Stanleyville (Congo Belge). Premiere Partie La faune des argilites et schistes bitumineux. Annalen van het museum van Belgisch-Congo Tervuren (Belgi‘), Geologische Wetenschappen 14:viii-xix, 1-126.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinistia; Actinopterygii; Aetheodontidae (sic de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 116); Amiidae; Amio•dea; Aspidorhynchidae; Catervariolidae de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 18; Catopteridae; Caturidae; Cephaloxenidae; chondrostean; Chirocentridae; Coelacanthidae; Crossopterygii; Eugnathidae; Halecostomi; Holostei; Leptolepidae; Ligulellidae de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 103; Lombardinidae de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 73; Luganoiidae; Macrosemiidae; Majokiidae de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 107; Oligopleuridae; Peltopleuridae; Perleididae; Pholidophoridae; Platysiagidae; Pleuropholidae; Protelopidae; Ptycholepidae; Pycnodontidae; Semionotidae; Semionotidea; Signeuxellidae de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 75;.
Genera and Species:
Amia; Amiopsis; Aphnelepis; Aspidorhynchus; Austropleuropholis de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 99; Austropleuropholis lombardi de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 99; Axelia; Belonostomus; Broughia; Callopterus; Catervariolus de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 18; Catervariolus hornemani de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 18; Catervariolus passaui de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 64; Caturus; Cleithrolepis; Coelacanthus; Coelodus; Daedalichthys; Dapedius; Dicellopygae; Diplurus; Disticholepis; Eomesodon; Eoprotelops; Eugnathus; Graphiurus; Gyrodus; Habroichthys; Helicthys; Heptanema; Heteolepidotus; Histionotus; Hydropessum; Laugia; Lepidotes; Lepidotes congolensis Hussakof, 1917; Leptolepis; Ligulella de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 103; Ligulella sluysi de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 103; Lombardina de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 73; Lombardina decorata de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 73; Lualabaea de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 7; Lualabaea henryi de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 14; Lualabaea lerichei de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 7; Luganoia; Macromesodon; Macrosemius; Majokia de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 107; Majokia brasseuri de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 107; Meidiicthys; Meridensia; Mesturus; Microdon; Mylacanthus; Notagogus; Oeonoscopus; Oligopleurus; Ophiopsis; Ophiopsis lepersonni de Saint-Seine, 1950; Osteorhachis; Oxygnathus; Parapleuropholis; Parapleuropholis koreni de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 98; Parapleuropholis olbrechtsi de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 89; Peltopleurus; Peltopleurus maeseni Leriche; Pholidophorus; Placopleurus; Platysiagum; Pleuropholis; Pleuropholis formosa; Pleuropholis jamotti de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 79; Pleuropholis lannoyi de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 85; Pleuropholis thiollieri (de saint-Seine, 1949); Ptycholepis; Sassenia; Signeuxella de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 75; Signeuxella preumonti de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 75; Undina; Undina cirinensis; Urocles; Whiteia; Winmania;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Australia; Congo; France; Madagascar; South Africa;.

 

112         Delsate, D. 2001. Paris Basin Liassic Fishes 2: Pliensbachian (Early Jurassic) Ichthyofaruna from Lorraine and the Ardennes (France). p. 21. IN: Tintori, A. (ed.). III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. UNIMI, Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Pliensbachian.
Higher Taxa:
ichthyoliths; Neoselachii; chimaeroid; Actinopterygii; synechodontiforms; Leptolepiforms; Hexanchidae;.
Genera and Species:
Synechodus; Paraorthacodus; Agaleus cfr. dorsetensis; Proleptolepis; Ginglymostoms; Eugnathus;.
Formation:
Davoei to Spinatum Zones.
Country and State/Province:
Luxembourg; France; Denmark; Sweden;.

 

113         Delsate, D., & L. Candoni. 2001. Paris Basin Liassic Fishes 3: New Batomorphii dental morphotypes from the Toarcian (Early Jurassic) of the Paris Basin (France, Belgium, Luxembourg). pp. 22-23. IN: Tintori, A. (ed.). III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. UNIMI, Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Toarcian.
Higher Taxa:
Batomorphii; Sclerorhynchidae; Rhinobatidae; Rajiformes; Orectolobiforms.
Genera and Species:
Spathobatis; Belemnobatis; Asterodermus; Hybodus; Lissodus; Synechodus; Sphenodus; Welcommia; Protospinax; ?Squalogaleus; Heterodontus; Palaeobrachaerlurus; Annea; ?Chiloscyllium; Orectoloboides; Phorcynis; Jurobatos; ?Squatina.
Formation:
Tenuicostatum zone; Levesquei zone.
Country and State/Province:
France; Belgium; Luxembourg.

 

114         Delsate, D., & C. J. Duffin. 1993. Chondrichthyens du Sinemurien de Belgique: Revision et complements aux Hybodontidae et Holocephales. Presence des Neoselachii Palaeospinax Egerton 1872 et Agaleus Duffin et Ward 1983. Belgian Geological Survey, Professional Paper 264:103-136.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early-Sinemurian.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes, Hybodontidae, Holocephalian.
Genera and Species:
Palaeospinax Egerton, 1872; Agaleus Duffin & Ward, 1983;.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Belgium.

 

115         Delsate, D., C. J. Duffin, & R. Weis. 2001. Paris Basin Liassic Fishes 1: A new microvertebrate fauna from the Middle Hettangian (Early Jurassic) of Fontenoille (Province of Luxembourg, south east of Belgium). p. 21. IN: Tintori, A. (ed.). III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. UNIMI, Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Hettangian.
Higher Taxa:
hybodontiform sharks; Neoselachians; Scyliorhinids; chimaeriform; Actinopterygian; Palaeonisciform; Perleidiform; Semionotiforms; Pycnodontiform; Halecomorphs; Furidae; Ophiopsidae; Pholidophoriforms; Leptolepididae; Actinistians;.
Genera and Species:
Hybodus reticulatus; Lissodus; Polyacrodus; Synechodus; Squaloraja; Ptycholepis; Platysiagum; Dapedium; Teragonolepis; Eomesodon;.
Formation:
Paris Basin.
Country and State/Province:
Luxembourg; Belgium.

 

116         Delsate, D., & D. Thies. 1995. Teeth of the fossil shark Annea Thies 1983 (Elasmobranchii, Neoselachii) from the Toarcian of Belgium. Belgian Geological Survey Professional Paper, Elasmobranches et Stratigraphie 278:45-64.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Toarcian; Jurassic-Jurassic Middle (Dogger)-Aalenian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;.
Higher Taxa:
Batomorphii; Chondrichthyes; Elasmobranchii; Euselachii; Galeomorphii; Heterodontiformes; Neoselachii; Orectolobiformes; Rhinobatidae; Squalomorphii; Synechodontiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Annea Thies, 1983; Annea carinata Thies, 1983; Annea maubeugei Delsate & Thies, 1995, p. 48; Baharipristis bastetiae; Chiloscyllium; Ctenopristis nougareti; Heterodontus sarstedtensis Thies, 1983; Hybodus; Ischirhiza hartenbergeri; Jurobatos cappettai Thies, 1983; Lissodus; Onchopristis dunklei; Onchopristis numidus; Palaeobrachaelurus; Palaeobrachaelurus alisonae Thies, 1983; Protospinax; Renpetia labiicarinata; Sechmetia aegyptiaca; Sechmetia cruciformis; Spehnodus; Synechodus;.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Belgium; Bolivia; Egypt; Germany; Morocco;.

 

117         Dodson, P., A. K. Behrensmeyer, & R. T. Bakker. 1980. Taphonomy of the Morrison Formation (Kimmeridgian-Portlandian) and Cloverly Formation (Aptian-Albian) of the western United States. MŽmoires de la SociŽtŽ GŽologique de la France, N.S. 139:87-93.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian;.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Cloverly Fm.; Morrison Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Colorado; Oklahoma; Utah; Wyoming;.

 

118         Dodson, P., A. K. Behrensmeyer, R. T. Bakker, & M. S. McIntosh. 1980. Taphonomy and paleoecology of the dinosaur beds of the Jurassic Morrison Formation. Paleobiology 6:208-232.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late.
Higher Taxa:
fishes.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Morrison Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
USA: Colorado.

 

119         Duffin, C. 2005. Plattenkalk Late Jurassic Chimaeroids. pp. 83-86. IN: Poyato-Ariza, F. J. (ed.).  Extended Abstracts. Fourth International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics, Homology, and Nomenclature. Ediciones Universidad Aut—noma de Madrid, Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain August 8th-14th, 2005. 310 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late-Rhaetian; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Hettangian; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Sinemurian; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Pliesbachian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Callorhynchid; Rhinochimaeridae;.
Genera and Species:
Chimaera (Ganodus) avita Von Meyer, 1860; Elasmodectes; Elasmodectes avitus (von Meyer, 1862); Elasmodectes willetti; Ischyodus; Ischyodus avitus (Von Meyer, 1860); Ischyodus quenstedti Wagner, 1857; Ischyodus rostratus von Meyer, 1859; Ischyodus schuebleri Quenstedt, 1858; Ischyodus suevicus Philippi, 1897;.
Formation:
Plattenkalken;.
Country and State/Province:
Germany;.

 

120         Duffin, C. J. 1981. The fin spine of a new Holocephalan from the Lower Jurassic of Lyme Regis, Dorset, England. Geobios 14:469-475.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Chimaeriformes; Chimaeroidei; Elasmobranchii; Holocephali; Myriacanthidae Smith Woodward, 1889; Myriacanthoidei Patterson, 1965;.
Genera and Species:
Acanthorhina Fraas, 1910; Acanthorhina jaekeli Fraas, 1910; Breviacanthus; Chimaeropsis Zittel, 1887; Chimaeropsis foussi Casier, 1959; Chimaeropsis paradoxa sic Duffin, 1981, p. 473; Chimaeropsis paradoxus Zittel, 1887; Ischyodus Egerton, 1843; Metopacanthus; Metopacanthus granulatus (Agassiz, 1837); Myriacanthus Agassiz; Myriacanthus bollensis Fraas; Myriacanthus paradoxus (Agassiz, 1836); Nemacanthus; Recurvacanthus Duffin, 1981, p. 470; Recurvacanthus uniserialis Duffin, 1981, p. 470; Squaloraja polyspondyla Agassiz; Squaloraja tenuispina Woodward, 1886;.
Formation:
Lyme Regis; Solenhofen;.
Country and State/Province:
Germany; Luxembourg; Switzerland; U.K.: England;.

 

121         Duffin, C. J. 1983. Holocephalans in the Staatliches Museum fŸr Naturkunde in Stuttgart. 1. Myriacanthoids and squalorajoids. Stuttgarter BeitrŠge zur Naturkunde Nr. 98:1-41.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Acanthorhinidae Patterson, 1965; Chimaeriformes Patterson, 1965; Chimaeroidei; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Holocephali Bonaparte, 1832; Myriacanthidae Smith Woodward, 1889; Myriacanthoidei Patterson, 1965; Squalorajidae Smith Woodward, 1886; Squalorajoidei Patterson, 1965;.
Genera and Species:
Acanthorhina Fraas, 1910; Acanthorhina jaekeli Fraas, 1910; Agistracanthus (Duffin & Furrer, 1981); Bdellodus; Caturus; Chimaeropsis; Chondrosteus; Dapedium; Euthynotus; Hybodus; Hybodus hauffianus; Hypsocormus; Ischyodus; Ischyodus orthorhinus Egerton; Ischyodus schuebleri Quenstedt; Lepidotes; Leptolepis; Meteop-acanthus sic Duffin, 1983, p. 25; Metopacanthus Zittel, 1887; Metopacanthus bollensis (Fraas, 1910); Metopacanthus granulatus (Agassiz); Myriacanthus; Myriacanthus bollensis Fraas, 1910; Myriacanthus paradoxus; Ohmdenia; Pachycormus; Palaeospinax; Pholidophorus; Ptycholepis; Recurvacanthus (Duffin, 1981); Sauropsis; Saurorhynchus; Spinacorhinus polyspondylus Agassiz, 1836; Squaloraja Riley, 1833; Squaloraja dolichognathus Riley, 1833; Squaloraja polyspondyla (Agassiz, 1836); Tetragonolepis; Trachymetopon;.
Formation:
EichstŠtt; Lyme Regis; Nusplingen; Plattenkalk; Solnhofen;.
Country and State/Province:
Belgium; Germany; Switzerland; U.K.: England;.

 

122         Duffin, C. J. 1983. Holocephalans in the Staatliches Museum fŸr Naturkunde in Stuttgart. 2. A myriacanthid tooth plate from the Hettangian (Lower Lias) of nothern Bavaria. Stuttgarter Beitrage zur Naturkunde Nr. 98:1-7.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Chimaeriformes Patterson, 1965; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Holocephali Bonaparte, 1832; Myriacanthidae smith Woodward, 1889; Myriacanthoidei Patterson, 1965;.
Genera and Species:
Acanthorhina; Acanthorhina jaekeli Fraas; Agkistracanthus; Alethodontus; Alethodontus bavariensisi Duffin, 1983; Chimaeropsisi; Metopacanthus; Metopacanthus granulatus Agassiz; Myriacanthus; Myriacanthus paradoxus Agassiz;.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Belgium; Germany; Switzerland; U.K.: England;.

 

123         Duffin, C. J. 1984. A new myriacanthid holocephalan from the Sinemurian (Lower Jurassic) of Belgium. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 82:55-71.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Chimaeriformes Patterson, 1965; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Holocephali Bonaparte, 1832; Myriacanthidae Smith Woodward, 1889; Myriacanthoidei Patterson, 1965;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus nobilis Agassiz; Acanthorhina jaekeli Fraas, 1910; Agkistracanthus mitgelensis; Alethodontus bavariensis Duffin, 1983b; Angkistracanthus mitgelensis Duffin & Furrer, 1981; Chimaeropsis foussi Casier, 1959; Chimaeropsis franconicus (von MŸnster, 1840); Chimaeropsis paradoxa Zittel, 1887; Halonodon; Halonodon warneri Duffin, 1984; Hybodus delabechei Charlesworth; Lepidotus mohimonti Winkler; Metopacanthus bollensis (Fraas, 1910); Metopacanthus granulatus (Agassiz, 1837); Myriacanthus paradoxus Agassiz, 1836; Pachycormus; Recurvacanthus uniserialis (Duffin, 1981); Strophodus;.
Formation:
Lyme Regis;.
Country and State/Province:
Belgium; France; Germany; Luxembourg; Switzerland; U.K.: England;.

 

124         Duffin, C. J. 1985. Revision of the hybodont selachian genus Lissodus Brough (1935). Palaeontographica Abt. A 188:105-152.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Neoselachii;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus; Acrodus acutus Schmid, 1861; Acrodus leiodus Agassiz, 1844; Acrodus levis Woodward, 1887, p. 103; Acrodus minimus Agassiz, 1839, p. 145; Asteracanthus; Hybodus africanus Broom, 1909; Hybodus butleri; Hybodus delabechei (Maisey, 1982); Hybodus parvidens; Hybodus subcarinatus; Hybodus sulcatus; Hylaeobates; Lissodus Brough, 1935; Lissodus africanus (Broom, 1909); Lissodus angulatus (Stensio, 1921); Lissodus anitae (Thurmond, 1972); Lissodus babulskii (Cappeta & Case, 1975); Lissodus breve (Patterson, 1966); Lissodus crenulatus (Patterson, 1966); Lissodus heterodon (Patterson, 1966); Lissodus humblei (Murry, 1981); Lissodus leiodus (Smith Woodward, 1887); Lissodus levis (Woodward, 1887, p. 103); Lissodus minimus (Agassiz, 1839, p. 145); Lissodus nodosus (Seilacher, 1943); Lissodus pattersoni Duffin, 1985, p. 133; Lissodus pustulatus (Patterson, 1966); Lissodus rhizion; Lissodus selachos; Lissodus striatus (Patterson, 1966); Lissodus wardi Duffin, 1985, p. 134; Lissodus weltoni Duffin, 1985, p. 136; Lonchidion; Lonchidion anitae Thurmond, 1972; Lonchidion babulskii Cappeta & Case, 1975; Lonchidion breve Patterson, 1966; Lonchidion crenulatus Patterson, 1966; Lonchidion breve pustulatum Patterson, 1966; Lonchidion heterodon Patterson, 1966; Lonchidion humblei Murry, 1981; Lonchidion striatum Patterson, 1966; Palaeobates; Palaeobates nodosus Seilacher, 1943; Palaeobates spinosus Seilacher, 1943; Polyacrodus angulatus Stensio, 1921; Ptychodus; Squatirhina americana; Thectodus glaber Meyer & Plieninger, 1844, p. 116; Thectodus inflatus Meyer & Plieninger, 1844, p. 115; Thectodus tricuspidatus Meyer & Plieninger, 1844, p. 116;.
Formation:
Lance Fm.; Mount Laurel Fm.; Muschelkalk Fm.; Paluxy Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Belgium; South Africa; U.K.: England; USA: New Jersey; Oregon; Texas; Wyoming;.

 

125         Duffin, C. J. 1987. Palaeospinax pinnai n. sp., a new palaeospinacid shark from the Sinemurian (Lower Jurassic) of Osteno (Lombardy, Italy). Atti soc. Ital. Sci. nat. Museo civ. Stor. nat. Milano 128:185-202.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Sinemurian;.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes; Neoselachii; Palaeospinacidae Regan, 1906; Selachii;.
Genera and Species:
Palaeospinax Egerton, 1872; Palaeospinax egertoni Woodward, 1889; Palaeospinax kruckowi Thies, 1983; Palaeospinax pinnai Duffin, 1987; Palaeospinax priscus Egerton, 1872; Palaeospinax rhaeticus Duffin, 1982; Palaeospinax riegrafi Thies, 1983;.
Formation:
Kieselkalk Fm.; Lyme Regis;.
Country and State/Province:
Germany; Italy; Turkey; U.K.: England;.

 

126         Duffin, C. J. 1988. The Upper Jurassic selachian Palaeocarcharias de Beaumont (1960). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 94:271-286.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes; Galeomorphii; Hemiscylliidae; Lamnidae; Lamniformes; Neoselachii; Orectolobidae; Selachii;.
Genera and Species:
Agaleus dorsetensis; Almascyllium cheikh-eliani; Anomotodon; Cladodus stuschuoskii Kiprijanoff, 1880; Ginglymostoma; Nebrius; Odontaspis; Orectolobus; Palaeocarcharias de Beaumont, 1960a; Palaeocarcharias stromeri de Beaumont, 1960a; Scapanorhynchus; Scapanorhynchus rhapiodon; Sphenodus;.
Formation:
Lyme Regis; Solnhofen Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
France; Germany; Lebanon; russia; U.K.: England;.

 

127         Duffin, C. J. 1992. A myriacanthid holocephalan (Chondrichthyes) from the Sinemurian (Lower Jurassic) of Osteno (Lombardy, Italy). Atti della Societa Italiana di Scienze Naturali e del Museu Civico di Storia Naturale di Milano 132:293-308.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Sinemurian.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Italy.

 

128         Duffin, C. J. 1993. New records of Late Jurassic sharks teeth from southern Germany. Stuttgarter BeitrŠge zur Naturkunde, Series B.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Germany.

 

129         Duffin, C. J. 1993. The palaeospinacid shark "Synechodus" jurensis (Schweizer, 1964) from the Late Jurassic of Germany. Belgian Geological Survey, Professional Paper 264:157-174.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes.
Genera and Species:
"Synechodus" jurensis (Schweizer, 1964).
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Germany.

 

130         Duffin, C. J. 1993. Teeth of Hybodus (Selachii) from the Early Jurassic of Lyme Regis, Dorset (southern England): preliminary note. Belgian Geological Survey, Professional Paper 264:45-52.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes.
Genera and Species:
Hybodus.
Formation:
TCM, Lyme Regis.
Country and State/Province:
U.K.: England.

 

131         Duffin, C. J. 1995b. Holocephalans in the Staatliches Museum fŸr Naturkunde in Stuttgart. 3. A new chimaeroid from the Early Toarcian (Early Jurassic) of Ohmden (Baden-WŸrttemberg). Stuttgarter Beitrage zur Naturkunde Nr. 231:1-12.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Toarcian.
Higher Taxa:
chimaeroid.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Germany.

 

132         Duffin, C. J. 1997. The dentition of Hybodus hauffianus Fraas, 1895 (Toarcian, Early Jurassic). Stuttgarter Beitrage zur Naturkunde. Series B, Stuttgart. Nr. 256:1- 20, 12 figs.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Toarcian.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes.
Genera and Species:
Hybodus hauffianus Fraas, 1895.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province
.

 

133         Duffin, C. J. 1998 (in press). Ostenoselache stenosoma n.g., n.sp., a new neoselachian shark from the Sinemurian (Early Jurassic) of Osteno (Lombardy, Italy). Palaeontologica Lombarda. Milan.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Sinemurian.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes.
Genera and Species:
Ostenoselache stenosoma Duffin, 1998.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Italy.

 

134         Duffin, C. J. 2001. A chimaerid (Holocephali, Chimaeriformes) vomerine toothplate from the Upper Cretaceous of Belgium. Palaeontology 44:1179-1188.
Age:
Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian; Jurassic; Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Callorhynchidae; Chimaeridae Bonaparte, 1831; Chimaeriformes Patterson, 1965; Chimaeroidei Patterson, 1965; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Holocephali Bonaparte, 1832; Rhinochimaeridae; Subterbranchialia Zangerl, 1981;.
Genera and Species:
Callorhinchus; Bathytheristes; Brachymylus; Ischyodus; Pacyhmylus; Ptyktoptychion; Edaphodon; Leptomylus; ?Eomanodon; ?Ganodus; Amylodon; Elasmodectes; Elasmodus; Harriotta; Lebediodon; Stoilodon; Belgorodon; Elasmodus hunteri Egerton, 1843; Amylodon delheidi Storms, 1894; Amylodon venablesae (Casier, 1966); Amylodon emba Nessov and Averianov, 1996; Amylodon karamysh Averianov and Popov, 1995; Elasmodectes willetti Newton, 1878; Elasmodectes secans Woodward, 1892;.
Formation:
Maastricht Fm.
Country and State/Province:
Belgium; Canada; Lebanon; Russia; U.K.: England;.

 

135         Duffin, C. J., & D. Delsate. 1993. A new myriacanthid Holocephalan (Chondrichthyes) from the Early Jurassic of Luxembourg. Neues Jahrbuch fŸr Geologie und PalŠontologie Monatshefte 1993:669-680.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes.
Genera and Species:
myriacanthid Holocephalan.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Luxembourg.

 

136         Duffin, C. J., & D. Delsate. 1995. New record of the Early Jurassic myriacanthid holocephalan Myriacanthus paradoxus Agassiz, 1836 from Belgium. Belgian Geological Survey, Professional Paper 278:1-9.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late-Rhaetian; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Sinemurian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Chimaeriformes (Berg, 1940) sensu Patterson, 1965; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Holocephali Bonaparte, 1832; holocephalan; myriacanthid; Myriacanthidae Smith Woodward, 1889; Myriacanthoidei Patterson, 1965; Subterbranchialia Zangerl, 1979;.
Genera and Species:
Chimaera (Ischyodon) johnsoni Agassiz, 1855; Chimaeropsis foussi Casier, 1959; Halonodon luxembourgensis Duffin & Delsate, 1993; Halonodon warneri Duffin, 1984; Myriacanthus Agassiz, 1836; Myriacanthus Agassiz, 1837; Myriacanthus paradoxus Agassiz, 1836; Myriacanthus paradoxus Agassiz, 1837; Myriacanthus retrorsus Agassiz, 1837;.
Formation:
Grs de Florenville.
Country and State/Province:
Belgium; England, U.K.; France; Germany; Italy; Luxembourg;.

 

137         Duffin, C. J., & H. Furrer. 1981. Myriacanthid holocephalian remains from the Rhaetian (Upper Triassic) and Hettangian (Lower Jurassic) of GraubŸnden (Switzerland). Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 74:803-829.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late-Rhaetian; Jurtassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Hettangian;.
Higher Taxa:
Acanthorhinidae; Chimaeriformes; Chimaeropsidae; Chondrichthyes; Holocephali; Myriacanthidae Smith Woodward, 1889; Myriacanthoidei Patterson, 1965;.
Genera and Species:
Acanthorhina; Acanthorhina jaekeli Fraas, 1910; Acrodus; Agistracanthus Duffin & Furrer, 1981, p. 810; Agistracanthus mitgelensis Duffin & Furrer, 1981, p. 811; Birgeria; Chimaeropsis Zittel, 1887; Chimaeropsis foussi Casier; Chimaeropsis franconicus (MŸnster); Chimaeropsis paradoxa Zittel; Gyrolepis; Hybodus; Metopacanthus Zittel, 1887; Metopacanthus granulatus Agassiz; Myriacanthus Agassiz, 1837; Myriacanthus bollensis Fraas; Myriacanthus paradoxus Agassiz, 1837; Polyacrodus; Pseudodalatias; Recuvacanthus Duffin; Recuvacanthus uniserialis Duffin; Sargodon tomicus Plieninger; Saurichthys;.
Formation:
Adnet Limestone; AllgŠu Beds; Hauptdolomit Fm.; Kšssen Beds Limestones;.
Country and State/Province:
Austria; Belgium; France; Germany; Switzerland; U.K.: England;.

 

138         Duffin, C. J., & C. Patterson. In press, 1994. The Jurassic fishes of Osteno. Palaeocronache.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province
.

 

139         Duffin, C. J., & D. Thies. 1997. Hybodont shark teeth from the Kimmeridgian (Late Jurassic) of northwest Germany. Geologica et Palaeontologica, Marburg. 31:235 - 256.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Late-Kimmeridgian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838; Euselachii Hay, 1902; Hybodont; Hybodontidae Owen, 1846; Hybodontoidea Zangerl, 1981; Neoselachii; Polyacrodontidae Glickman, 1964; Rhinobatidae;.
Genera and Species:
Asteracanthus ornatissimus Agassiz, 1837; Asteracanthus preussi Fricke, 1875; Asterodermus; Corysodon; Heterodontus; Hybodus Agassiz, 1837; Hybodus africanus Broom, 1909; Hybodus brabanticus Leriche, 1930; Hybodus crassus Fricke, 1875; Hybodus fraasi Brown, 1900; Hybodus parvidens Woodward, 1916; Hybodus polycyphus Agassiz, 1837; Hybodus polyprion Agassiz, 1843; Lissodus Brough, 1935; Lissodus curvidens Duffin & Thies, 1997, p. 239; Lissodus grewingki (Dalinkevicius, 1935); Lissodus multicuspidatus Duffin & Thies, 1997, p. 237; Lissodus nodosus (Seilacher, 1943); Lissodus noncostatus Duffin & Thies, 1997, p. 240; Lissodus pattersoni Duffin, 1985; Lissodus wirksworthensis Duffin, 1985; Palaeoscyllium; Parasymbolus octevillensis Candoni, 1993; Polyacrodus Jaekel, 1889; Polyacrodus angulatus Stensiš, 1921; Polyacrodus balabansaiensis Nessov & Kaznyshkin, 1988; Polyacrodus brevicostatus (Patterson, 1966); Polyacrodus claveringensis Stensiš, 1932; Polyacrodus gramanni Duffin & Thies, 1997, p. 242; Polyacrodus grewingki Dalinkevicius, 1935; Polyacrodus illingworthi (Dixon, 1850); Polyacrodus keuperensis (Winkler, 1880); Polyacrodus krafti Seilacher, 1943; Polyacrodus lapalomensis Johnson, 1981; Polyacrodus polycyphus (Agassiz, 1837); Polyacrodus prodigialis Nessov & Kaznyshkin, 1988; Polyacrodus pyramidalis Stensiš, 1921; Polyacrodus torosus Mertinene & Nessov, 1991; Polyacrodus wichitaensis Johnson, 1981; Polyacrodus woodwardi (Dollo IN: Leriche, 1929); Spathobatis; Spathobatis mutterlosei Thies, 1983; Spathobatis uppensis Thies, 1983; Synechodus;.
Formation:
TCM; Muschelkalk;.
Country and State/Province:
Belgium; Fergana; France; Germany; Greenland; Lithuania; Spitsbergen; U.K.: England; U.S.A.:.

 

140         Duffin, C. J., & D. J. Ward. 1993. The Early Jurassic palaeospinacid sharks of Lyme Regis, southern England. Belgian Geological Survey, Professional Paper 264:53-102.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes.
Genera and Species:
palaeospinacid sharks.
Formation:
TCM, Lyme Regis.
Country and State/Province:
U.K.: England.

 

141         Dufour, T., & S. Venz. 1972. PrŽsence de Leptolepis coryphaenoides (Bronn) dans le Toarcien D'Ombrie. Riv. Ital. Paleont. 78:631-638.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias).
Higher Taxa:
Leptolepidae.
Genera and Species:
Leptolepis coryphaenoides (Bronn).
Formation:
Marne di Monte Serrone.
Country and State/Province:
Italy.

 

142         Dunkle, D. H. 1942. A new fossil fish of the family Leptolepidae. Scientific Publications of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History 8:61-64, Plate VI.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Leptolepidae.
Genera and Species:
Anaethalion; Leptolepis; Leptolepis euspondylus Gregory; Leptolepis schowei Dunkle, 1942; Pholidophorus americanus Eastman; Thrissops; Todiltia schowei (Dunkle, 1942);.
Formation:
Wanakah Fm.; Upper Lykins Fm.; Wingate Sandstone;.
Country and State/Province:
USA: Colorado, New Mexico.

 

143         Eastman, C. R. 1899. Some new American fossil fishes. Science, n.s. 9:642-643.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Middle;.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Hulettia americana (Eastman, 1899a); Pholidophorus americanus Eastman, 1899a;.
Formation:
Sundance Fm.,.
Country and State/Province:
USA: Colorado; New Mexico; South Dakota; Wyoming;.

 

144         Eastman, C. R. 1899(1900). Jurassic fishes from Black hills of South Dakota. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America 10:397-408. 4 pls. & 2 figs.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Middle;.
Higher Taxa:
fishes.
Genera and Species:
Amiopsis (?) dartoni Eastman, 1899b; Caturus dartoni (Eastman, 1899b); Hulettia americana (Eastman, 1899a); Pholidophorus americanus Eastman, 1899a;.
Formation:
Sundance Fm.; Wanakah Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
USA: Colorado; New Mexico; South Dakota; Wyoming;.

 

145         Eastman, C. R. 1911. Jurassic saurian remains ingested within fish. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 8:182-187, pls. X, XI.
Age:
Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
fish.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

146         Eastman, C. R. 1912. Symposium on ten years progress in vertebrate paleontology. Mesozoic and Cenozoic fishes. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America 23:228-232.
Age:
Mesozoic; Triassic; Jurassic; Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
fishes; Protospondyli; Eugnathid¾; Amiid¾; Pachycormid¾; paleoniscids; Isospondyli; Actinopterygii;.
Genera and Species:
Urolepis; Dercetis; Hybodus;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
France; Bavaria, Germany; Lebanon; Africa; Italy; United Kingdom; New Jersey; Connecticut; Belgium;.

 

147         Eastman, C. R. 1917. Fossil fishes in the collection of the United States National Museum. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 52:235-304.
Age:
Mesozoic; Triassic; Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Semionotus;.
Formation:
Moenave Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
USA: Utah;.

 

148         Eaton, J. G., J. I. Kirkland, J. H. Hutchinson, R. Denton, R. C. O'Neill, & J. M. Parrish. 1997. Nonmarine extinction across the Cenomanian-Turonian (C-T) boundary, southwestern Utah, with a comparison to the Cretaceous-Tertiary (K-T) extinction event. Geological Society of America Bulletin 109:560-567.
Age:
Jurassic, Cretaceous.
Higher Taxa:
semionotid scales.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Utah.

 

149         Estes, R. 1964. Fossil vertebrates from the Late Cretaceous Lance Formation, eastern Wyoming. University of California Publications in Geological Science 49:1-180.
Age:
Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Lancian; Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Acipenseridae; Acipenseriformes; Albulidae; Amiidae; Amiiformes; Aspidorhynchidae; Aspidorhynchiformes; Belonorhynchidae; Clupeiformes; Dasyatidae; Elopidae; Ganopristinae; Heterodontiformes; Hybodontidae; Hypolophitinae; Lepisosteidae; Lepisosteiformes; Myliobatinae; Orectolobidae; Osteichthyes; Perciformes; Pristidae; Rajiformes; Saurichthyidae; Sciaenidae; Trygonidae; Trygoninae;.
Genera and Species:
Acipenser cruciferus (Cope, 1876, p. 259); Albulidae unident. gen. et sp. {= Coriops amnicolus Estes, 1969}; Amia; Apaetopholis Woodward, p. 634; Atractosteus Wiley, 1976; Aspidorhynchus; Belonostomus cinctus; Belonostomus comptoni; Belonostomus dalmaticus; Belonostomus dorsetensis; Belonostomus lesinaesis; Belonostomus longirostris (Lambe, 1902, p. 30) {=Diphyodus longirostris Lambe, 1902, p. 30}; Belonostomus mattuezi; Belonostomus muensteri; Belonostomus novaki; Belonostomus ornatus; Belonostomus sweeti; Belonostomus tenuirostris; Brachaelurus; Elopidae unident. gen. et sp.; Hypolophites; Hypolophus; Ischyriza avonicola Estes, 1964, p. 13; Ischyriza mira Leidy; Kindleia fragosa Jordan, 1927, 145; cf. Protamia sp., p. 41; Lepisosteus occidentalis (Leidy, 1856, p, 73); Lonchidion selachos Estes, 1964, p. 7; Mesiteia estesi Herman, 1977; Myledaphus bipartitus Cope, 1876, p. 276; Onchosaurus; Platacodon nanus Marsh, 1889, p. 178; Rhombodus; Squatirhina americana Estes, 1964, p. 12; Stenoprotome Hay, 1903, p. 407; Stylomylocodon lacus (Russell, 1928, p. 105);.
Formation:
Lance Fm.; Oldman Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
USA: Wyoming; Australia; Mexico; UK: England; Yugoslavia: Lesina; Mrzleci; Lebanon;.

 

150         Fern‡ndez-L—pez, S. 1995. Taphonomie et interprŽtation des palŽoenvironnements. GŽobios, M.S. 18:137-154.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
Jurassic ammonites.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province
.

 

151         Fern‡ndez-L—pez, S. R., L. B. Duarte, & M. H. P. Henriques. 1999. Reelaborated ammonites as indicator of condensed deposits from deep marine environments. Case study from Lower Pliensbachian lumpy limestones of Portugal. Abstracts. European Palaeontological Association Workshop, Lisboa 1999:42-46.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early-Pliensbachian.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Portugal.

 

152         Filleul, A., & J. G. Maisey. 2004. Redescription of Santanichthys diasii (Otophysi, Characiformes) from the Albian of the Santana Formation and Comments on its implications for Otophysan relationships. American Museum Novitates 3455:1-21.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian;.
Higher Taxa:
Characidae; Characiformes sensu Fink and Fink, 1981; Characiphysi Fink and Fink, 1981; Clupavidae; Clupeocephala; Ostariophysi sensu Rosen and Greenwood, 1970; Otophysi sensu Rosen and Greenwood, 1970; Teleostei sensu Patterson and Rosen, 1977;.
Genera and Species:
Clupavus; Clupavus brasiliensis; Clupavus maroccanus (Taverne, 1977); Leptolepis bahiaensis; Leptolepis diasii (Silva Santos, 1958); Lusitanichthys; Lusitanichthys characiformis (Gayet, 1981); Salminops; Salminops ibericus (Gayet, 1985); Santanichthys; Santanichthys diasii Maisey, 2004; Scombrolclupeoides; Scombrolclupeoides scutata;.
Formation:
Santana Formation.
Country and State/Province:
Brazil.

 

153         Forey, P. L. 1973. Relationships of elopomorphs. pp. 351-368. IN: Greenwood, P. H., Miles, R. S., & Patterson, C. (eds.), Interrelationships of Fishes. Academic Press, London, 536 pp. 
Age:
Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Upper Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;.
Higher Taxa:
Megalopidae; Elopiformes; Pterothrissidae; Notacanthiformes; Albuloidei; Elopamorpha Greenwood, Rosen, Weitzman, & Myers, 1966; Anaethalionidae; Sedenhorstiidae;.
Genera and Species:
Allothrissops; Anaethalion White; Anaethalion angustissimus (MŸnster); Anaethalion angustus (MŸnster); Anaethalion cirinensis Gaudant; Anaethalion knorri (Blaineville); Anaethalion cf. subovatus (Nybelin, 1967); Anaethalion vidali; Anguillavus Hay; Diplomystus; Enchelurus Marck; Echinocephalus Marck; Istieus; Leptolepis; Leptolepis coryphaenoides (Bronn); Leptolepis dubia (Blaineville); Leptolepis sprattiformis (Blaineville); Lycoptera; Osmeroides Agassiz; Pachythrissops propterus (Wagner); Pachythrissops laevis Woodward; Pachythrissops vectensis (Woodward); Sedenhorstia; Thrissops; Urenchelys Woodward;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

154         Forey, P. L. 1973. A revision of the elopiform fishes, fossil and Recent. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Geology 10:1-222; 92 text-figures.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;.
Higher Taxa:
Elopiformes; Anguilliformes; Notacanthiformes; Plethodontidae; Elopidae Bonaparte, 1846;.
Genera and Species:
Anaethalion; Sedenhorstia; Notelops; Rhacolepis; Pachyrhizodus; Thrissopater; Esocelops; Spaniodon; Thrissopteroides; Ananogmius White and Moy-Thomas; Anogmius Cope, 1877; Davichthys dubius (Davis, 1887); Davichthys gardneri Forey, 1973, p. 32; Davichthys lacostei (Arambourg, 1954, p. 54;.
Formation:
English Chalk; Westphalian Chalk; Kansas Chalk;.
Country and State/Province:
England, U.K.; Germany; Kansas, USA; Yugoslavia; Morocco; Lebanon;.

 

155         Franois, Y. 1962. La nageoire dorsale des ActinoptŽrygiens pp. 117-122. IN: Colloques Internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique No. 104 Problmes Actuels de PalŽontologie (ƒvolution des VertŽbrŽs) Paris 29 mai - 3 juin 1961 ƒditions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique 15, Quai Anatole-France - Paris VII. Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France, 471 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
paleoniscoid.
Genera and Species:
Coccolepis;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

156         Frickhinger, K. A. 1990. Die fische von Solnhofen 2. Teil: Schmelzschupper (1). Fossilien 1:19-22.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian, Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Solnhofen Limestone.
Country and State/Province:
Germany.

 

157         Frickhinger, K. A. 1990. Die fische von Solnhofen 3. Teil: Schmelzschupper (2). Fossilien 2:75-78.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian, Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Solnhofen Limestone.
Country and State/Province:
Germany.

 

158         Frickhinger, K. A. 1990. Die fische von Solnhofen 4. Teil: Echte Knochenfische und Quastenflosser. Fossilien 3:122-124.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian, Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Solnhofen Limestone.
Country and State/Province:
Germany.

 

159         Frickhinger, K. A. 1994. The fossils of Solnhofen. Goldschneck-Verlag, Korb, Germany, Pages.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian, Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Solnhofen Limestone.
Country and State/Province:
Germany.

 

160         Frickhinger, K. A. 1999. The Fossils of Solnhofen. Goldschneck-Verlag, Korb, Germany, Pages.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian, Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
TCM, Solnhofen Limestone.
Country and State/Province:
Germany.

 

161         Gaillard, C., P. Bernier, J. C. Gall, Y. Gruet, G. Barale, J. P. Bourseau, E. Buffetaut, & S. Wenz. 1994. Ichnofabric from the Upper Jurassic lithographic limestone of Cerin, southeast France. Palaeontology 37:285-304.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late;.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Canjuers Limestone; Cerin Limestone; Montsec Limestone; Solnhofen Limestone;.
Country and State/Province:
France; Germany: Bavaria;.

 

162         Gallo, V. 2005. Redescription of Lepidotes piauhyensis Roxo and Lšfgren, 1936 (Neopterygii, Semionotiformes, Semionotidae), from the ?Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous of Brazil. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25:757-769.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Neopterygii; Semionotidae; Semionotiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Alleiolepis; Allelepidotus; Aphelolepis; Araripelepidotes; Araripelepidotes temnurus; Asialepidotus; Austrolepidotes cuyanus; Lepidotes; Lepidotes alagoensis Gallo, 2000; Lepidotes congolensis (Hussakof, 1917); Lepidotes dixseptiensis Silva Santos, 1963; Lepidotes elvensis (Blainville, 1818); Lepidotes gallinecki (Michael, 1893); Lepidotes gigas; Lepidotes gloriae Thies, 1989; Lepidotes laevis Agassiz, 1837; Lepidotes latifrons; Lepidotes lennieri Sauvage, 1893; Lepidotes mantelli; Lepidotes mawsoni Woodward, 1888; Lepidotes maximus; Lepidotes minor Agassiz, 1837; Lepidotes notopterus; Lepidotes oliveirai Silva Santos, 1969; Lepidotes piauhyensis Roxo and Lšfgren, 1936; Lepidotes pusillus ; Lepidotes roxoi Silva Santos, 1953; Lepidotes semiserratus (Jain & Robinson, 1963); Lepidotes souzai Woodward, 1908; Lepidotes temnurus Agassiz, 1841; Lepidotes tendaguruensis; Lepidotes wenzae Brito & Gallo, 2003; Lepidotus piauhyensis Roxo and Lšfgren, 1936; Paralepidotus; Paralepidotus ornatus; Pericentrophorus; Pliodetes; Pliodetes nigeriensis; Prolepidotus gallinecki Michael, 1893; Semionotus; Semionotus elegans; Semionotus normanniae; Sinosemionotus;.
Formation:
Janda’ra Fm.; Niger Republic; Pastos Bons Fm.; Santana Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Austria; Argentina; Brazil; Africa: Congo Basin; Democratic Republic of Congo; Tanzania; Cuba; France; Germany; Italy; Switzerland; U.K.: England;.

 

163         Gallo, V., & P. M. Brito. 2004. An overview of Brazilian semionotids. Pp. 253-264. IN: Arratia, G., & Tintori, A. (eds.), Mesozoic Fishes 3 Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 649 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Middle; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Senonian (Coniacian-Maastrichtian);.
Higher Taxa:
Lepisosteidae; Semionotidae sensu Wenz, 1999;.
Genera and Species:
Araripelepidotes; Araripelepidotes temnurus (Agassiz, 1841); Lepidotes; Lepidotes alagoensis Gallo, 2000; Lepidotes congolensis; Lepidotes dixseptiensis Santos, 1963; Lepidotes llewellyni; Lepidotes mawsoni Woodward, 1888; Lepidotes oliveirai Santos, 1969; Lepidotes piauhyensis Roxo & Lšfgren, 1936; Lepidotes roxoi Santos, 1953b; Lepidotes souzai Woodward, 1908; Lepidotes wenzae Brito & Gallo, 2003; Semionotus;.
Formation:
Pastos Bons Fm.; Santana Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Argentina; Brazil; Chile; Africa: Congo Basin;.

 

164         Gardiner, B. G. 1960. A revision of certain Actinopterygian and coelacanth fishes, chiefly from the Lower Lias. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology. 4:241-383, 43 Plates.
Age:
Triassic; Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Amiidae; Amioidea; Archaeomaenidae; Aspidorhychidae; Aspidorhychoidea; Bobasatraniidae; Centrolepidae; Coccolepidae; Coelacanthidae; Coelacanthiformes; Furidae (Eugnathidae); Holostei; Lepidosteidae; Leptolepidae; Macrosemiidae; Oligopleuridae; Pachycormidae; Palaeoniscoidea; Paracentrophoridae; Parasemionotidae; Pholidophoridae; Pholidophoroidea; Platysiagidae; Platysomida; Pleuropholidae; Promecosominidae; Protelopidae; Ptycholepidae; Pycnodontidae; Pycnodontoidea; Saurichthyidae; Semionotidae; Semionotoidea; Semionotoidei; Subholostei;.
Genera and Species:
Acentrophorus Traquair, 1877; Acentrophorus varians (Kirkby, 1862, p. 267); Belonostomus tenuirostris Agassiz; Bobasatrania mahavavica White; Caturus Agassiz, 1834; Caturus chirotes (Agassiz, 1842, p. 102); Caturus furcatus Agassiz; Centrolepis Egerton, 1858; ?Centrolepis aspera Agassiz, 1844, ?Centrolepis aspera Egerton, 1858, no. 5, Pl. 5; Coccolepis Agassiz, 1843; Coccolepis bucklandi Agassiz, 1843, p. 300; Coccolepis andrewsi; Coccolepis aniscowitchi; Coccolepis australis; Coccolepis cockerelli; Coccolepis liassica Woodward, 1890, p. 432; Coccolepis macroptera; Coccolepis martynovi; Coccolepis socialis; Dapedium Leach, 1822; Dapedium orbis Agassiz; Dapedium politum Leach, 1822; Dorypterus hoffmani Germar; Eomesodon Woodward, 1918; Eomesodon liassicus (Egerton, 1854, p. 436); Eoeugnathus megalepis Brough; Heterolepidotus Egerton, 1872, [=Brachyichthys Winkler, 1861, p. 47; =Eulepidotus Egerton, 1868, p. 505]; Heterolepidotus rhombifer (Agassiz, 1836, p. 228) [=Dapedium fimbriatum Agassiz, 1834, p. 196]; Holophagus Egerton, 1861; Holophagus gulo Egerton, 1861, p. 19; Lepidotes Agassiz, 1832; Lepidotes elvensis (Blainville); Lepidotes mantelli Agassiz, 1833, p. 9; Leptolepis Agassiz, 1832; Leptolepis africana Gardiner, 1960, p. 314; Leptolepis concentrica Egerton; Osteorachis Egerton, 1868; Osteorachis granulata Egerton; Osteorachis leedsi Woodward; Osteorachis macrocephalus Egerton, 1868, p. 500; Paracentrophorus Piveateau, 1941; Paracentrophorus madagascariensis Piveteau, 1941, p. 78; Pholidophorus; Pholidophorus caudalis Woodward; Pholidophorus higginsi Egerton; Platysiagum Egerton, 1872; Platysiagum minus Brough; Platysiagum sclerocephalum Egerton, 1872, No. 6, Plate 6; Promecosomina Wade, 1935; Promecosomina formosa (Woodward, 1908, p. 23); Ptycholepis Agassiz, 1833; Ptycholepis bollensis Agassiz, 1832, p. 142; Ptycholepis curta Egerton; Ptycholepis monilifer Woodward, 1895b, p. 322; Saurichthys; Saurorhynchus Reis, 1892b [= Belonostomus Agassiz, 1844, p. 142, (in part); = Belonorhynchus (?) Bronn, 1858, p. 12 (in part); = Acidorhynchus Stensiš, 1925, p. 175; = Gymnosaurichthys Berg, 1940, p. 194]; Saurorhynchus acutus (Agassiz, 1844, p. 142), [= Belonostomus anningiae Agassiz, 1844, p. 143; = Belonorhynchus anningiae (Agassiz, 1844, p. 143); = Acidorhynchus acutus (Agassiz, 1844, p. 142)]; Saurorhynchus brevirostris (Woodward); Semionotus Agassiz, 1832; Semionotus capensis Woodward, 1888c, p. 138; Tetragonolepis Bronn, 1830; Tetragonolepis discus Egerton, 1853 p. 278; Thomasinotus divisus Lehman; Tungusichthys acentrophoroides Berg;.
Formation:
Lyme Regis, England; Hawkesbury Series of N.S. Wales, Australia; Madagascar;.
Country and State/Province:
Germany; France; United Kingdom, England; Australia, New south Wales;.

 

165         Gardiner, B. G. 1963. Certain palaeoniscoid fishes and the evolution of the mouth in actinopterygians. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology 8:257-325.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian/Turonian;.
Higher Taxa:
palaeoniscoid; Trachichthyidae;.
Genera and Species:
Bobasatrania mahavavica White; Diaphorognathus gillioti (Priem); Birgeria groenlandica; Cleithrolepis granulata Egerton; Pteronisculus arambourgi; Watsonulus eugnathoides Piveteau; Partasemionotus labordei Lehman; Ichthyokentema purbeckensis (Davis); Pholidophorus; Ctenothrissa radians (Agassiz); Hoplopteryx sinus Woodward; Pholidophorus similis Woodward; Paracentrophorus madagascariensis Piveteau; Caturus driani Thiollire; Lepidotes semiserratus Agassiz; Dapedium politum Leach.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

166         Gardiner, B. G. 1966. Catalogue of Canadian fossil fishes. Royal Ontario Museum, Life Science Contributions, University of Toronto 68:1-154.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-CMaastrichtiian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Acipenseriformes; Acipenseridae; Albulidae; Amiiformes; Amiidae; Aspidorhnchiformes; Aspidorhynchidae; Beryciformes; Bobasatraniformes; Bobasatraniidae; Chimaeridae; Chirocentridae; Clupeoidei; Coelacanthidae; Coelacanthiformes; Elasmobranchii; Enchodontidae; Enchodontoidei; Galeiformes; Heterodontidae; Heterodontiformes; Hiodontidae; Holostei; Hybodontidae; Ichthyodectidae; Isuridae; Lepisosteidae; Notopteroidei; Perciformes; Percoidei; Perleidiformes; Perleididae; Priscarcaridae; Ptychodontidae; Rajiformes; Saurichthyiformes; Saurichthyidae; Sciaenidae; Semionotiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Acipenser Linnaeus, 1759; Acipenser albertensis Lamb, 1902, p. 29; Acipenser eruciferus (Cope, 1876, p. 259); Albertonia Gardiner, 1967, pp. 65-66; Albertonia cupidineus (Lambe, 1916, p. 39); Amia Linnaeus, 1766; Belonostomus Agassiz, 1834; Belonostomus longirostris (Lambe, 1902); Bobasatrania White, 1932; Bobasatrania canadensis (Lambe, 1914, p. 17); Chimaerotheca Brown, 1946; Chimaerotheca stelcki Warren, 1948, p. 630; Cimolichthyes Leidy, 1857; Cladocyclus Agassiz, 1841; Cladocyclus occidentalis Leidy, 1873, p. 288; Coelacanthus Agassiz, 1836; Coelacanthus banffensis Lambe, 1916, p. 38; Enchodus Agassiz, 1835; Enchodus shumardi Leidy, 1856, p. 257; Eohiodon Cavender, 1965; Eohiodon rosei (Hussakof, 1916, p. 18); Hybodus Agassiz, 1837; Ichthyodectes Cope, 1871; Isurus Rafinesque, 1810; Kindleia Jordan, 1927; Kindleia fragosa Jordan, 1927, p. 146; Lamna Cuvier, 1817; Lamna appendiculata (Agassiz, 1838, p. 270); Lamna manitobensis Whiteaves, 1889b, p. 192; Lepisosteus Lacepde, 1803; Lepisosteus occidentalis (Leidy, 1856, p. 73); Myledaphus Cope, 1876; Myledaphus bipartitus Cope, 1876, p. 260; Palaeospinax Egerton, 1872; Palaeospinax ejuncidus Lambe, 1918, p. 27; Platocodon Marsh, 1889; Portheus Cope, 1872; Protoamia Leidy, 1873; Pteronisculus White, 1933; Ptychodus Agassiz, 1839; Ptychodus parvulus Whiteaves, 1889b, p. 191; Saurichthys Agassiz, 1834; Saurichthys dayi (Raymond, 1925, p. 551); Semiontous Agassiz, 1832; Semionotus fulcatus (Redfield); Stethacanthus Newberry, 1889; Fish scales Stott, 1960, p. 12;.
Formation:
Bearpaw Fm.; Blackstone Group; Dakota Fm.; Edmonton Fm.; Fernie Group: Foremost Beds; shales of the Fort St. John Group; Horton Bluff Fm.; Lance Fm.; Nikanassin Fm.; Niobrara Group; Oldman Fm.; Paskapoo Fm.; Peace River Sandstone; Pelican Fm.; Pierre Shale; Lower Ravenscrag Fm.; Shaftesbury Fm.; Sikanni Fm.; Spray River Fm.; Toad Grayling Fm.; Vermillion River Fm.; Wapiabi Fm.; Willow Creek Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Canada: Alberta; British Columbia; Manitoba; Nova Scotia; Saskatchewan; USA: Montana; South Dakota;.

 

167         Gardiner, B. G. 1967. Further notes on palaeoniscoid fishes with a classification of the Chondrostei. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology 14:16-206.
Age:
Triassic; Jurassic; Cretaceous.
Higher Taxa:
Holostei; Halecostomi; Teleostei; Paleonisciformes; chondrosteans; Perleidiformes; Saurichthyiformes; Pholidopleuriformes; redfieldiids; Tegeolepididae Romer, 1945; Palaeoniscidae Vogt, 1852; Boreosomidae Gardiner, 1967; Commentryidae Gardiner, 1963; Amphicentridae Moy-Thomas, 1939; Platysomidae Young, 1866; Birgeriidae; Atherstoniidae Gardiner, 1967; Scanilepididae Romer, 1945; Saurichthyiformes Lehmanin GrassŽ 1958; Chondrosteiformes; Perleidiformes; Colobodontidae Stensiš, 1916; Redfieldiiformes; Aethodontidae Brough, 1939; Cleithrolepididae Wade, 1935; Peltopleuriformes; Peltopleuridae; Habriochthyidae; Cephaloxeniformes; Cephaloxenidae; Luganoiiformes; Luganoiidae Brough, 1939; Platysiagiformes; Platysiagidae Brough, 1939; Redfieldiiformes; Dictyopygidae Hay, 1889; Pholidopleuriformes; Pholidopleuridae Wade, 1932; Parasemionotiformes; Tungusichthyidae; Parasemionotoidae; Ptycholepiformes; Ptycholepididae Brough, 1939; Bobasatraniiformes; Bobasatraniidae Stensiš, 1932;.
Genera and Species:
Mesembroniscus Wade; Boreosomus Steniš; Pteronisculus White; Caurichthys Broom; Platysomus Agassiz; Birgeria Stensiš; Atherstonia Woodward; Saurichthys Agassiz; Saurorhynchus; Errolichthys; Palaeopsephurus MacAlpin, 1947; Colobodus Agassiz; Perleidus Deecke; Dollopterus Abel; Thoracopterus Broom; Gigantopterus Abel; Albertonia Gardiner, 1966; Aetheodontus Brough; Cleithrolepidina Berg; Meidiichthys Brough; Peltopleurus Kner; Meridensia Stensiš, 1921; Placopleurus Brough; Habroichthys Brough, 1939; Cephaloxenus Brough, 1939; Luganoia Brough; Besania Brough; Platysiagum Egerton; Redfieldius Hay; Macroaethes Wade; Australosomus Piveteau; Tungusichthys Berg, 1941; Ptycholepis Agassiz; Bobastrania White, 1932; Chirodus;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
North America; Australia; Madagascar; Spitsbergen; Greenland; South Africa; Europe; Montana; Germany; England; Siberia;.

 

168         Gaudant, J., & P. L. Maubeuge. 1971. Sur la dŽcouverte d'un nouvel Anaethalionidae (Poisson tŽlŽostŽen) dans l'Oxfordien des environs de Verdun (Meuse). Bull. Suc. gŽol. de France 13(7):160-162.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian;.
Higher Taxa:
Anaethalionidae.
Genera and Species:
Anaethalion; Anaethalion gigas Sauvage; Anaethalion vidali Sauvage; Lepidotes; Leptolepis; Leptolepis matronensis;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

169         Gayet, M. 1987. Consideraciones preliminares sobre la paleobiogeografia de los osteoglossomorpha. IV Congreso Latinoamericano de Paleontologia, Bolivia 1:379-398.
Age:
Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Phareodontinae; Osteoglossidae; Hiodontidae;.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
China; Mongolia; India; Bolivia; Korea; North America; Europe; Australia; New Guinea; South America;.

 

170         Gayet, M., & F. J. Meunier. 1998. Maastrichtian to Early Late Paleocene freshwater Osteichthyes of Bolivia: additions and comments. pp. 87-110. IN: Malabarba, L. R., Reis, R. E., Vari, R. P., Lucena, Z. M., & Lucena, C. A. S. (eds.), Phylogeny and Classification of Neotropical Fishes. Edipucrs, Porto Alegre, 603 pp.
Age:
Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;.
Higher Taxa:
Heterotidinae; Osteoglossidae; Characiniformes; Serrasalminae; Tetragonopterinae; Rhoadsiinae; Characidae; Latidae; Percichthyidae; Semionotidae; Ceratodontinae; Polypteridae; Lepisosteidae; pycnodontids; Cyprinidae; Andinichthyidae; Ariidae; Doradoids;.
Genera and Species:
Lepidotyle; Dagetella sudamericana Gayet & Meunier, 1992, p.161; Latinopollia; Latinopollia suarezi (Meunier & Gayet, 1966, p. 96); Lepisosteus; Lepisosteus cominatoi; Paralepidosteus; Atractosteus; Lepidotyle enigmatica; Lepidotes mawsonia; Lepidotes maximus; Ectosterorachis nitidus; Phareodus; Brychaetus; Phareoides; Musperia; Phareodusichthys taverni; Paradercetis; Heterotis; Arapaima; Gasteroclupea branisai Signeuz, 1964; "Ilisha" africana; Pristigaster; Gasteroclupea; Molinichthys inopinatus Gayet, 1982c; Rhoadsia; Diplomystus; Andinichthys; Andinichthys bolivianensis; Incaichthys; Hoffstetterichthys; Rhineastes; Percichthys hondoensis Schaeffer, 1947; Santosius; Neoceratodus; Ceratodus; Lepidosiren cf. paradoxa;.
Formation:
El Molino Fm.; Santa Luc’a Fm.; Upper Baru Group; Agua Clara;.
Country and State/Province:
Bolivia; Argentina; Brazil; Congo; Africa; Europe; North America; Germany;.

 

171         Gayet, M., & F. J. Meunier. 2001. Ë propos du genre Paralepidosteus (Ginglymodi, Lepisosteidae) du CrŽtacŽ Gondwanien. Cybium 25:153-159.
Age:
Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian/Santonian; Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Lepisosteiformes; Lepisosteidae;  Semionotiformes; Polypteriformes; Palaeonisciformes;  Paramblyteridae.
Genera and Species:
 Aeduella sp.;  Atractosteus; Atractosteus africanus;  Dagetella sudamericana;  Latinopollia suarezi;  Lepidotes sp.;  Lepidotes mantelli; Lepisosteus cominatoi; Lepisosteus inidcus; Lepisosteus sp.;  Paralepidosteus; Paralepidosteus africanus; Paralepidosteus praecursorObaichthys decoratus; Obaichthys laevis;.
Formation:
santana Fm.; Gitti Khadan; Hotel Cordillera; Damergou; Adamantina Fm.; Lameta Fm.; d'Agua Clara; d'In Beceten; Castell—n Fm.; Angleterre;.
Country and State/Province:
AFRICA: Niger; Congo (Molimba); SOUTH AMERICA: BOLIVIA; INDIA: FRANCE:.

 

172         Gayet, M., F. J. Meunier, & C. Werner. 2002. Diversification in polypteriformes and special comparison with the lepisosteiformes. Palaeontology 45:361-376.
Age:
Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian/Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian/Maastrichtian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian; Triassic; Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Polypteriformes; Palaeonisciformes; Perliidae; Lepisosteiformes; Pycnodontiformes; Halecostomi; semionotids; Bigeriidae; Coccolepididae; Asarotidae;.
Genera and Species:
Cheirolepis; Polypterus dageti; Bartschichthys arnoulti; Saharichthys nigeriensis; Sainthilairia falciformis; Sainthilairia beccussiformis; Sainthilairia elongata; Imbecetemia torta; Imbecetemia tortissima; Nagaiia extrema; Bartschichthys tubularis; Saharichthys africanus; Sainthilairia grandis; Dagetella sudamericana; Latinopollia suarezi; Obaichthys decoratus; Obaichthys? laevis; Paralepidosteus praecursor; Paralepidosteus africanus; Lepisosteus; Lepisosteus opertus; Lepisosteus cominatoi; Lepisosteus indicus; Atractosteus occidentalis;.
Formation:
Santa Luvc’a Fm.; Wadi Milk Fm.; El Molino Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
North America; Cuba; Central America; Africa; Sudan; Morocco; Bolivia; Brazil; Zaire; Montana, USA; Sahara; Niger; Zaire; Madagascar; New World; India; France;.

 

173         Gayet, M., & J. Piveteau. 1982. PalŽontologie. - Nouvelle extension gŽographique et stratigraphique du genre Lepidotes. Note. C. R. Acad. Sc. Paris 294:1387-1390.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late-Rhaetian; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;.
Higher Taxa:
Characidae; Gindglymodi (sic Gayet & Piveteau, 1982, p. 1389); Holostean; Lepidotidae Owen; Teleostei;.
Genera and Species:
Acentrophorus; Lepidotes Agassiz; Lepidotes gallineki; Lepidotes haydeni Leidy; Lepidotes mawsoni Woodward; Lepidotes occidentalis Leidy; Lepidotes piauhyensis Roxo & Lšfgren; Lepidotes souzai Woodward; Lepidotes temnurus Agassiz; Lepidotes walcotti Eastman;.
Formation:
Alamado Fm.; Santana Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Argentina; Austria; Bolivia; Brazil; Congo; Egypt; France; Germany; Italy; Luxembourg; Madagascar; Siberia; Spain; Switzerland; Tanganyika; U.K.: England; U.S.A.: Kansas; Nebraska;.

 

174         Gonz‡lez-Rodr’guez, K., & V.-H. Reynoso. 2004. A new Notagogus (Macrosemiidae, Halecostomi) species from the Albian Tlayœa Quarry, Central Mexico. pp. 265-278. IN: Arratia, G., & Tintori, A. (eds.), Mesozoic Fishes 3 Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 649 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late; Triassic-Triassic Late-Carnian; Triassic-Triassic Late-Norian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Late-(Malmo)-Kimmeridgian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian;.
Higher Taxa:
Halecostomi (sensu Patterson, 1973); Macrosemiidae Thiollire, 1858; Neopterygii (sensu Patterson, 1973).
Genera and Species:
Enchelyolepis Sauvage, 1883; Histionotus Egerton, 1854; Ionoscopus; Legnonotus Egerton, 1854; Legnonotus; Legnonotus cothamensis; Legnonotus krambergeri (Tintori & Renasto, 1983); Macrosemiocotzus americanus (Gonz‡lez-Rodr’guez et al., 2004); Macrosemius Agassiz, 1844; Macrosemius rostratus; Neonotagogus Bravi, 1994; Neonotagogus (= Notagogus); Notagogus Agassiz, 1835; Notagogus decoratus Eastman, 1914; Notagogus denticulatus; Notagogus ferreri Wenz, 1964; Notagogus helenae Tholirre, 1850; Notagogus inimontis Tholirre, 1850; Notagogus novomundi Gonz‡lez-Rodr’guez & Reynoso, 2004, p. 206, Figs. 1-6; Notagogus parvus Traquair, 1911; Notagogus pentlandi Agassiz, 1835; Ophiopsis; Oshunia; Propterus Agassiz, 1834; Propterus vidali; Semionotus; Watsonulus;.
Formation:
limestone deposits of Tlayœa Quarry; Los Hoyas;.
Country and State/Province:
Europe: Belgium; France; Germany; Italy; Spain; Mexico;.

 

175         Goodwin, M. B., W. A. Clemens, J. H. Hutchinson, C. B. Wood, M. S. Zavada, A. Kemp, C. J. Duffin, & C. R. Schaff. 1999. Mesozoic continental vertebrates with assoicated palynostratigraphic dates from the northwestern Ethiopian plateau. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 19:728-741.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Asiatoceratodontiae sic Goodwin, Clemens, Hutchinson, Wood, Zavada, Kemp, Duffin, & Schaff, 1999, Table 1, p. 730; Asiatoceratodontidae; Batoidea; Chondrichthyes; Dipnoi; Elasmobranchii; Hybodontidae; Osteichthyes; Pycnodontidae; Pycnodontiformes; Rhinobatidae; Semionotidae; Semionotiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Asiatoceratodus Vorobyeva, 1967; Asiatoceratodus tiguidensis (Tabaste, 1963); Hybodus Agassiz, 1837; Hybodus brevicostatus Patterson, 1966; Hybodus medius Agassiz; Lepidotes Agassiz, 1832; Priohybodus arambourgi d'Erasmo, 1960; Pycnodus Agassiz, 1833; Rhinobatos Linck, 1790;.
Formation:
Adigrat Sandstone; Blina Fm.; Debre Libanos Sandstone; Gohatsion Fm.; Lagajima Sandstone; Lyme Regis; Mugher Mudstone;.
Country and State/Province:
Australia; Ethiopia; U.K.: England;.

 

176         Gosline, W. A. 1965. Teleostean Phylogeny. Copeia 1965:186-194.
Age:
Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
Pholidophoroidea; Halecostomi; Leptolepidae;.
Genera and Species:
Leptolepis; Semionotus; Lepidotes; Tetragonolepis; Acentrophorus; Dapedium;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

177         Gosline, W. K. 1980. The evolution of some structural systems with reference to the interrelationships of modern lower Teleostean fish groups. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology 27:1-27.
Age:
Jurassic; Cretaceous.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Leptolepis coryphaenoides; Erichaleis; Notelops;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

178         Goto, M. 1994. Another Jurassic Park--the world in the Solnhofen Limestone, South Germany. Newton 14:110-117.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
TCM, Solnhofen Limestone.
Country and State/Province:
South Germany.

 

179         Goto, M. 1994. Palaeozoic and early Mesozoic fish faunas of the Japanese Islands. The Island Arc 3:247-254.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Acrodontidae; Hybodontidae; Leptolepiformes; Osteichthyes; Polyacrodontidae;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus; Asteracanthus; Asteracanthus somaensis (Yabe, 1902); Hybodus; Polyacrodus minimus (Agassiz, 1839); Strophodus;.
Formation:
TCM; Nakanosawa Fm.; Nakijin Fm.; Niranohama Fm.; Rifu Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Japan;.

 

180         Goto, M., & N. Kuga. 1982. A review on the fossil chondrichthyes of Mesozoic and Paleozoic of Japan. Fossil Club Bulletin 14:47-53.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Alopiidae; Chondrichthyes; Cretoxyrhinidae; Elasmobranchii; Galeomorphii; Heptranchidae; Heterodontiformes; Hexanchidae; Hexanchiformes; Hybodontidae; Hybodontomorphii; Lamnidae; Lamniformes; Mitsukurindae; Odontaspididae Muller & Henle, 1834; Orthacodontidae; Pristiophoridae; Pristiophoriformes; Ptychodontidae; Squalomorphii;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus; Anomotodon; Asteracanthus; Cretolamna appendiculata appendiculata; Cretolamna appendiculata lata; Cretoxyrhina mantelli; Heteroptychodus steinmanni; Hexanchus microdon; Hybodus; Meristodon; Notidanodon loozi; Notidanodon pectinatus; Odontaspis complanata; Orthacodus longidens; Paranomatodon angustidens; Plicatolamna macrorhiza; Pristiophorus; Ptychodus latissimus; Ptychodus mammilaris; Ptychodus rugosus; Scapanorhynchus rhapiodon; Scapanorhynchus texanus; Squalicorax; Synechodus;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Japan.

 

181         Goto, M., N. Kuga, & K. Hachiya. 1991. On the hybodont elasmobranch teeth of three genera from the Mesozoic of Japan. Geological Society of Japan, Journal 97:743-750.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Acrodontidae Casier, 1959; Chondrichthyes; Ctenacanthiformes; Elasmobranchii; Euselachii; Hybodontidae Owen, 1846; Hybodontoidea;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus; Asteracanthus Agassiz, 1837; Hybodus Agassiz, 1837;.
Formation:
TCM; Niranohama Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Japan;.

 

182         Goto, M., T. Uyeno, & Y. Yabumoto. 1996. Summary of Mesozoic elasmobranch remains from Japan. pp. 73-82. 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.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes; 4 species of Triassic hybodontoids; 4 species of Jurassic hybodontoids; 39 species of Cretaceous hybodontoids; ptychodontoids; hexanchoids; orthacodontoids; pristiophoroids; lamnopids; palaeospinacoids; sclerorhyncoids; Hybodontiformes; Hybodontidae; Acrodontidae; Polyacrodontidae; Ptychodontidae; Hexanchiformes; Hexanchidae; Lamniformes; Odontaspidae; Mitsurkurinidae; Cretoxyrhinidae; Orthacodontidae; Alopidae; Anacorachidae; Pristiophoriformes; Pristiophoridae; Galeomorphi incert. ordin.; Palaeospinacidae; Rajiformes; Sclerorhynchidae;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus; Anomotodon; Asteracanthus; Asteracanthus somaensis (Yabe); Cretolamna appendiculata appendiculata (Agassiz); Cretoxyrhina mantelli (Agassiz); Heteroptychodus steinmanni Yabe & Obata; Hexanchus microdon Agassiz; ?Hexanchus microdon Agassiz; Hybodus; Hybodus basanus Egerton; Ischyrhiza iwakiensis Uyeno & Hasegawa; Notidanodon ?pectinatus (Agassiz); Notidanodon cf. dentatus (Woodward); Notorynchus; Odontaspis; Odontaspis complanata (Egerton); ?Paranomotodon angustidens (Reuss); Paraorthacodus; Polyacrodus minimus Agassiz; Pristiophorus; Protolamnia; Protolamnia sokolovi Cappetta; Ptychodus latissimus Agassiz; Ptychodus mammillaris Agassiz; Ptychodus rugosus Dixon; Scapanorhynchus; Scapanorhynchus raphiodon Agassiz; Scapanorhynchus texanus Roemer; Sphenodus longidens Agassiz; Squalicorax;.
Formation:
TCM; Adoyama Fm.; Akedo Fm.; Azenotani Fm.; Hinoshima Fm.; Hiraiga Fm.; Kajisako Fm.; Mitari Fm.; Niranohama Fm.; Numamachi Fm.; Taho Fm.; Tamayama Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Japan; Russia: Saghalin;.

 

183         Grande, L. 1996. Using the extant Amia calva to test the monophyly of Mesozoic groups of fishes. pp. 181-190. 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.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Amiidae;  Caturidae;  Eugnathidae;  Sinamiidae;.
Genera and Species:
Amia;  Amiopsis damoni (Egerton, 1858);  Calamopleurus cylindricus Agassiz, 1841;  Cyclurus;  Kindleia;  Liodesmus;  Maliamia Patterson & Longbottom, 1989;  Melvius Bryant, 1987;  Pachyamia latimaxillaris Chalifa & Tchernov, 1982;  Urocles;  Vidalamia catalunica (Sauvage, 1903);.
Formation:
TCM; Solnhofen; Santana Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
North America; Germany; England, U.K.; Brazil; Spain; Israel; China;.

 

184         Grande, L. 2000. Fossils, Phylogeny, and Patterson's Rule pp. 24-30. IN: Forey, P. L., Gardiner, B. G., and Humphries, C. (ed.) Colin Patterson (1933-1998), a celebration of his life. Vol. Special issue no. 2. The Linnean society of London, London, England, U.K.Triassic, Jurassic, Cretaceous.
Higher Taxa:
Haleocomorpha, Pachycormiformes; Aspidorhynchiformes; Pleuropholidae; Ichthyokentema; Pholidophorus higginsi; Pholidophorus bechei; Pholidophorus dorsetensis; Proleptolepis; Leptolepis coryphaenoides; Ichthyodectiformes; Tharsis; Osteoglossomorpha; Elopomorpha; Leptolepides; Clupeomorpha; Euteleostei;.
Genera and Species:
Pholidophorus higginsi; Pholidophorus bechei; Pholidophorus dorsetensis; Proleptolepis; Leptolepis coryphaenoides; Tharsis; Leptolepides.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

185         Grande, L. 2004. Categorizing various classes of morphological variation, and the importance of this to vertebrate paleontology, p. 123-136. IN: Arratia, G., & Tintori, A. (eds.). Mesozoic Fishes 3 Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland. 649 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Amiiformes;  Sinamiidae;.
Genera and Species:
 Ikechaoamia meridionalis;  Urocles;.
Formation:
Solnhofen Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Germany; China.

 

186         Grande, L., & W. E. Bemis. 1991. Osteology and phylogenetic relationships of fossil and Recent paddlefishes (Polyodontidae) with comments on the interrelationships of Acipenseriformes. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology Memoir 1 11:1-121.
Age:
Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Polyodontidae; Chondrosteidae;.
Genera and Species:
 Polyodon disjectus;  Paleopsephurus wilsoni MacAlpin, 1941;  Chrondrosteus acipenseroides Egerton, 1858;.
Formation:
Hell Creek Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Montana, USA; England, UK;.

 

187         Grande, L., & W. E. Bemis. 1996. Interrelationships of Acipenseriformes, with comments on "Chrondrostei." Chapter 5. pp. 85-115. IN: Stiassny, M. L. J., Parenti, L. R., & Johnson, G. D. (eds.), Interrelationships of Fishes. Academic Press, San Diego, California. 496 pp.
Age:
Jurrasic; Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Acipenseriformes;.
Genera and Species:
Acipenseridae; Peipiaosteus pani Liu and Zhou, 1965;  Protoscaphirhynchus Wilimovsky, 1956;.
Formation:
TCM; Hell Creek Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Europe; Asia; North America;.

 

188         Grande, L., & W. E. Bemis. 1999. Historical biogeography and historical paleoecology of Amiidae and other halecomorph fishes. pp. 413-424. IN: Arratia, G., and Schultze, Hans-Peter (ed.) Mesozoic Fishes 2: Systematics and the Fossil Record. Proceedings of the International Meeting Buckow, 1997. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 604 pp.
Age:
Cretceous; Jurassic; Triassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Amiidae; Amiinae; Amiiformes;  Amiopsinae;  Catuoridea; Halecostomi;  Ionoscopiformes;  Parasemionotiformes;  Sinamiidae;  Solnhofenamiinae;  Vidalamiinae;.
Genera and Species:
 Amia hesperia;  Amia pattersoni;  Amia suctata;  Amiaopsis lepidota (Agassiz, 1833);  Calamopleurus cylindricus Agassiz, 1841;  Caturus furcatus Agassiz, 1843;  Cyclurus fragosus (Jordan, 1927);  Cyclurus gurleyi;  Ikechaomaia orientalis Liu, 1961;  Ionoscopus cyprinoides (Wagner, 1863);  Nipponamia;  Nipponamia satoi (Yabumoto, 1994);  Solenhofenamia elongata (Agassiz, 1839);  Vidalamia catalunica (Sauvage, 1903);  Watsonulus eugnathoides (Piveteau, 1935);.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Brazil; Morocco; Mali; Spain; Montana; New Mexico; Middle East; Mexico;.

 

189         Grande, L., & T. M. Cavender. 1991. Description and phylogenetic reassessment of the monotypyic  Ostariostomidae (Teleostei). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 11:405-416.
Age:
Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Late;.
Higher Taxa:
 Ostariostomidae Schaeffer, 1949;  Lycopteridae;  ichthyodectiformes; Osteoglossomorpha sensu Patterson & Rosen, 1977; Teleostei sensu Patterson & Rosen, 1977; Hiodontoidea sensu Patterson & Rosen, 1977;.
Genera and Species:
 Ostariostoma Schaeffer, 1949;  Ostariostoma wilseyi Schaeffer, 1949; Xiphactinus audax Leidy;  Lycoptera middendorfi MŸller;  Leptolepis nevadensis David, 1941;.
Formation:
Niobrara Fm.; Livingston Fm.; Lance Fm.; Hell Creek Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
USA: Kansas; Montana: Madison County; China: Hunan Province;.

 

190         Grande, L., & E. J. Hilton. 2006. An exquisitely preserved skeleton representing a primitive sturgeon from the Upper Cretaceous Judith River Formation of Montana (Acipenseriformes: Acipenseridae: N. Gen. and Sp.). Journal of Paleontology 80 (Memoir 65):1-39.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Acipenseridae Bonaparte, 1831 (sic Grande & Hilton, 2006, pp. 5, 35); Acipenseriformes Berg, 1940; Acipenserinae; Acipenseroidei (sensu Grande & Bemis, 1991); Actinopteri Cope, 1872 (sensu Rosen et al., 1981); Actinopterygii Cope, 1887 (senus Rosen, et al., 1981); Chondrostei MŸller, 1844 (sensu Patterson, 1982); Chondrosteidae; Chondrosteoidei sensu Grande & Bemis, 1991; Neopterygii; Osteichthyes Huxley, 1880; Peipiaosteidae; Peipiaosteoidei Grande & Bemis, 1996; Polyodontidae Bonaparte, 1838; Psammorhynchinae Grande & Hilton, 2006, p. 5; Scaphirhynchini Bonaparte, 1846;.
Genera and Species:
Acipenser albertensis Lambe, 1902; Acipenser cretaceous Daimeries, 1892; Acipenser eruciferus (Cope, 1876); Acipenser kotelnikovi Nesov IN: Nessov et al., 1990; Chrondosteus Agassiz, 1844; Chrondosteus acipenseroides Egerton, 1858; Crossopholis magnicaudatus Cope, 1883; Paleopsephurus wilsoni MacAlpin, 1941; Peipiaosteus pani liu & Zhou, 1965; Polyodon tuberculata Grande & Bemis, 1991; Propenser hewletti Applegate, 1970; Protopsephurus Lu, 1994; Protopsephurus liui Lu, 1994; Protoscaphirhynchus Wilimovsky, 1956; Protoscaphirhynchus squamosus Wilimovsky, 1956; Psammorhynchus Grande & Hilton, 2006, p. 5; Psammorhynchus longipinnis Grande & Hilton, 2006, p. 5; Yanosteus longidorsalis Jin, et al., 1995;.
Formation:
Claggett Fm.; Hell Creek Fm.; Judith River Fm.; Yixian Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Asia; Belgium; China; CANADA: Alberta; USA: Alaska; Delaware; Montana; Wyoming; UZBEKISTAN;.

 

191         Gray, J. 1988. Evolution of the freshwater ecosystem: the fossil record. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 62:1-214.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Acipenseriformes; Actinopterygii; Albulidae; Albulinae; Albuloidei; Amiidae; Amiiformes; Amioidei; Anguilliformes; Apsopelicidae; Archaeomaeniidae; Aspidorhynchidae; Aspidorhynchiformes; Atheriniformes; Atherinomorpha; Batoidea; Blochiidae; Catervariolidae; Caturidae; Chanidae; Characiformes; Characoidei; Chondrostei; Chondrosteidae; Clupeiformes; Clupeomorpha; Coelacanthini; Coelacanthiformes; Coelacanthomorpha; Crossopterygii; Ctenothrissiformes; Cypriniformes; Dasyatidae; Dipnoi; Ellimmichthyidae; Ellimmichthyiformes; Elopidae; Elopiformes; Elopocephala; Elopoidei; Elopomorpha; Euselachii; Exocoetoidei; Galeoidea; Gonorhynchidae; Gonorhynchiformes; Halecostomi; Hiodontidae; Hiodontoidea; Holostei; Hybodontoidea; Hybodontiformes; Ichthyodectidae; Ichthyodectiformes; Ichthyodectoidei; Lamniformes; Lepisosteidae; Lepisostoidei; Leptolepidae; Leptolepiformes; Leptolepimorpha; Ligulellidae de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 103; Lycopteridae; Macrosemiidae; Macrosemiiformes; Majokiidae de Saint-Seine, 1955, p. 107; Megalopidae; Myliobatoidea; Neopterygii; Orectolobidae; Ostariophysi; Osteoglossiformes; Osteoglossamorpha; Pachycormidae; Pachyrhizodonidae; Palaeolabridae; Paleonisciformes; Paracanthopterygii; Parasemionotidae; Parasemionotoidei; Peipiaosteidae Liu & Zhou, 1965, p. 247; Perciformes; Percoidei; Percopsiformes; Pholidophoriformes; Pleuropholidae; Polypteridae; Polypteriformes; Pristidae; Promecosominidae; Protacanthopterygii; Ptycholepoidei; Pycnodontidae; Pycnodontiformes; Rhipidista; Sarcopterygii; Sciaenidae; Selachii; Semionotidae; Semionotiformes; Semionotoidei; Siluriformes; Sinamiidae; Sphenocephaloidei; Squaliformes; Squaloidea; Squatinidae; Teleostei;.
Genera and Species:
Acentrophorus; Anaethalion; Anaethalion vidali; Aspidorhynchus; Atractosteus; Belonostomus; Belonostomus longirostris; Brachaelurus; Catevariolus; Chanderlichthys strickeri; Chanopsis Casier, 1961; Chanos leopoldl D'Erasmo, 1915; Charitosomus; Chiloscyllium; Chinlea; Cladocyclus; Dastilbe; Dasyatis; Diplomystus kokuraensis; Diplomystus primotinus; Ellimichthys; Fuchunkiangia; Huashia; Ikechaoamia; Ischyrhiza; Kindleia; Kuntulunia; Kuyangichthys; Lepisosteus; Leptolepis talbragarensis; Lissodus; Lissodus minimus; Lycoptera; Mesoclupea; Myledaphus; Palaeodenticeps; Palaeolabrus; Parachanos Arambourg & Schneegans, 1935; Paraclupea; Peipiasteus; Pholidophorus; Prochanos; Promecosomina; Ptycholepis; Rhombodus; Sinamia; Sphenocephalus; Squatirhina; Sunolepis; Tharrhias; Trygon; Xenacanthus;.
Formation:
Chandler Fm.; Chinle Fm.; Dahuichan Fm.; Edmonton Fm.; El Molino Fm.; Fox Hills Fm.; Fox Hills Sandstone; Hawkesbury Sandstone; Hell ‚reek Fm.; Ilhas Fm.; Jehol Fm.; Judith River Fm.; Kirtland Shale; Koonwarra Fish Beds; Kota Fm.; Lance Fm.; Lockatong Fm.; Lueders Fm.; Maleri Fm.; Mesaverde Fm.; Milk River Fm.; Moenkopi Fm.; Niobrara Fm.; Oldman Fm.; Plattenkohle; Rehe Fm.; Santana Fm.; St. Mary River Fm.; Tecovas Fm.; Wardie Shales;.
Country and State/Province:
Antarctica; Australia: New South Wales; Belgium; Bolivia; Brazil; Canada: Alberta; British Columbia; Northwest Territory; Nova Scotia; Saskatchewan; China: Inner Mongolia; Costa Rica; Cuba; Czechoslovakia; Egypt; France; Germany; India; Italy; Japan; Kazakstan; Korea; Lebanon; Mexico; Mongolia; Morocco; Russia: Siberia; South Africa; Spain; Spitzbergen; Thailand; U.K.: England; Scotland; USA: Arizona; Colorado; Connecticut; Kansas; Massachusetts; Montana; Nebraska; New Mexico; North Carolina; North Dakota; Oregon; Pennsylvania; South Dakota; Texas; Utah; Virginia; Washington; Wyoming; Yugoslavia; Zaire [Belgian Congo]; Zambia {Northern Rhodesia];.

 

192         Greenwood, P. H. 1970. On the genus Lycoptera and its relationship with the family Hiodontidae (Pisces, Osteoglossomorpha). British Museum (Natural History) Zoology, Bulletin 19:257-285.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Hiodontidae; Lycopteryidae;.
Genera and Species:
Lycoptera; Lycoptera middendorfii MŸller, Lycoptera davidi; Lycoptera fragilis Hussakof, 1932; Manchurichthys; Sinolycoptera; Mesoclupea;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Siberia; Mongolia; China;.

 

193         Greenwood, P. H., D. E. Rosen, S. H. Weitzman, & G. S. Myers. 1966. Phyletic studies of teleostean fishes, with a provisional classification of living forms. Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist. 131:339-456.
Age:
Cretaceous; Jurassic; Triassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Halosauridae; Dercetidae; Clupavidae; Leptolepidae;.
Genera and Species:
Echidnocephalus Enchelurus; Protonotacanthus; Urenchelys; Anguillavus;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

194         Griffith, J. 1977. The Upper Triassic fishes from Polzberg bei Lunz, Austria. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 60:1-93.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late-Carnian; Jurassic-Jurassic-Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Acrolepididae; Actinopterygii; Amblypteridae; Archaeomenidae Goodrich, 1909; Bobasatraniiformes; Catervariolidae; Caturidae; Cephaloxeniformes; Coelacanthida; Crossopterygii; Dapediidae; Dipnoi; Gonatodidae; Habroichthyidae Gardiner, 1967; Haleocomorphi; Haleocostomi; Haplolepiformes; Ichthyokentemidae; Luganoiidae Brough, 1939; Luganoiiformes; Palaeonisciformes; Paracentrophoridae; Parasemionotidae; Parasemionotiformes; Peltopleuridae; Peltopleuriformes; Perleidiformes; Pholidophoridae sensu lato Woodward, 1890; Pholidophoridae sensu stricto Nybelin, 1966; Pholidopleuriformes; Platysiagiformes; Polypteriformes; Polzbergidae Griffith, 1977, p. 11; Polzbergiiformes Griffith, 1977, p. 10; Promecosominidae; Ptycholepiformes; Saurichthyidae; Saurichthyiformes; Semionotidae; Teleostei; Thoracopteridae Griffith, 1977, p. 37; Tungusichthyidae;.
Genera and Species:
Acidorhynchus brevirostris (Hauff, 1938)(=Saurorhynchus brevirostris); Aethodontus besanensis; Allolepidotus; Besania Brough, 1939; Aneurolepis; Archaeolepidotus; Besania; Besania micrognathus; Bobasatrania; Catervariolus; Cephaloxenus macropterus (Brough, 1939); Ceratodus sturii; ?Coelacanthus lunzensis; Colobodus; Colobodus ornatus; Drydenius; Ecrinesomus; Ecrinosomus (sic In: Griffith, 1977, p. 19); Elpistoichthys Griffith, 1977, p. 60; Elpistoichthys pectinatus Griffith, 1977, p. 61; Elpistoichthys striolatus Griffith, 1977, p. 69; Elpistoichthys striatulus (sic In: Griffith, 1977, p. 79); Eoeugnathus; Eoeuganathus (sic In: Griffith, 1977, p. 81) megalepis; Eomesodon hoeferi; ?Eurycormus; Gigantopterus Abel; Gigantopterus telleri Abel, 1906; Habroichthys Brough, 1939; Habroichthys gregarius Griffith, 1977, p. 26; Habroichthys minimus; Haplolepis; Haplolepis attheyi; Haplolepis ovoidea; Haplolepis tuberculata; IIchthyokentema Woodward, 1941; Ichthyokentema purbeckensis (Davies); Luganoia Brough, 1939; Luganoia intermedia; Luganoia lepidosteoides; Luganoia macrodentata; Meridensia gibba; Meridensia meridensis; Nannolepis Griffith, 1977, p. 33; Nannolepis elegans Griffith, 1977, p. 33; Orthurus sturii; Paracentrophorus; Paramblypterus; Peltopleurus Knerr, 1866; Peltopleurus dirumptus Griffith, 1977, p. 20; Peltopleurus gracilis Knerr, 1866, p. 183; Peltopleurus humilis; Peltopleurus kneri; Peltopleurus lissocephalus Brough, 1939; Peltopleurus maeseni Leriche, 1911; Peltopleurus orientalis Su, 1959; Peltopleurus rugosus Brough, 1939; Peltopleurus splendens Knerr, 1866; Perleidus; Phaidrosoma Griffith, 1977, p. 51; Phaidrosoma lunzensis Griffith, 1977, p. 51; Pholidophoretes Griffith, 1977, p. 72; Pholidophoretes salvus Griffith, 1977, p. 72; Pholidophorus bronni; Pholidophorus macrocephalus; Pholidopleurus; Pholidopleurus typus; Placopleurus Brough, 1939; Placopleurus besanensis; Placopleurus primus; Platysiagum; Platysiagum minor; Polzbergia; Polzbergia brochatus Griffith, 1977, p. 11; ?Prohalceites; Promecosomina; Pseudogonatodus; Pterygopterus apus Knerr, p, 722; Ptycholepis avus; Ptycholepis barboi; Ptycholepis raiblianus; Pyritocephalus; Saurichthys Agassiz, 1834; Saurichthys calcaratus Griffith, 1977, p. 4; Saurichthys curioni; Saurichthys intermedius; Saurichthys stoppanii; Saurichthys striolatus (Bronn) (Griffith, 1959); Saurorhynchus acutus (Gardiner, 1960); Saurorhynchus brevirostris; Sinoeugnathus; Thoracopterus Bronn; Thoracopterus niederristi Bronn, 1858, p. 18; Woodthorpea;.
Formation:
Plzberg bei Lunz.
Country and State/Province:
Austria.

 

195         Griffith, J., & C. Patterson. 1963. The structure and relationships of the Jurassic fish Ichthyokentema purbeckensis. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Geology 8:1-43.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Ichthyokentema purbeckensis.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

196         Hall, R. L., & A. G. Neuman. 1989. Teudopsis cadominensis, a new teuthid squid from the Toarcian (Lower Jurassic) of Alberta. Journal of Paleontology 63:324-327.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Toarcian.
Higher Taxa:
saurichthyid.
Genera and Species:
Acidorhychus cf. A. acutus.
Formation:
Fernie.
Country and State/Province:
Alberta.

 

197         Hesse, C. J. 1935. Semionotus cf. gigas from the Triassic of Zion Park, Utah. American Journal of Science 29:526-531.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic {actually Lower Jurassic according to Huber et al. 1993.}; Jurassic-Jurassic Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Semionotidae;.
Genera and Species:
Acentrophous chicopensis; Ceratodus; Lepidotus? lacotanus Gregory, 1924, p. 1; Lepidotus wolcotti Eastman, 1917, pp. 283-284; Macropoma; Semionotus cf. gigas; Tetragonolepis sp.?; Xenognathus obscurus;.
Formation:
Chinle Fm.; Moenave Fm.; Newark Fm.; Spray River Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Canada: Alberta; USA: California; Idaho; Massachusetts; Nevada; Pennsylvania; South Dakota; Utah; Virginia;.

 

198         Hesse, C. J. 1936. Triassic fish fauna of Western North America. Proceedings of the Geological Society of America 1935:417.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic {= Lower Jurassic [Moenave Fm. now considered to be Lower Jurassic according to Huber et al. 1993]}; Jurassic-Jurassic Early;.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Semionotus cf. gigas.
Formation:
Moenave Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
USA:.

 

199         Hills, R. C. 1880. Note on the occurrence of fossils in the Triassic and Jurassic beds near San Miguel in Colorado. American Journal of Science 3:490.
Age:
Triassic, Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
fishes.
Genera and Species:
Catopterus gracilis.
Formation:
Chinle (Dolores) Fm.
Country and State/Province:
Colorado, near San Miguel.

 

200         Hilton, E. J. 2002. Mesozoic Fishes: systematics and Paleoecology (Proceedings of the International Meeting, EichstŠtt, 1993). Gloria Arratia and GŸnter Viohl (eds.). 1996. Dr. Friedrtich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Germany. ISBN 3-923871-90-2. 576 p. Copeia 2002:539-542.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Triassic-Triassic Middle/Early;.
Higher Taxa:
 Pholidophoriformes; polypteriform;  Pycnodontiformes;  Semionotidae;  Pachycormiformes;  Aspidorhynchiformes;  Judeichthyidae; Chanidae;  Sphenocephalidae;  perleidids;.
Genera and Species:
 Protospinax annectans;  Iansan;  Notidanodon;  Pollia;  Araripelepidotes;  Obaichthys; Paralepidotes ornatus;  Semionotus;  Lepidotes;  Ramallichthys;  Judeichthys;  Rubeiesichthys;  Enchodus zinensis;  Xenyllion zonensis;  Macropoma willemoiesii;  Udina;  Ptychoceratodus philippsi;  Ceratodus;.
Formation:
Mowry Fm.; Solnhofen Fm.; Tlayœa Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Germany; Brazil; Israel; Utah; Australia; Africa; North America; China; Madagascar; Mexico;.

 

201         Hilton, E. J. 2005. The sister-group of Acipenserifomes: a review of possible candidates. pp. 127-131. IN: Poyato-Ariza, F. J. (ed.). Extended Abstracts. Fourth International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics, Homology, and Nomenclature. Ediciones Universidad Aut—noma de Madrid, Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain August 8th-14th, 2005. 310 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Acipenseridae; Acipenseriformes;  Chondrosteidae; chondrostei;  Peipiaosteidae; Polyodontidae;.
Genera and Species:
 Birgeria;  Boreosomus;  Cheirolepis; chondrosteus acipenseroides Coccolepis;  Moythomasia;  Pteronisculus;  Saurichthys;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
U.K.: England;.

 

202         Hilton, E. J., & L. Grande. 2001. Morphology of  Coccolepis bucklandi Agassiz (Actinopterygii) from Solnhofen. p. 43. IN: Tintori, A. (ed.). III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. UNIMI, Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.
Age:
Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrostei.
Genera and Species:
 Coccolepis bucklandi Agassiz.
Formation:
Solnhofen.
Country and State/Province:
Germany.

 

203         Hilton, E. J., L. Grande, & W. E. Bemis. 2004. Morphology of  Coccolepis bucklandi Agassiz, 1843 (Actinopterygii,  Coccolepidae) from the Solnhofen Lithographic Limestone deposits (Upper Jurassic, Germany). pp. 209-238. IN: Arratia, G., & Tintori, A. (eds.), Mesozoic Fishes 3 Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 649 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Acipenseriformes; Actinopteri Cope, 1871; Actinopterygii Cope, 1887;  aspidorhynchids;  Birgeriidae; Chondrostei; Cladistia;  Coccolepidae Berg, 1940; Halecostomi; Holostei; Neopterygii; Osteichthyes Huxley, 1880;  Palaeoniscidae;  Palaeonisciformes;  Peipiosteidae;  pholidopleuriform; Polypteriformes; Teleostei;  Thrissonotidae;.
Genera and Species:
 Angarichthys Sytchevskaya & Yakowlew, 1985;  Angarichthys rohoni Sytchevskaya & Yakovlev, 1985;  Birgeria;  Bobasatrania;  Brookvalia;  Browneichthyes Woodward, 1889;  Browneichthyes ornatus;  Charitodon;  Cheirolepis;  Coccocephalus;  Coccolepis Agassiz, 1843;  Coccolepis andrewsi Woodward, 1891;  Coccolepis anisocowitchi Gorizdro-Kulczycja, 1926;  Coccolepis australis Woodward, 1895a;  Coccolepis bucklandi Agassiz, 1843;  Coccolepis cockerelli White, 1934;  Coccolepis groeberi (Bordas, 1943);  Coccolepis liassica Woodward, 1890;  Coccolepis macroptera Traquair, 1911;  Coccolepis martynovi Eremeyeva, 1940;  Coccolepis socialis Gorizdro-Kulczycja, 1926;  Coccolepis woodwardi Waldman, 1971;  Coccolepis yumenensis (Liu, 1957);  Crossopholis;  Cryphiolepis; Denticeps clupeoides;  Dorypterus;  Ecrinosomus;  Gracilgnathichthys;  Igornichthys;  Mesopoma;  Mimia;  Morrolepis Kirkland, 1998;  Morrolepis schaefferi Kirkland, 1998;  Moythomasia;  Oxygnathus;  Oxygnathus turkestanensis Gorizdro-Kulczycja, 1926;  Palaeoniscinotus;  Paleopsephurus;  Peipiasosteus pani;  Peltoperleidus bellipinnis;  Phanerosteon;  Plesiococcolepis Wang, 1977;  Plesiococcolepis hunanensis Wang, 1977;  Protopsephurus;  Pteroniscus Ghekker, 1948;  Pteroniscus turkestanensis (Gorizdro-Kulczycja, 1926);  Sceleophorus;  Sphaerolepis;  Sunolepis;  Yanosteus;.
Formation:
Kara-Tau; Lower Purbeck Beds; Solnhofen.
Country and State/Province:
Argentina; Australia; Belgium; China; Germany; Kazakhstan; Siberia; United Kingdom: England; USA: Colorado;.

 

204         Horner, J. 1989. The Mesozoic terrestrail ecosystems of Montana. pp. 153-162. IN: French, D. E., & Graff, R. F. (eds.). 1989 Field Conference Guidebook: Montana Centennial Edition. Geologic Resources of Montana. Vol. 1. Montana Geological Society.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late-Tithonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Amid; Chondrichthyes; Dipnoi; Holostean; hybodont;.
Genera and Species:
Acipencer (sic Horner, 1989, p. 157); Acipenser; Amia; Archaeotriakis; Belonostomus; Ceratodus; Chiloscyllium; Coriops; Cretorectolobus; Diphyodus; Elasmodus; Eucrossorhinus; Hybodus; Hypotodus; Ischyodus; Ischyrhiza; Lepisoteus; Lonchidion; Myledaphus; Odontaspis; Ostariostoma; Palaeolabrus; Palaeopsephurus; Parabula; Phyllodus; Platacodon; Plicatolamna; Protoplatyrhina; Protoscaphirhynchus; Ptychotrygon; Squalicorax; Synechodus;.
Formation:
Billman Creek Fm.; Chugwater Fm.; Claggett Shale; Cloverly Fm.; Cokedale Fm.; Eagle Sandstone; Fox Hills Fm.; Hell Creek Fm.; Hoppers Fm.; Horsethief Sandstone; Judith River Fm.; Kootenai Fm.; Lance Fm.; Lennep Sandstone; Miner Creek Fm.; Morrison Fm.; Parkman Sandstone; Saint Mary River Fm.; Two Medicine Fm.; Willow Creek Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
USA: Montana;.

 

205         Huber, P., S. G. Lucas, & A. P. Hunt. 1993. Chapter 4. Late Triassic fish Assemblages of the North American Western Interior. pp. 51-66. IN: Morales, M. (ed.) Aspects of Mesozoic Geology and Paleontology of the Colorado Plateau. Vol. 59. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late-Norian; Triassic-Triassic Late-Carnian.
Higher Taxa:
hybodont; "new pholidophorid"; perleidids; redfieldiids;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus sp.; Arganodus; Carinacanthus jepseni; Chinlea sp.; Chinlea sorenseni; Cionichthys sp.; Cionichthys dunklei; Cionichthys greeni; Dictyopyge spp.; Diplurus-Pariostegus; cf. Hemicalpterus; Hemicalpterus weiri; Lasalichthys billsi; Lissodus sp. nov.; Lissodus humblei; Semionotus; Semionotus brauni; Semionotus aff. braunii (sic); Synorichthys-Lasalichthys; Synorichthys stewarti; Tanaocrossus; Tanaocrossus kalliokoski; Turseodus; Turseodus acutus; Turseodus dolorensis; Xenacanthus moorei;.
Formation:
TCM, Popo Agie, Tecovas Member, Blue Mesa Member, Bluewater Creek, Santa Rosa, Garita Creek, Trujillo Member, Sonsela Member, Painted Desert Member, Owl Rock, Bull Canyon, Rock Point, Redonda, Sloan Canyon, Passaic-Blomidon, Cow Branch-upper New Oxford - Lockatong, Cumnock, Pekin, Turkey Branch, Vinita beds Productive Coal Measures, [Moenave Fm. now considered to be Lower Jurassic according to Huber et al. 1993].
Country and State/Province:
USA: Arizona; Colorado; New Mexico; Texas; Utah; Wyoming;.

 

206         Hussakof, L. 1932. The fossil fishes collected by the Central Asiatic Expeditions. American Museum Novitates:1-19.
Age:
Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Lycopteridae;.
Genera and Species:
Lycoptera fragilis Hussakof, 1932, p. 2; Lycoptera middendorffi; Lycoptera sinensis Woodward; Lycoptera ferox Grabau; Leptolepis dubius;.
Formation:
Ondai Sair (Paper-shale), Gobi Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Mongolia; Siberia;.

 

207         Imlay, R. W. 1957. Paleoecology of Jurassic seas in the Western Interior of the United States. Pp. 469-504. IN: Ladd, H. S. (ed.) Treatise on Marine Ecology and Paleoecology, Vol. 2: Paleoecology. Vol. 67. Geological Society of America Memoir
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias); Jurassic-Jurassic Middle (Dogger)-Callovian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm); Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian;.
Higher Taxa:
fish (p. 498);.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Canyon Springs Sandstone; Carmel Fm.; Curtis Fm.; Entrada Sandstone; Fernie shale; Gypsum Spring Fm.; Hulett Sandstone; Lak Member; Morrison Fm.; Navajo Sandstone; Nugget Sandstone; Piper Fm.; Pruess Sandstone; Redwater Shale Member; Rierdon Fm.; San Rafael Swell; Sawtooth Fm.; Stockade Beaver Shale; Stump Sandstone; Summerville Fm.; Sundance Fm.; Swift Fm.; Todilto Limestone; Todilto Sandstone; Twin Creek Limestone;.
Country and State/Province:
Canada: Alberta; British Columbia; Manitoba; Saskatchewan; Yukon; Europe; Greenland; USA: Alaska; Arkansas; Arizona; Colorado; Idaho; Kansas; Minnesota; Montana; Nebraska; Nevada; New Mexico; North Dakota; Oklahoma; South Dakota; Texas; Utah; Wyoming;.

 

208         Jain, S. L. 1983. A review of the genus Lepidotes (Actinopterygii: Semionotiformes) with special reference to the species from Kota Formation (Lower Jurassic), India. Journal of the Palaeontological Society of India 28:7-42.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early.
Higher Taxa:
Semnionotiformes.
Genera and Species:
Lepidotes; Paradapedium; Tetragonolepis; Pholidophorus; Indocoelacanthus;.
Formation:
Kota Fm.
Country and State/Province:
India.

 

209         Jeletzky, J. A. 1984. Jurassic-Cretacveous boundary beds of Western and Arctic Canada and the problem of the Tithonian-Berriasian stages in the boreal realm. pp. 175-256. IN: Westermann, G. E. G. (ed.) Jurassic-Cretaceous Biochronology and Paleogeography of North America. Vol. Special Paper 27. Geological Association of Canada, 315 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Canada: British Columbia; Crimea; Greenland; Mexico; Poland; Russia; Siberia; U.K.: England; USA: Alaska; California;.

 

210         Jessen, H. 1972. SchultergŸrtel und Pectoralflosse bei Actinopterygiern. Fossils and Strata 1:1-101.
Age:
Triassic; Jurassic.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Paleoniscus; Pteronisculus; Glauolepis; Birgeria; Perleidus; Hypsocormus; Chondrosteus; Pachycormus; Caturus;.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Greenland;.

 

211         Jin, F. 1987. Note on a new species of Neolepidotes from east Liaoning. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 25:108-115.
Age:
Jurassic; Cretaceous.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Neolepidotes liaodongensis Jin, 1987; Sinamia, ikechaoamia; Huashia; Neolepidotes;.
Formation:
Guantou Fm.
Country and State/Province:
China.

 

212         Jin, F., J.-Y. Zheng, & Z.-H. Zhou. 1993. A review of Longdeichthys (Teleostei: ?Clupeocephala) from northern China. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 31:241-256.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early.
Higher Taxa:
Clupeocephala; Leptolepidae;.
Genera and Species:
Longdeichthys luojiaxiaensis Liu, 1982, pp. 187-195; Leptolepis coryphaenoides; Tharsis dubius; Leptolepis talbragarensis; Pachythrissops; Ascalabos voithii; Luisichthys vinalensis; Pholidophorus bechei; Lycoptera; Leptolepides sprattiformis;.
Formation:
TCM; Jiufotang Fm.
Country and State/Province:
China;.

 

213         Johns, M. J., C. R. Barnes, & M. J. Orchard. 1997. Taxonomy and biostratigraphy of Middle and Late Triassic elasmobranch ichthyoliths from northeastern British Columbia. Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin 502:1-235.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Acrodontidae Casier, 1959; Anacoracidae; Bateoidea; Chordata; Chondrichthyes; Cladodontiformes; Elasmobranchii; Euselachiformes; Euselachii Hay, 1902; Galeomorphii; Heterodontidae; Hexanchidae; Holocephali; Hybodontidae; Hybodontiformes; Hybodontoidea Zangerl, 1981; Neoselachii Compagno, 1977; Palaeospinacidae Regan, 1906; Polyacrodontidae Glickman, 1964; Rajiiformes; Selachii; Squalomorphii Compagno, 1973; Squatinomorphii; Synechodontiformes Duffin & Ward, 1993;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus Agassiz, 1837; Acrodus gaillardoti Agassiz IN: Geinitz, 1837; Acrodus lateralis Agassiz, 1837; Acrodus substriatus Schmid, 1862; Asteracanthus; Carinasubcorona Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 82; Carinasubcorona subradiciplana Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 83; Complanicorona Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 88; Complanicorona glabra Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 88; Complanicorona rugosimargines Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 89; Complanicorona subrugosa Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 90; Coniunctio Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 57; Coniunctio aequirugosa Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 57; Coniunctio multirugosa Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 58; Duplisuggestus Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 54; Duplisuggestus duplirugosus Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 55; Duplisuggestus profundisulcus Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 56; Fragilicorona Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 67; Fragilicorona brevirostrum Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 69; Fragilicorona labribrevirostrum Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 70; Fragilicorona labricuspis Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 67; Fragilicorona labritricuspis Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 70; Fragilicorona tricuspis Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 71; Fragilicorona unicuspis Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 72; Glabrisubcorona Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 83; Glabrisubcorona arduidevexa Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 85; Glabrisubcorona subradiciplana Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 83; Glabrisubcorona tendibasis Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 86; Glabrisubcorona vadosidevexa Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 84; Gracilisuggestus Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 65; Gracilisuggestus triapices Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 65; Gracilisuggestus uniapex Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 67; Heterodontus; Heterodontus falcifer; Heterodontus japonicus; Heterodontus portusjacksoni; Hueneichthys; Hybodus Jaekel, 1889; Hybodus polycyphus Agassiz, 1837; Labascicorona Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 59; Labascicorona alata Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 59; Labascicorona longifossae Johns, Barnrchard, 1997, p. 61; Labascicorona mediflexura Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 62; Labascicorona nitidifastigia Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 63; Labascicorona trifastigia Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 64; Labrilancea Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 72; Labrilancea glabrisubcuspis Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 72; Labrilancea glabrisubtricuspis Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 7; Lissodus; Lissodus angulatus (Stensiš, 1921); Lissodus heterodon (Patterson, 1966); Lissodus minimus (Agassiz); Lobaticorona Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 43; Lobaticorona floridibasis Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 45; Lobaticorona floriditabella Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 44; Lobaticorona floriditurris Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 44; Lobaticorona tumidibasis Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 46; Lobaticorona tumidtabella Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 46; Lobaticorona tumidturris Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 46; Minuticorona Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 77; Minuticorona triculmina Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 77; Minuticorona uniculmen Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 78; Ornatilabrilancea Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 74; Ornatilabrilancea circabasis Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 74; Ornatilabrilancea circacarina Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 74; Ornatilabrilancea solicarina Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 76; Palaeobates; Palaeobates angustissimus (Agassiz, 1837); Palaeospinax Egerton, 1872, p. 1-3; Paraorthacodus; Parvidiabolus Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 51; Parvidiabolus acutus Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 53; Parvidiabolus convexus Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 53; Parvidiabolus longisulcus Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 54; Parvidiabolus obliquus Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 52; Parviscapha Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 41; Parviscapha trivela Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 42; Parviscapha univelum Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 42; Polyacrodus Jaekel, 1889; Polyacrodus brevicostatus (Patterson, 1966); Polyacrodus claveringensis Stensiš, 1921; Polyacrodus contrarius Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 31; Polyacrodus grewincki Dalinevicius, 1935; Polyacrodus lapalomensis Johnson, 1981; Polyacrodus mediglabra Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 3; Polyacrodus polycyphus (Agassiz, 1837); Polyacrodus polycyphus (Agassiz, 1937) sic Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 32; Polyacrodus pyramidalis Stensiš, 1921; Polyacrodus ritchie Johnson, 1981; Proprigalea Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 47; Proprigalea languidula Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 48; Proprigalea mediglabra Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 49; Proprigalea medirugosa Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 49; Raineria; Reifia; Reifia minuta Duffin , 1980; Rugosicorona Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 64; Rugosicorona devexa Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 64; Sacrisubcorona Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 79; Sacrisubcorona circabasis Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 79; Sacrisubcorona submedicarina Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 81; Suaviloquentia Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 90; Suaviloquentia brevilingua Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 92; Suaviloquentia incrementum; Suaviloquentia longilingua Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 91; Suaviloquentia obliquilingua Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 93; Synechodus Woodward, 1888, p. 496-499; Synechodus dubrisiensis (Mackie, 1863); Synechodus egertoni (Woodward, 1889); Synechodus enniskilleni (Egerton, 1872); Synechodus incrementum Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 33; Synechodus multinodosus Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 13; Synechodus occultidens Duffin & Ward, 1993; Synechodus pinnai (duffin, 1987); Synechodus riegrafi (Thies, 1983); Synechodus volaticus Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 38; Undulaticorona Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 49; Undulaticorona Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 49; Undulaticorona profundifossae Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 50; Undulaticorona propensa Johns, Barnes, & Orchard, 1997, p. 50; Vallisia;.
Formation:
Baldonnel Fm.; Bocock Fm.; Charlie Lake Fm.; Grayling Fm.; Liard Fm.; Ludington Fm.; Pardonet Fm.; Toad Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Canada: British Columbia; France;.

 

214         Johns, M. J., C. R. Barnes, & M. J. Orchard. 1999. Tectono-stratigraphic framework of Triassic strata, northeastern British Columbia: ichthyolith biostratigraphy and regional thermal maturation studies. pp. 94-98. IN: Cook, F., & Erdmer, P. (eds.), Slave-Northern Cordillera Lithospheric Evolution (SNORCLE) Trtansect and Cordilleran Tectonics Workshop Meeting (March 5-7, 1999), University of Calgary, Lithoprobe Report No. 69
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Baldonnel Fm.; Bocock Fm.; Charlie Lake Fm.; Grayling Fm.; Liard Fm.; Pardonet Fm.; Toad Fm.;.
Genera and Species:
Birgeria; Coniunctio aequirugosa; Synechodus incremuntum; Synechodus multinodosus;.
Formation:
Canada: british Columbia;.
Country and State/Province
.

 

215         Kietzke, K. K., & S. G. Lucas. 1984. Paleontological evidence of a non-marine, saline, model of deposition of the Jurassic Todilto Formation, northern New Mexico and southwestern Colorado. New Mexico Journal of Science 24:24-25.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Middle.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Todilto Formation.
Country and State/Province:
northern New Mexico and southwestern Colorado.

 

216         Kirkland, J. I. 1987. Upper Jurassic and Cretaceous lungfish tooth plates from the Western Interior, the last dipnoan faunas of North America. Hunteria 2:1-16.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late, Cretaceous-Cretaceous.
Higher Taxa:
Dipnoi.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Western Interior, North America.

 

217         Kirkland, J. I. 1998. Morrison fishes. Modern Geology 22:503-533.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurasic Late; Triassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Ceratodontidae, Coccolepidae, Halecostomi incertae sedis, Amiiformis (sic), Pycnodontoidea, Leptolepididae, unidentified scales.
Genera and Species:
Ceratodus guentheri Marsh, 1978, p. 76, [Ceratodus felchi Kirkland, 1987, pp. 5-6], ["Ptychoceratodus" guentheri (Marsh, 1978)], Ceratodus robustus Knight, 1898, p. 186, Ceratodus sp. cf. frazeri Ostrom, 1970. pp. 53-55, Ceratodus fossanovum Kirkland, 1998, p. 509, Leptolepis, undescribed amioid, undescribed pycnodontid, Hulettia hawesi Kirkland, 1998, p. 519, Morrolepis schaefferi Kirkland, 1998, p. 515, unidentified scales.
Formation:
TCM, Kayenta, Morrison, Cloverly, Cedar Mountain, Lakota,.
Country and State/Province:
Wyoming, South Dakota, Utah, Colorado, Oklahoma.

 

218         Kirkland, J. I., R. D. Scheetz, & J. R. Foster. 2005. Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous dinosaur quarries of Western Colorado and Eastern Utah. pp, 1-26. IN: Richard, G. c. (ed.) 2005 Rocky Mountain Section of the Geological Society of America Field Trip Guidebook. Vol. 402. Grand Junction Geological Society, Field Trip, Grand Junction, Colorado
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Hulettia hawesi; Leptolepis; Morrolepis schaefferi;.
Formation:
Morrison Fm.
Country and State/Province:
USA: Colorado.

 

219         Klug, S., & J. Kriwet. 2006. Anatomy and systematics of the Early Jurassic neoselachian shark Synechodus smithwoodwardi (Fraas, 1896) from southern Germany. N. Jb. Geol. PalŠont. Mh. 2006:193-211.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Toarcian; Triassic-Triassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838; Euselachii Hay, 1902; Neoselachii Compagno, 1977; Orthacodontidae; Palaeospinacidae Regan, 1906; Pseudonotidanidae; Synechodontifomes Duffin & Ward, 1993;.
Genera and Species:
Acanthorhina jaekeli; Bdellodus bollensis; Hybodus hauffianus; Metopacanthus; Metopacanthus bollensis; Pachymylus gracilis; Palaeospinax; Palaeospinax pinnai Duffin, 1987; Paraorthacodus; Paraorthacodus jurensis (Schweizer, 1964); Pseudonotidanus Underwood & Ward, 2004; Pseudonotidanus bodeuri (Cappetta, 1990); Pseudonotidanus politus (Thies, 1992); Pseudonotidanus semirugosus Underwood & Ward, 2004; Rhomphaidodon; Sphenodus; Synechodus Woodward, 1888; Synechodus dubrisiensis; Synechodus egertoni (Woodward, 1889); Synechodus enniskilleni Duffin & Ward, 1993; Synechodus occultidens Duffin & Ward, 1993; Synechodus smithwoodwardi (Fraas, 1896); Thyellina prisca Agassiz, 1843; Welcommia;.
Formation:
Lyme Regis; Nusplingen Lithographic Limestone; Posidonia Shale; Solnhofen;.
Country and State/Province:
France; Germany; Italy; U.K.: England;.

 

220         Klug, S., J. Kriwet, J. M. Lirio, & H. J. Nœ–ez. 2005. Synechodontiform sharks from the Late Cretaceous of Antarctica (Chondrichthyes, Neoselachii). pp. 133-135. IN: Poyato-Ariza, F. J. (ed.). Extended Abstracts. Fourth International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics, Homology, and Nomenclature. Ediciones Universidad Aut—noma de Madrid, Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain August 8th-14th, 2005. 310 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes; galeomorphs; Orthacodontidae; palaeospinacids; Neoselachii; synechodontiform;.
Genera and Species:
Notidanodon; Paraorthacodus; Paraorthacodus andersoni; Paraorthacodus conicus; Paraorthacodus patagonicus; Paraorthacodus recurvus; Paraorthacodus sulcatus; Paraorthacodus validus; Sphenodus; Sphenodus lundgreni; Sphenodus planus; Sphenodus salandianus; Sphenodus sennessi; Sphenodus subaudianus;.
Formation:
L—pez de Bertodano Fm.; Santa Marta Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Angola; Antartica: James Ross Island; Seymour Island; Argentina; Australia; Lithuania; New Zealand; russia; Scandinavia; Sweden;.

 

221         Knight, W. C. 1898. Some new Jurassic vertebrates from Wyoming. American Journal of Science 4:186; 378-380. Pl. & 2 figs.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Dipnoi.
Genera and Species:
Dental plates of Ceratodus are referred to two new species:Ceratodus robustus Knight, 1898, n. sp.; Ceratodus americanus Knight, 1898, n. sp.;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Wyoming;.

 

222         Koerner, H. E. 1930. Jurassic fishes from New Mexico. American Journal of Science 19:463.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Middle;.
Higher Taxa:
Pholidophorus americanus Eastman, 1899a; Hulettia americana (Eastman, 1899a);.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Wanakah Fm.
Country and State/Province:
USA: New Mexico;.

 

223         Kriwet, J. 1995. Beitrag zur Kenntinis der Fisch-Fauna des Ober-Jura (unteres Kimmeridge der Kohlengrube Guimarota bei Leiria, mittle-Portugal: 1. Asteracanthus biformatus n.sp. (Chondrichthyes: Hybodontoidea). Berliner geowiss. Abh. E16:683-691.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;.
Higher Taxa:
Acrodontidae Casier, 1959; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838; Euselachii Hay, 1902; Hybodontiformes Patterson, 1966; Hybodontoidea Zangerl, 1981; Hybodontoidei Maisey, 1989;.
Genera and Species:
Asteracanthus Agassiz, 1837; Asteracanthus biformatus Kriwet, 1995, p. 684; Asteracanthus aegyptiacus Stromer, 1927; Asteracanthus ornatissimus; Egertonodus; Heterodontus tuberculatus Maisey, 1982; Hybodus; Lissodus; Machimosaurus; Paracestracion;.
Formation:
TCM; Kohlengrube Guimarota bei Leiria, mittle-Portugal.
Country and State/Province:
Egypt; Germany; Niger; Portugal; U.K.: England;.

 

224         Kriwet, J. 1997. Beitrag zur Kenntinis der Fisch Fauna des Oberjura (unteres Kimmeridgium) der Kohlengrube Guimarota bei Leiria, Mittle-Portugal: 2. Neoselachii (Pisces, Elasmobranchii). Berliner geowiss. Abh. E25:293-301.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late-Kimmeridgian;.
Higher Taxa:
Batomorphii Cappetta, 1980; Carcharhiniformes Compagno, 1973; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838; Euselachii Hay, 1902; Galeomorphii Compagno, 1973; Heterodontiformes; Lamniformes; Neoselachii Compagno, 1977; Orectolobiformes; Rajiformes Berg, 1940; Rhinobatidae; Scyliorhinidae Gill, 1862;.
Genera and Species:
Arthropterus Agassiz, 1843; Asterodermus Agassiz, 1843; Belemnobatis Thiollierre, 1854; Breviacanthus Maisey, 1976; Euryartha Agassiz, 1843; Jurobatos Thies, 1983; Macrourogaleus Fowler, 1947; Palaeoscyllium formosum; Parasymbolus Candoni, 1993; Parasymbolus octevillensis Kriwet, 1997; Spathobatis Thiollierre, 1854; Spathobatis morinicus Sauvage, 1873;.
Formation:
TCM; Kohlengrube Guimarota bei Leiria.
Country and State/Province:
France; Germany; Portugal;.

 

225         Kriwet, J. 1998. Late Jurassic Elasmobranch and Actinopterygian fishes from Portugal and Spain. Cuadernos de Geolog’a IbŽrica 24:241-260.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinopterygii; Amiiformes; Aspidorhynchiformes; Batomorphii; Carcharhiniformes; Caturidae; Chondrichthyes; Elasmobranchii; Heterodontiformes; Hexanchiformes; Hybodontiformes; Ionoscopidae; Macrosemiidae; Macrosemiiformes; Neosleachii; Orectolobiformes; Pachycormiformes Berg, 1940; Polyacrodontidae; Pycnodontidae; Pycnodontiformes; Rajiformes; Rhinobatoidei; Scyliorhinidae; Semionotiformes; Squaliformes; Squatiniformes;.
Genera and Species:
Aspidorhynchus; Asteracanthus; Asteracanthus biformatus Kriwet, 1995; Belmnobatis Thiollire, 1854; Caturus; Coelodus; Heterodontus; Hybodus; Inoscopus; Lepidotes Agassiz, 1832; Lissodus; Macrosemius Agassiz, 1844; Notidanoides Maisey, 1986; Notidanoides arzoensis Beaumont, 1960; Notidanoides pockrandti Ward & Thies, 1987; Palaeoscyllium; Polyacrodus; Proscinetes; Spathobatis Thiollire, 1854; Sphaerodus semiglobosus; Squalogaleus Maisey, 1986; Squatina DumŽril, 1906;.
Formation:
Loriguilla Fm.; Lyme Regis; Posidonia Shale; Nusplingen lithographic limestones; Solnhofen lithographic limestones; Sot de Chera;.
Country and State/Province:
France; Germany; Portugal; Spain; Switzerland; U.K.: England;.

 

226         Kriwet, J. 1999. Evolutionary trends in the cranial anatomy of pycnodont fishes (Neopterygii, Pycnodontiformes). (Print out of Poster). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 19:57A.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Pycnodontiformes.
Genera and Species:
Proscinetes elegans; Coelodus; Mesturus; Gyrodus; Pycnodus;.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Spain; Germany;.

 

227         Kriwet, J. 2000. Revision of Mesturus cordillera Martill et al., 1998 (Actinopterygii, Pycnodontiformes) from the Oxfordian (Upper Jurassic) of northern Chile. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 20:450-455.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinopteri Cope, 1871; Actinopterygii Klein, 1885; Gyrodontidae Nursall, 1996; Gyrodontoidei Nursall, 1966; Neopterygii Regan, 1925; Osteichthyes Huxley, 1880; Pycnodontiformes Lehman, 1966; Pycnodontidae;.
Genera and Species:
Gyrodus Agassiz, 1833; Gyrodus macrophthalmus cubensis Gregory, 1923; Mesturus Wagner, 1862; Mesturus cordillera Martill, Chong, & Pardo, 1998; Microdon chilensis; Paramicrodon; Mesturus verruscosus;.
Formation:
Quebrada del Profeta Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Chile; Cuba; Europe;.

 

228         Kriwet, J. 2001. Palaeobiogeography of pycnodontiform fishes (Actinopterygii, Neopterygii). pp. 121-130. IN: XVII Jornadas de la Sociedad Espa–ola de Paleontolog’a. Los F—siles y la Paleogeografia y simposios de los projectos del programa internacional de correlaccion geol—gica (UNESCO/IUGS) No. 410 y No. 421. Vol. 1. FŽlix Arilla, Albarrac’n, Teruel, Espa–a
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian/Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian/Santonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Pycnodontiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Gyrodus;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Cuba; Mexico; North America;.

 

229         Kriwet, J. 2002. Pycnodont fish remains (Neopterygii: Pycnodontiformes) from the Kimmeridgian (Upper Jurassic) of the Lusitanian Basin (Central Portugal). N. Jb. Geol. Palaeont. Mh. 2002:577-587.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian.
Higher Taxa:
Pycnodontiformes.
Genera and Species:
Macromesodon; Anomoeodus;.
Formation:
guimarota coal mine in the Lusitanian basin.
Country and State/Province:
Portugal.

 

230         Kriwet, J. 2003. First record of an Early Cretaceous shark (Chondrichthyes, Neoselachii) from Antarctica. Antarctic Science 15:507-511.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes; Neoselachii; Palaeospinacidae Regan, 1906; pholidophoriform; Squalea White, 1937; Synechodontiformes Duffin & Ward, 1993;.
Genera and Species:
Hybodus; Oreochima ellioti; Vinctifer;.
Formation:
Spartan Glacier Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Antarctica.

 

231         Kriwet, J. 2003. Neoselachian remains (Chondrichthyes, Elasmobranchii) from the Middle Jurassic of SW Germany and NW Poland. Acta Palaeontol. Pol. 48:583-594.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Middle (Dogger)-Callovian;.
Higher Taxa:
Orectolobiformes Applegate, 1972; Hemiscylliidae, Gill, 1862; Brachaeluridae Applegate, 1972; Synechodontiformes Duffin & Ward, 1993; Palaeospinacidae Regan, 1906; Hypnosqualea Carvalho & Maisey, 1996; Protospinacidae Woodward, 1919; Squaloidea; Squaliformes Goodrich, 1909; Squalidae Bonaparte, 1838;.
Genera and Species:
Folipistrix Kriwet, 2003, p. 586; Folipistrix digitulus Kriwet, 2003, p. 586; Palaeobrachaelurus Thies, 1983; Synechodus Woodward, 1888; Synechodus prorogatus Kriwet, 2003, p. 588; Protospinax Woodward, 1919; Protospinax annectans Woodward, 1919; Protospinax sp. 1; Protospinax sp. 2; Pseudospinax MŸller & Diedrich, 1991; Squalogaleus Maisey, 1976;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Germany; Poland;.

 

232         Kriwet, J. 2006. Biology and dental morphology of Priscusurus adruptodontus, gen. et sp. nov. (Chondrichthyes, Lamniformes) from the Albian (Early Cretaceous) of Peru. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26:538-543.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;.
Higher Taxa:
Cardabiodontidae Siverson, 1999; Chondrichthyes; Cretoxyrhinidae; Isuridae; Lamniformes Berg, 1958;.
Genera and Species:
Acrolamna; Archaeolamna; Cardabiodon; Cardabiodon ricki; Cretalamna; 'Cretalamna' woodwardi Herman, 1977; Cretodus; Cretoxyrhina; Cretoxyrhina mantelli (Agassiz, 1843); Dwardius; Karaisurus; Leptostyrax; Oxyrhina mantelli Agassiz, 1843; Palaeocarcharias; Palaeocarcharodon; Paraisurus; Paratodus; Priscusurus Kriwet, 2006, p. 538; Priscusurus adruptodontus Kriwet, 2006, p. 539; Protolamna; Pseudoisurus; Pseudoisurus denticulatus; Pseudoisurus mantelli (Agassiz, 1843); Pseudoisurus siversoni; Pseudoisurus tomosus (Siverson, 1996); Squalicorax; Squalicorax primaevus;.
Formation:
Muerto Limestone Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Australia; Peru; U.K.: England; U.S.A.

 

233         Kriwet, J., & S. Klug. 2004. Late Jurassic selachians (Chondrichthyes, Elasmobranchii) from southern Germany: Re-evaluation on taxonomy and diversity. Zitteliana A44:67-95.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Triassic-Triassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Batoidea; Carcharhiniformes; Chlamydoselachidae; Chondrichthyes; Elasmobranchii; Heterodontiformes; Hexanchidae; Hexanchiformes; Hybodontoidea; Hybodontiformes; Lamniformes; Neosleachii; Orectolobiformes; Orthacodontidae; Palaeocarcharidae; Palaeocarchariformes; Paraorthacodontidae; Pristiophoriformes; Protospinacidae; Scyliorhinidae; Spinacidae; Squatinidae; Squatiniformes; Synechodontifomes;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus; Acrodus semirugosus Plieninger, 1847; Asteracanthus; Asteracanthus ornatissimus Agassiz, 1837; Asterodermus; Asterodermus platypterus Agassiz, 1843; Belemnobatis; Belemnobatis morinicus; Belemnobatis sismondae ThiolliŽre, 1854; Bidentia bidens (Quenstedt, 1852); Cantioscyllium; Corysodon Saint-Seine, 1949; Corysodon cirinensis Saint-Seine, 1949; Crossorhinops minus (Woodward, 1889); Crossorhinus jurassicus Woodward, 1918; Ctenascyllium; Eonotidanus; Eonotidanus serratus (Fraas, 1855); Galeus; Heptranchias; Heterodontus; Heterodontus falcifer (Wagner, 1857); Heterodontus zitteli Eastman, 1914; Hexanchus; Hexanchus wiedenrothi Thies, 1983; Hybodus; Hybodus fraasi Brown, 1900; Lissodus; Macrourogaleus; Macrourogaleus hassei (Woodward, 1889); Mucrovenator Cuny et al., 2001; Notidanoides; Notidanoides muensteri Agassiz, 1843; Notidanus amalthei Oppel, 1854; Notidanus arzoensis De Beaumont, 1960; Notidanus contrarius MŸnster, 1843; Notidanus daviesi; Notidanus eximius Wagner, 1861; Notidanus huegeliae MŸnster, 1843; Notidanus intermedius Wagner, 1861; Notidanus muensteri Agassiz, 1843; Notidanus serratus Fraas, 1855; Notorhynchus; Palaeobrachaelurus; Palaeocarcharias; Palaeocarcharias stromeri De Beaumont, 1960b; Palaeocrossorhinus; Palaeoscyllium Wagner, 1857; Palaeoscyllium formosum Wagner, 1857; Palaeoscyllium reticularis; Palaeoscyllium tenuidens; Palaeospinax; Palaeospinax politus Thies, 1992; Paracestracion Koken IN: (Zittel, 1911); Paracestracion falcifer (Wagner, 1861); Paracestracion sarstedensis (Thies, 1983); Paranotidanus; Paraorthacodus; Paraorthacodus jurensis (Schweizer, 1964); Parasymbolus octevillensis; Pentanchus; Phorycnis; Phorycnis catulina ThiolliŽre, 1854; Polyacrodus; Pristiurus; Pristiurus hassei Woodward, 1889; Proheterodontus sylvestris Underwood & Ward, 2004; Protospinax; Protospinax annectans Woodward, 1919; Protospinax lochensteinensis Thies, 1983; Pseudonotidanus; Pseudonotidanus politus Thies, 1992; Pseudonotidanus semirugosus Underwood & Ward, 2004; Pseudospinax; Spathobatis; Spathobatis bugesiacus; Sphenodus; Sphenodus longidens Agassiz, 1843 sic Kriwet & Klug, 2004, p. 69; Sphenodus longidens (Agassiz, 1843); Sphenodus macer (Quenstedt, 1851); Sphenodus nitidus Wagner, 1861; Squalogaleus; Squalogaleus woodwardi; Squatina; Squatina acanthoderma Fraas, 1854; Squatina acanthoderma (O. Fraas, 1854) sic Kriwet & Klug, 2004, p. 80; Squatina alifera (MŸnster, 1842); Squatina frequens; Squatina speciosa (von Meyer, 1856); Synechodus; Synechodus dubrisiensi; Synechodus dubrisiensis sic Kriwet & Klug, 2004, p. 76; Synechodus enniskilleni; Synechodus occultidens; Synechodus riegrafi (Thies, 1983); Welcomia bodeuri Cappetta, 1990;.
Formation:
Mšrnsheim Fm.; Nusplingen; Solnhofen;.
Country and State/Province:
France; Germany; spain; Switzerland; U.K.: England;.

 

234         Kriwet, J., W. M. Rauhut, & U. Gloy. 1997. Microvertebrate remains (Pisces, Archosauria) from the Middle Jurassic (Bathonian) of southern France. N. Jb. Geol. PalŠont. Abh. 206:1-28.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Middle (Dogger)-Bathonian.
Higher Taxa:
fish.
Genera and Species:
fish.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
France.

 

235         Kriwet, J., D. Thies, A. Mudroch, & A. Leidner. 2005. Revision of Late Jurassic squatinoid sharks (Chondrichthyes, Neoselachii). pp. 137-138. IN: Poyato-Ariza, F. J. (ed.). Extended Abstracts. Fourth International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics, Homology, and Nomenclature. Ediciones Universidad Aut—noma de Madrid, Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain August 8th-14th, 2005. 310 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Batoidea; Chondrichthyes; Hypnosqualea; Neoselachii; Pristiophoriformes; Squatiniformes;.
Genera and Species:
Squatina acanthoderma; Squatina alifera; Squatina speciosa;.
Formation:
Lithographic Limestones, Solnhofen; Nusplingen Plattenkalken;.
Country and State/Province:
Germany;.

 

236         Krupina, N. I. 2004. Subclass Dipnoi. Dipnoans. pp. 373-410. IN: Novitskaya, L. I. E.-i.-C., & Afanassieva, O. B. V.-E.-i.-C. (eds.), Fossil Vertebrates of Russia and Adjacent Countries. Agnathans and Early Fishes. GEOS, Academy of Sciences of Russia. Palaeontological Institute., Moscow, 435 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
Ceratodontidae Gill, 1872; Ceratodontoidei; Dipnoi; Dipnoiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Ferganoceratodus Nesov & Kaznyshkin, 1985, p. 408; Ferganoceratodus jurassicus Nesov & Kaznyshkin, 1985, p. 408;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

237         Kumazawa, Y., & M. Nishida. 2000. Molecular Phylogeny of Osteoglossoids: a new model for Gondwanian origin and plate tectonic transportation of the Asian Arowana. Mol. Biol. Evol. 17:1869-1878.
Age:
Cretaceous; Jurassic; Permian-Triassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Osteoglossiformes.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

238         Lambe, L. M. 1918. On the remains of a selachian from the Edmonton Cretaceous of Alberta. Ottawa Naturalist 32:27-28, 1 fig.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Cestraciontidae;.
Genera and Species:
Palaeospinax; Palaeospinax ejuncidus; Palaeospinax priscus (Agassiz);.
Formation:
Edmonton Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Canada: Alberta;.

 

239         Lambers, P. 1988. Orthocormus teyleri nov. spec., the first pachycormid (Pisces, Actinopterygii) from the Kimmeridge lithographic limestone at Cerin (Ain), France; with remarks on the genus Orthocormus Weitzel. Proceedings of the Koninklijke Nederlandese Akademie van Wetenschappen 91:369-391.
Age:
Jurassic; Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
pachycormids; Pachycormidae Woodward, 1895; Protosphyraenidae; caturids; amioids;.
Genera and Species:
Leedsichthys; Eugnathides; Prosauropsis; Asthenocormus; Protosphyraena; Orthocormus cornutus Weitzel, 1930; Orthocormus teyleri Lambers, 1988; Hypsocormus insignis; Sauropsis longimanus; Pachycormus macropterus; Euthynotus; Saurostomus;.
Formation:
Plattenkalke; Cerin limestone;.
Country and State/Province:
Europe; North America; Argentina; Germany;.

 

240         Lambers, P. 1992. On the ichthyofauna of the Solnhofen Lithographic Limestone (Upper Jurassic, Germany), Univ. Groningen, Groningen. Ph.D. thesis. x + 336 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late.
Higher Taxa:
ichthyofauna.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
TCM; Solnhofen Lithographic Limestone.
Country and State/Province:
Germany.

 

241         Lambers, P. H. 1991. The Upper Jurassic actinopterygian fish Gyrodus dichactinius Winkler, 1862 (Gyrodus hexagonus [Blainville, 1818]) from Solnhofen, Bavaria and anatomy of the genus Gyrodus Agassiz. Proc. Kon. Ned. Akad. v. Wetensch. 94:489-544.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Pycnodontiformes; caturids; aspidorhynchids; pachycormids; Ionoscopidae; Brembodontidae; aspidorhynchids; Macrosemiidae; semionotids; parasemionotids; pholidophorids; coccodontid; Gyrodontidae; Pycnodontidae; Palaeobalistidiae; Nursallidae; Coccodontidae;.
Genera and Species:
Acentrophorus; Aetheolepis; Anomoeodus; Aphanepygus; Ararilepidotes; Araripichthys; Aspidorhynchus; Australosomus; Bobasatrania; Brembodus; Catervariolus; Caturus; Coccodus; Coelodus; Dandya; Dapedium; Dorypterus; Ebenaqua; Eomesodon; Eomesodon hoeferi; Eomesodon liassicus; Eurycormus; Furo latimanus; Gibbodon; Gyrodus dichactinius Winkler, 1862, p. 67, fig. 12; Gyrodus frontatus Agassiz, 1843, p. 226; Gyrodus hexagonus (de Blainville, 1818, p. 334); Gyrodus macrophthalmus Agassiz, 1843, p. 224; Gyrodus wagneri; Hemicalypterus; Hulettia; Ichthyoceros; Iemanja; Lepidotes; Liodesmus; Luganoia; Macromesodon; Macromesodon macropterus; Macrepistius; Macrosemius; Melvius; Mesturus; Micropycnodon; Neoproscinetes; Nursallia; Ophiopsis; Pachyamia; Palaeobalistum orbiculatum; Palaeobalistum ponsorti; Palaeobalistum zignoi (Blot, 1987); Paramesturus; Pericentrophorus; Pholidophorus macrocephalus; Prohalecites; Proscinetes; Proscinetes bernardi; Proscinetes elegans; Proscinetes itieri; Proscinetes radiatus; Pycnodus; Pycnodus platessus; Sargodon; Saurichthys; Semionotus; Spaniolepis; Stemmatodus; Tetragonolepis; Tomognathus; Trewavasia; Urocles; Vidalamia; Woodthorpea; Xenopholis;.
Formation:
Solnhofen Limestone;.
Country and State/Province:
Bavaria, Germany; Zaire;.

 

242         Lambers, P. H. 1994. The halecomorph fishes Caturus and Amblysemius in the lithographic limestone of Solnhofen (Tithonian), Bavaria. GŽobios M. S. 16:91-99.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
halecomorph fishes.
Genera and Species:
Caturus; Amblysemius.
Formation:
TCM; lithographic limestone of Solnhofen.
Country and State/Province:
Bavaria, Deutschland.

 

243         Lambers, P. H. 1996. A redescription of the coelacanth Macropoma willemoesii Vetter from the lithographic limestone of Solnhofen (Upper Jurassic, Bavaria). pp. 395-408. 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.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinistia Cope, 1871; Coelacanthidae Agassiz, 1843;.
Genera and Species:
Axelrodichthys; Chinlea; Coccoderma Quenstedt; Coccoderma bavaricum; Garnbergia; Heptanema willemoesii Reis, 1888; Libys; Laugia; Lualabea; Macropoma Agassiz, 1835; Macropoma mantelli; Macropoma speciosum; Macropoma willemoesii Vetter, 1881; Macropomoides; Mawsonia; Undina MŸnster; Trachymepeton; Undina willemoesii (Vetter, 1881);.
Formation:
TCM; lithographic limestone of Solnhofen.
Country and State/Province:
Bavaria, Deutschland; France; Bohemia; England, U.K.; Portugal; Texas, USA;.

 

244         Lambers, P. H. 1998. A Caturid (Actinopterygii, Halecomorphi) from the Lower Jurassic (Upper Pliensbachian) of Bavaria. Archaeopteryx 16:91-97.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Pliensbachian;.
Higher Taxa:
Caturidae.
Genera and Species:
Caturus Agassiz; Caturus furcatus; Caturus smithi-woodwardi; Caturus heterurus; Caturus latipennis; Caturus agassizi;.
Formation:
TCM;.
Country and State/Province:
Bavaria, Germany; England, U.K.; Luxembourg; Austria; China; India; France;.

 

245         Lambers, P. H. 1998. The genus Furo (Pisces, Halecomorphi) from the Upper Jurassic Plattenkalke of Germany. Oryctos 1:23-35.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Caturidae; Ophiopsidae;.
Genera and Species:
Furo latimanus; Furo longiserratus; Furo microlepidotes; Furo aldingeri; Furo angustus; Furo mŸnsteri; Furo Allesandri, 1910; Semionotus; Lepidotes; Brachyichthys; Conodus; Heterolepidotes; Ionoscopus; Ophiopsis; Teoichthys; Macrepistius;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Lombardia; France; Germany; England, U.K.;.

 

246         Lambers, P. H. 1999. The actinopterygian fish fauna of the Late Kimmeridgian and Early Tithonian 'Plattenkalke' near Solnhofen (Bavaria, Germany): state of the art. Geologie en Mijnbouw 78:215-229.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
palaeonisciform; halecostomes; macrosemiids; pycnodontiformes; halecomorphs; catrurids; amiids; pachycormids; pholidophorids; aspidorhynchids; Coccolepidae; Semionotidae; Macrosemiidae; Pycnodontiformes; Pachycorimae; Halecostomis; Amiidae; Caturidae; Ionoscopidae; Ophiopsidae; Furidae; Pholidophoridae; Pleuropholidae; Aspidorhynchidae; Allothrissopidae; Anaethalionidae; Elopidae; Orthoonikleithridae; Ostariphysi; Clupeocephala; Elopocephala; Teleostei;.
Genera and Species:
Coccolepis; Lepidotes; Heterostrophus; Ophiopsis; Furo; Ionoscopus; Brachichthys; Callopterus; Liodesmus; ?Lophiurus; Pleuropholis;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Germany; France;.

 

247         Langston, J., W. 1970. A fossil ray, possibly Myledaphus (Elasmobranchii: Batoidea) from the Late Cretaceous Oldman Formation of Western Canada. National Museums of Canada Publications in Palaeontology 6:i-vii, 1-15.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Batoidea; Dasyatidae; Elasmobranchii;.
Genera and Species:
Asterodermus; Belemnobatis; Myledaphus; Myledaphus bipartatus Cope; Myliobatis neuhofi; Palaeospinax ejuncidens Lambe, 1918; Paratarpon apogerontus; Raja; Rhachinotus asperrimus; Rhinoptera; Rhinoptera javanica; Spathobatis; Urogymnus; Urogymnus asperrimus;.
Formation:
Edmonton Fm.; Oldman Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Canada: Alberta; Germany; Italy; Lebanon;.

 

248         Langston, W. J. 1959. Alberta and Fossil Vertebrates. Alberta Society of Petroleum Geologists Annual Meeting, Calgary 1959:8-19.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Acipenser; Acrolepis; Ceratodus; Chimaerotheca; Coelacanthus; Elonichthys; Kindleia; Lambeichthys; Lamna; Lepisosteus; Myledaphus; Palaeospinax; Pappichthys; Platysomus; Saurichthys; Stylomyleodon;.
Formation:
Nikinassin Fm.; Foremost Fm.; Oldman Fm.; Bearpaw Fm.; Oldman Fm.; Edmonton Fm.; St. Mary River Fm.; Saunders Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Canada: Alberta;.

 

249         Larson, P. L. 1988. Famous fossil fish faunas. Mid-America Paleontology Society Digest 11:1-10.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Early-Scythian; Triassic-Triassic Mid(Anisian - Ladinian); Triassic-Triassic Late to Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias); Jurassic-Jurassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Hettangian-Sinemurian); Jurassic-Jurassic Mid-Callovian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Portlandian, MALM-Zeta); Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes; Osteichthyes;.
Genera and Species:
Aethodontus; Aipichthys; Albertonia; Acanthorhina; Acidorhynchus; Acrodus; Acrognathus; Aellopos; Aetheodontus; Agaelus; Albula; Allothrissops; Ananogmius; Anaedopogon; Anaethalion; Anguillavus; Ascalabos; Aspidorhynchus; Asterodermus; Australosomus; Belonorhynchus; Belonostomus; Besania; Birgeria; Bobastrania; Boreosomus; Brachaelurus; Brannerion; Cantioscyllium; Caturus; Centrosqualus; Cephaloxenus; Charitosomus; Chondrosteus; Cimolichthys; Cionichthys; Cladocyclus; Coccoderma; Coccodus; Coelacanthus; Colobodus; Cosmolepis; Cretolamna; Ctenothrissa; Cyclobatus; Dapedium; Dapedius; Dastilbe; Dictyopyge; Diplomystus; Diplurus; Enchelion; Enchodus; Enneles; Ennelichthys; Eoeugnathus; Eomesodon; Eubiodectes; Eurypholis; Exocoetoides; Gillicus; Gyrodus; Habroichthys; Hadrodus; Halec; Histionotis; Holcolepis; Holophagus; Holopteryx; Hulettia; Hybodus; Hypsocormus; Ichthyodectes; Inoscopus; Ischirhiza; Ischyodus; Lamna; Lepidotes; Lepidotus; Leptolepis; Leptolepides; Leptosomus; Leptotrachelus; Libanopristis; Luganoia; Macrosemius; Meridensia; Mesodon; Microcoelia; Microdon; Microdus; Micropycnodon; Myriacanthus; Nematonotus; Notidanus; Noterlops; Odontaspis; Ohmdenia; Ophiopsis; Orectolobus; Pachycormus; Pachyrhizodus; Paleobalistum; Paleobates; Palaeospinax; Paraelops; Peltopleurus; Perleidus; Petalopteryx; Pholidophorus; Pholidopleurus; Placopleurus; Platysiagum; Pleuropholis; Prionolepis; Proleptolepis; Propterus; Protospina; Protosphyraena; Pseudoberyx; Pseudorhina; Pteronisculus; Ptychodus; Ptycholepis; Ptychotrygon; Redfieldius; Rhacolepis; Rhinobatos; Saurichthys; Saurocephalus; Saurodon; Sauropsis; Scapanorhynchus; Sclerorhynchus; Scombroclupea; Scyliorhinus; Semionotus; Spathiurus; Squalicorax; Squaloraja; Synechodus; Synorichthys; Tanacrossus; Telepholis; Tetragonolepis; Tharrhias; Thrissops; Todiltia; Trachymetopon; Turseodus; Undina; Urenchelys; Urocles; Xenopholis; Xiphactinus; Whiteia;.
Formation:
Sulphur Mountain Fm.; Monte San Giorgio; Connecticutt Valley; Newark Super Group; Talbrager Fish Beds; Purlawaugh Fm.; Lyme Regis; Posidon Shale; Bull Canyon; Solnhofen Limestone; Santana Fm.; Hakel; Carlile; Kansas Chalk;.
Country and State/Province:
Australia: New South Wales; Brazil; Canada: British Columbia; Deutschland: Bavaria; Switzerland; Italy; Lebanon; United Kingdom: England; USA: Connecticutt, Kansas; Maryland; Massachusetts; New Jersey; New Mexico; North Carolina; Pennsylvania; South Dakota; Virginia;.

 

250         Lauder, G. V., & K. F. Liem. 1983. The evolution and interrelationships of the actinopterygian fishes. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University 150:95-197.
Age:
Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Acipenseridae; Polyodontidae; Lepisosteidae; Amiidae; Osteoglossomorphs;.
Genera and Species:
Paleopsephurus wilsoni; Lepisosteus; Atractosteus; Amia;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Montana; North America; Europe; Africa; India.

 

251         Leidner, A., & D. Thies. 1999. Placoid scales and oral teeth of Late Jurassic elasmobranchs from Europe pp. 29-40. IN: Arratia, G., and Schultze, Hans-Peter (ed.) Mesozoic Fishes 2: Systematics and the Fossil Record. Proceedings of the International Meeting Buckow, 1997. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 604 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
elasmobranchs; Squatinidae; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838; Euselachii Hay, 1902; Neoselachii compagno, 1977; Squalomorphii Compagno, 1973; Hexanchiformes Buen, 1926; Synechodontiformes Duffin & Ward, 1993; Squatinomorphii Compagno, 1973; Squatiniformes Buen, 1926; Galeomorphii Compagno, 1973; Heterodontiformes Berg, 1937; Orectolobiformes Applegate, 1972; Carcharhiniformes Compagno, 1973; Lamniformes Berg, 1958; Batomorphii Cappetta, 1980b; Rajiformes Berg, 1940;.
Genera and Species:
Asterodermus Agassiz, 1843; Asterodermus platypterus Agassiz, 1843; Belemnobatis sismondae Thollire, 1854; Heterodontus falcifer (Wagner, 1857); Corysodon Saint-Seine, 1949; Corysodon cirinensis Saint-Seine, 1949; Hybodus fraasi Brown, 1900; Hybodus hauffianus Brown, 1900; Notidanoides muensteri (Agassiz, 1843); Palaeocarcharias stromeri De Beaumont, 1960b; Palaeoscyllium Wagner, 1857; Palaeoscyllium formosum Wagner, 1857; Paraorthacodus Glickman, 1957; Parasymbolus Candoni, 1993; Parasymbolus octevillensis Candoni, 1993; Phorcynis Thollire, 1854; Phorcynis catulina Thollire, 1854; Rhinobatos; Spathobatis bugesiacus Thollire, 1854; Spenodus macer Quenstedt, 1852; Squatina acanthoderma Fraas, 1854; Squatina alifera (MŸnster, 1842); Squatina speciosa (Meyer, 1856); Synechodus Woodward, 1889; Synechodus jurensis Schweizer, 1964;.
Formation:
TCM; Solnhofen; Nusplingen LagerstŠtte; Cerin LagerstŠtte;.
Country and State/Province:
Europe; France; Germany;.

 

252         Li, G.-q. 1997. Notes on the historical biogeography of the Osteoglossomorpha (Teleostei). Proceedings of the 30th International Geological Congress 12:54-66.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Hiodontidae; Hiodontiformes; Lycopteriformes; Osteoglossoidei; Osteoglossomorpha;.
Genera and Species:
Chandlerichthys; Cretophareodus; Joffrichthys; Kipalaichthys; Koonwaria; Laeliichthys; Lycoptera; Ostariostoma; Paralycoptera; Plesiolycoptera; Tanolepis; Thaumaturus; Tongxinichthys; Yanbiania;.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Africa; Asia; Australia; China; Europe; Mongolia; North America; siberia; South America;.

 

253         Li, G.-Q., L. Grande, & M. V. H. Wilson. 1997. The species of  Phareodus (Teleostei: Osteoglossidae) from the Eocene of North America and their phylogenetic relationships. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 17:487-505.
Age:
Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian;.
Higher Taxa:
Osteoglossidae Bonaparte, 1832;.
Genera and Species:
 Cretophareodus;  Leptolepis;  Allothrissops;  Lycoptera;  Laeliichthys;.
Formation:
TCM;.
Country and State/Province:
North America.

 

254         Li, G.-Q., & M. V. H. Wilson. 1996. Chapter 8. Phylogeny of Osteoglossomorpha. pp. 163-174. IN: Stiassny, M. L. J., Parenti, L., & Johnson, G. D. (eds.), Interrelationships of Fishes Revisited. Academic Press, New York, xiii, 496 p.p: ill.; 29 cm.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Heterotidinae; Hiodontidae; Hiodontiformes; Lycopteridae Cockerell, 1925; Lycopteroidei; Notopteroidei; Ostariostomidae; Osteoglossidae; Osteoglossiformes; Osteoglossinae; Osteoglossomorpha;.
Genera and Species:
 Brychaetus Woodward, 1901;  Chandlerichthys Grande, 1986;  Laeliichthys;  Lycoptera;  Ostariostoma Schaeffer, 1949;  Paralycoptera Chang & Chou, 1977;  Tanichthys; Thaumaturus;  Yanbiania Li, 1987;.
Formation:
TCM;.
Country and State/Province:
North America; Africa;.

 

255         Li, G.-q., & M. V. H. Wilson. 1996. The discovery of Heterotidinae (Teleostei: Osteoglossidae) from the Paleocene Paskapoo Formation of Alberta, Canada. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 16:198-209.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Esocidae; Heterotidinae Nelson, 1968;  Ostariostomidae; Osteoglossidae Bonaparte, 1850; Osteoglossiformes Regan, 1909; Osteoglossoidei Regan, 1909; Osteoglossomorpha Greenwood, et al., 1966; Teleostei MŸller, 1846;.
Genera and Species:
 Chandlerichthys;  Cretophareodus;  Cretophareodus alberticus Li, 1995;  Estesesox;  Huashia chang & Chou, 1977;  Kuntulunia Liu et al., 1982;  Laeliichthys Santos, 1985;  Oldmanesox;  Ostariostoma;.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Asia; Canada: Alberta; South America; USA: Alaska; Montana; Wyoming;.

 

256         Li, G.-q., M. V. H. Wilson, & L. Grande. 1997. Review of  Eohiodon (Teleostei: Osteoglossomorpha) from western North America, with a phylogenetic reassessment of Hiodontidae. Journal of Paleontology 71:1109-1124.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Hiodontidae Valenciennes, 1846; Hiodontiformes McAllister, 1968; Lycopteridae; Lycopteriformes; Notopteridae; Notopteroidei; Osteoglossidae; Osteoglossiformes; Osteoglossomorpha Greenwood et al., 1966; Teleostei MŸller, 1846;.
Genera and Species:
Tanichthys Jin, 1991; Tanolepis; Paralycoptera;.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
Africa; China; Mongolia; North America: USA: Wyoming;.

 

257         Liston, J. 2001. The osteology of Leedsichthys problematicus. p. 47. IN: Tintori, A. (ed.). III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. UNIMI, Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.
Age:
Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
Actinopterygii.
Genera and Species:
Leedsichthys problematicus.
Formation:
Oxford Clay.
Country and State/Province
.

 

258         Liston, J. 2004. An overview of the pachycormiform Leedsichthys. pp. 379-390. IN: Arratia, G., & Tintori, A. (eds.), Mesozoic Fishes 3 Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 649 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Middle (Dogger)-Callovian;.
Higher Taxa:
Acipenseridae; Chondrosteidae; Pachycormidae; pachycormiform.
Genera and Species:
Asthenocormus; Chondrosteus; Gyrosteus; Hypsocormus; Leedsia porblematica Woodward, 1890b; Leedsichthys; Leedsichthys notocetes; Leedsichthys problematicus (Woodward, 1889b); Saurostomus esocinus;.
Formation:
Oxford Clay.
Country and State/Province:
U.K.: England; France: Normandy; Chile;.

 

259         Liston, J. 2005. Homologies amongst the fragments: searching for synapomorphies in shattered skulls. pp. 141-145. IN: Poyato-Ariza, F. J. (ed.). Extended Abstracts. Fourth International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics, Homology, and Nomenclature. Ediciones Universidad Aut—noma de Madrid, Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain August 8th-14th, 2005. 310 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Pachycormidae;.
Genera and Species:
Leedsichthys;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
UK:England.

 

260         Liston, J., L. Steel, & T. Challands. 2005. Lured by the rings: growth structures in Leedsichthys. pp. 147-149. IN: Poyato-Ariza, F. J. (ed.). Extended Abstracts. Fourth International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics, Homology, and Nomenclature. Ediciones Universidad Aut—noma de Madrid, Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain August 8th-14th, 2005. 310 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Middle (Dogger)-Callovian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian;.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Leedsichthys; Leedsichthys problematicus;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
France; Germany; U.K.: England;.

 

261         Liu, X. 1988. A new palaeoniscoid fish from Xingshikou formation of Western Hills of Beijing. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 26:278-286.
Age:
Triassic or Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
Palaeoniscidae.
Genera and Species:
Xingshikous xishanensis Liu, 1988.
Formation:
Xingshikou Fm.
Country and State/Province:
China.

 

262         Liu, X., & F. Wei. 1988. A new saurichthyid from the Upper Permian of Zhejiang, China. Vertebrata Palasiatica 26:77-89.
Age:
Jurassic; Triassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Saurichthyidae.
Genera and Species:
Saurichthys sp.; Saurichthys dayi Raymond; cf. Acidorhynchus acutus (Neuman & Wilson, 1985);.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Ellesmere Island; British Columbia; Canada; America.

 

263         Long, J. A. 1995. The Rise of Fishes: 500 Million Years of Evolution. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, Pages.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic, Jurassic-Jurassic, Cretaceous-Cretaceous.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Arganodus tiguidensis; Axelrodichthys; Brookvalia gracilis; Calamopleurus; Cleithrolepis; Cooyoo australis; Gosfordia; Gosfordia truncata; Hybodus; Koonwarria manifrons; Leptolepis koonwarriensis; Leptolepis talbragarensis; Neoceratodus; Neoproscinetes; Osteopleurus newarki; Polyacrodus; Pseudodalatias barnstonensis; Tharrias; Uarbryichthys; Undina pencillata; Wadeichthys oxyops; xenacanth shark; Xipactinus;.
Formation:
TCM; Santana Fm; Solnhofen;.
Country and State/Province:
Brazil; Germany; New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Australia; Niger Republic; North America;.

 

264         L—pez-Arbarello, A. 2001. Mesozoic fishes of Australia, Antarctica, and South America. p. 49. IN: Tintori, A. (ed.). III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. UNIMI, Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Early; Triassic-Triassic Middle; Triassic-Triassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Middle; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Barremian;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinopterygian; Neopterygian; Dipnoi; pleuracanth; teleosts; paleonisciforms; coelacanth; neoselachian chondrichthyans; amiids; chimaeroid;.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Gosford Fm.; Fremouw Fm.; cuyo and Ischigualasto Basins; Talbragar; Ca–ad—n Asfalto Fm.; Vaquillas Altas; Araripe, Paranaiba, and Sergipe Basins; Koonwara site; Rolling Downs Group;.
Country and State/Province:
Antarctica; South America; Argentina; Australia; Chile; Brazil; Colombia; Venezuela; Peru; Bolivia;.

 

265         L—pez-Arbarello, A. 2004. The record of Mesozoic fishes from Gondwana (excluding India and Madagascar). pp. 597-624. IN: Arratia, G., & Tintori, A. (eds.), Mesozoic Fishes 3 Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 649 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Triassic-Triassic Middle-Anisian; Triassic-Triassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malmo)-Oxfordian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian/Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;.
Higher Taxa:
Acanthomorpha; Acrodontidae; Actinistia; actinopterygians; Albuliformes; Amiidae; Amiiformes; Ancoracidae; Archaeomaenidae; Aspidorhynchidae; Aspidorhynchiformes; Aulopiformes; Batoidea; Beryciformes; Calamopleurinae;  Calamopleurini; Caturidae; Characiformes; coelacanths; Chimaeroidei; Chondrichthyes; Cladistia; Clupavidae; Clupeidae; Clupeiformes; Clupeocephala; Clupeomorpha; Cretoxyrhinidae; Crossognathiformes; Ctenothrissiformes; Dercetidae; Dipnoi; Distobatidae; Elasmobranchii; Ellimmichthyiformes; Elopiformes; Elopomorpha; Elpocephala; Enchodontidae; Eugnathidae; Euteleostei; Galeomorphi; Gonorynchidae; Gonorynchiformes; Gonostomatidae; gymnuridae; Hemiscyllidae; holocephalians; hybodontid; Hybodontidae; Hybodontiformes; Ichthyodectiformes; Ionoscopiformes; Lamnidae; Lamniformes; Lepisosteidae; Lepisosteiformes; Mormryiformes; Myctophiformes; Myliobatiformes; Neopterygians; Neopterygii; Neoteleostei; Notopteridae; Orectolobidae; Orectolobiformes; Ostariophysi; Osteoglossiformes; Osteoglossomorpha; Otocephala; Pachyrhizodonitdae; paleonisciforms; Pattersonichthyiformes; 'Perleidiformes'; Pleuropholidae; Polyacrodontidae; Polymixiiformes; Polypteriformes; Polypteryformes (sic); Pristidae; Pristiophoriformes; Protostomatidae; Pycnodontiformes; Rajidae; Rajiformes; Redfieldiiformes; Rhinobatidae; Rhinobatiformes; Rhinopteridae; Salmoniformes; Sarcopterygii; sarcopterygians; Saurichthyiformes; Sclerorhynchidae; Semionotiformes; Siluriformes; ?Stomiiformes; Teleostei; Tselfatiformes; Tselfatiiformes (sic);  Varasichthyidae; Xenacanthiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Aegyptobatus kehnei; Agecephalichthys; Aipichthys oblongus; Aipichthys minor; Aipichthys velifer; Amblypterus lujanensis; Antarctiberyx seymouri; Anatoia debilis; Anatoia semiovata; Angolaichthys lerichei (Murray, 2000); Anomotodon; Apateolepis; Aphnelepis; Araripelepidotes; Araripichthys; Araripichthys axelrodi; Araripichthys castilhoi; Archaeomene; Asiatoceratodus; Asiatoceratodus tiguidiensis; Aspidorhynchus antarcticus; Asteracanthus aegyptiacus; Astracosteous;  Atacamichthys;  Atacamichthys greeni; Atopocephala; Audenaerdia casieri (Murray, 2000); Axelrodichthys; Axelrodichthys araripensis; Baharipristis bastetiae; Bananogmius; Bartschichthys; Bartschichthys arnoulti; Bartschichthys napatensis; Bartschichthys tubularis; Belichthys; Belonorhynchus; Belonostomus; Belonostomus aff. crassirostris; Bobbichthys opercularis; Brannerion vestitum; Brannerion latum; Brookvalia; Calamopleurus; Calamopleurus africanus; Calamopleurus cylindricus; Caminchaia draghii; Carcharoides planidens; Casieroides yamangaensis (sic IN: L—pez-Arbarello, 2004, p. 608); Casieroides yamangiensis (sic IN: L—pez-Arbarello, 2004, p. 608); Cavenderichthys; Cavenderichthys talbragarensis; Cenochoia paramillensis; Cenochoia sulcata; Ceratodus; Ceratodus africanus; Ceratodus avus; Ceratodus wollastoni; Challaia magna; Challaia multidentata; Challaia striata; Chlamydoselachus thomsoni; Chardonius longicaudatus; Charitopsis spinosus; Charitosomus hakelensis; Charitosomus hermani; Charitosomus lineolatus; Charitosomus major; Chimaera zangerli; Chiloscylliium (sic) mereretiae; Chirocentrites guinensis; Chirocentrites vexillifer; Chongichthys dentatus; Cladocyclus ferus; Cladocyclus gardneri; Cladocyclus sweeti; Cleithrolepidina; Cleithrolepis; Chleitrolepis cuyana; Cleithrolepis granulata; Clupavus; Clupavus maroccanus; Coccolepis; 'Coccolepis' groeberi; Coccolepis woodwardi; Coelacanthus; Colobodus; Cooyoo australis; Cretodus longiplicatus; Cretolammna (sic) appendiculata; Cretolamna appendiculata; Cretoxyrhina; Cretoxyrhina cf. mantelli; Cretoxyrhina mantelli; Cryptoberyx minimus; Ctenothrissa enigmatica; Ctenothrissa protodorsalis; Ctenothrissa signifer; Ctenothrissa vexillifer; Cyanichthys ornatissimus; Daedalichthys; Dastilbe; Dastilbe batai; Dicellopyge; Dicellopygae; Dictopyge; Diplomystus; Diplomystus brevissimus; Diplospondichthys moreaui; Dipteronotus; Distobatus; Distobatus nutiae; Domeykos profetaensis; Dugaldia emmilta; Echentaia obesa; Edaphodon eyrensi; Ellimichthys goodi; Ellimichthys guinensis; Ellimichthys longicostatus; Ellimma branneri; Elopopsis microdon; Enchodus; Engaibatis schultzei; Enigmatichthys; Elipsopholis; Elonichthys; Enchodus venator; Eoknightia caheni; Eotrigonodon taboumiti? (sic IN: L—pez-Arbarello, 2004, p. 611); Eugnathus; Euryonotus uspallatensis; Flindersichthys; Gaudryella gaudryi; Geitonichthys; Gosfordia; Goulmimichthys arambourgi; Guaymayenia paramillensis; Gymnura laterialata; Gyrolepidoides cuyanus; Gyrolepidoides multistratus; Helichthys; Heterothrissa signeuxae; Hispidaspis; Humbertia operta; Humilichthys orientalis; Hybodus; Hybodus aschersoni; Hydropessum; Ichthyoceros spinosus; Ichthyodectes; Ichthyotringa africanus; Iemanja palma; Idrissia jubae; Inbecetemia torta; Inbecetemia tortissima; Isidobatus tricarinatus; Isurus; Jansan beurleni; Judeichthys haasi; Kermichthys daguini; Kipalaichthys sekerskyi; Kipalaichthys sekirskyi; Kipalelops lepersonnei; Koonwarri manifrons (Long, 1991); Kwangoclupea dartevellei; Kwangodercetis verbeeki; 'Lamna' arcuata; Leedsichthys; Leedsichthys notocetes; ?Lepidotes; Lepidotes; Lepidotes tendaguruensis; Lepidotus; Lepisosteus; Leptogenichthys; Leptolepis; 'Leptolepis' koonwarri; Libanoberyx spinosus; Lissoberyx anceps; Lissoberyx arambourgi; Lissoberyx denticulatus; Lissodus; "Lissodus" bartheli; Lissodus bartheli; Luisiella inexcutata; Macroaethes; Madariscus; Mafdetia tibniensis; Manlietta; Marckgrafia libcya (p. 611); Marckgrafia libyca (p. 612); Marquesia moutai; Mauritanichthys; Mawsonia; Mawsonia cf. gigas; Mawsonia lavocati; Mawsonia tegamensis; Mawsonia ubangiensis; Meidiichthys; Mendocincichthys; Mendocincichthys brevis; Mesturus cordillera; Microceratodus; Microcorax; Megapteriscus; Mesembroniscus; Microcorax; Molybdichthys; Myriolepis; Myriolepis elongatus (Cabrera, 1944); Nagaia extrema; Neoceratodus africanus; Neoceratodus forsteri; Neoceratodus nargun; Neoceratodus tuberculatus; Neochallaia leonensis; Neochallaia minor; Neoproscinetes penalvai; Niobara (sic = should be Niobrara Jordan, 1924); Nolfia kwangoensis; Notelops sp.; Notidanodon; Notidanodon dentatus; Notorhynchus; Obaichthys decoratus; Obaichthys? laevis; Omosoma tselfatensis; Omosomopsis simum; Onchopristis numidus; Oreochima ellioti; Orectoloboides multistriatus; Ornategulum sardinoides; Oshunia brevis; Osmeroides lacostei; Pachyrhizodus marathonensis; Palaeoniscum; Paleonotopterus greenwoodi; Parachanos aethiopicus; Paraclupavus caheni; Paraelops cearensis; Paramicrodon chilensis; Paravinciguerria praecursor; Paredercetis kipalaensis; Paraisurus macrorhiza; Pasambaya tellecheai; Pattersonichthys delicatus; Pattersonichthys pharsus; Peltopleurus; Perleidus lutoensis; Peyeria libyca; Pharmacichthys venenifer; Pharmacichthys numismalis; Phoenicolepis arcuatus; Pholidolepis africana; ?Pholidophorus domeykanus; Pholidophorus dentatus; Pholidophorus vallejensis; Pholidopleurus; Phlyctaenichthys; Placidichthys bidorsalis; Platysomus; Plesioberyx discoides; Plesioberyx maximus; Pleuracanthius; Polypterus dageti; Polypterus sudanensis; Pristiophorus; Pristiophorus tumidens; Procheirichthys; Promecosomina; Protoclupea atacamensis; Protoclupea chilensis; Protopterus; Protopterus humei; Protopterus protopteroides; Protostomias maroccanus; Pseudobeaconia; Pseudobeaconia bracaccinii; Pseudobeaconia elegans; Pseudocorax; Pseudocorax austalis; Pseudoleptolepis minor (Taverne, 1975); Ptychoceratodus; Ptychoceratodus philippsi; Ptychodus?; Ptychotrygon henkeli; Ptyktoptychion tayyo; Pycnosteroides levispinosus; Ramallichthys orientalis; Rempetia labiicarinata; Rharbichthys ferox; Rhacolepis buccalis; Rhacolepis defiorei; Rhadinichthys tellecheai; Rhinoptera; Rhynchodercetis yovanovitchi; Saharichthys africana; Saharichthys nigeriensis; Sainthilairia becussiformis; Sainthilairia elongata; Sainthilairia falciformis; Sainthilairia grandis; Sainthilairia intermedia; Saldenioichthys remotus; Saurichthys; Santanaclupea; Santanaclupea silvasantosi; Santanichthys diasii; Scaphorhynchus; Scaphorhynchus cf. subulatus; Schizurichthys; Schmetia aegyptiaca; Schmetia cruciformes; Semionotus; Semionotus mendozaensis; Semionotus unicristatus; Serenoichthys kemkemensis; "Serratolamna" amonensis; Spaniodon; Sphenodus; Sphenodus?; Squalicorax baharijensis; Squatina; Stichoberyx polydesmus; Stichocentrus liratus; Stichocentrus spinulosus; Stichopteryx lewisi; Stompooria rogersmithi; Stromerichthys aethiopicus; Sudana; Sudania gracilis; Sudania oblonga; Synechodus; Tharrhias; Tharrhias araripis; Tharrhias feruglioi; Tingitanichthys heterodon; Tribodus; Tribodus limae; Tselfatia formosa; Uarbryichthys latus; Varasichthys ariasi; Vinctifer; Vinctifer comptoni; Vinctifer longirostris; Wadeichthys oxyops; Wenzichthys congolensis; Xiphactinus;.
Formation:
Adrigat Sandstones; Ameghino Fm.; Apon Fm.; Arcadia Fm.; Bahariya Fm.; Ba–os del Flaco Fm.; Bauru Group; Blina shale; Bokungu Beds; Brookvale; Bulldog Shale; Cacheuta Fm.; Ca–adon Calc‡reo Fm.; Ca–ad—n Asfalto Fm.; Ca–ad—n Calc‡reo Fm.; Cardabia Station; Cassanga Series; Cocobeach Series; Coli Toro Fm.; Coreena Fm.; Cordillera de Domeyko; Coreena Fm.; Crato Fm.; El Molino Fm.; Elrhaz Fm.; Fremouw Fm.; Gigante Group; Gingin Chalk; Gosford Fauna; Griman Creek Fm.; Hawkesbury Group; Ilhas Fm.; In Becetem Fm.; Jbel Tselfat; Karoo Supergroup; Kem Kem Beds; Knocklofty Fm.; Kwango Series; La Cantera Fm.; La Colonia Fm.; Lagarcito Fm.; Loia Beds; Loncoche Fm.; L—pez de Bertodano Fm.; Los Alamitos Fm.; Los Rastros Fm.; Lualaba Beds; Mackunda Fm.; Marfim Fm.; Mata Amarilla Fm.; Miria Fm.; Molteno Beds; Mulgildie Coal Measures; Molecap Greensand; Muribeca Fm.; Narabeen Group; N'Sele Fm.; Otway Group; Oxford Clay; Potrerillos Fm.; Quebrada del Profeta; Quebrada San Pedrito; Quehuito Fm.; Rewan Group; Riachuelo Fm.; Rio Muni; Rolling Downs Group; Sahel Alma; Santa Anastacio; Santa Clara Abajo Fm.; Santa Mar’a Fm.; Santa Marta Fm.; Santana Fm.; Saurian Bed; Stanleyville Beds; St. Peters Fauna; Strzelecki Group; Talbragar Fish Bed; Tegama Group; Tiouraren Fm.; Toolanga Calcilutite; Vaca Muerta Fm.; Vilquechico Fm.; Wadi Milk Fm.; Waloon Coal Measures; Whiskey Bay Fm.; Wianamatta Group; Winton Fm.; Yacoraite Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Africa; Angola; Antarctica; Argentina; Australia: New South Wales; Victoria; Queensland; Western Australia; Bolivia; Brazil; Chile; Colombia; Croatia; Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC); Egypt; Equitorial Guinea; Ethiopia; France; Gabon; Italy; Lebanon; Libya; Madagascar; Morocco; Niger; Nigeria; Orange Free State; Peru; Somalia; South Africa; Sudan; Tanzania; Tunisia; U.K.: England; USA: Texas; Venezuela; West Bank;.

 

266         Lops, L., & A. Tintori. 2005. Coelacanths from the Norian (Late Triassic) of Northern Italy: the state of the art. pp. 167-171. IN: Poyato-Ariza, F. J. (ed.). Extended Abstracts. Fourth International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics, Homology, and Nomenclature. Ediciones Universidad Aut—noma de Madrid, Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain August 8th-14th, 2005. 310 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Early; Triassic-Triassic Late-Norian; Jurassic-Jurassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Early-Sinemurian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinistia; Coelacanthidae; palaeopterygians;.
Genera and Species:
Birgeria; Diplurus Newberry, 1878; Holophagus Egerton, 1861; Saurychthys (sic); Saurichthys; Urocomus picenus Costa, 1862; Undina MŸnster, 1834;.
Formation:
Dolomites; lithographic limestone; Lyme Regis;.
Country and State/Province:
Italy; USA: New Jersey;.

 

267         Lucas, S. G. 1986. Fossil fishes and age of uranium mineralization in the Middle Jurassic Todilto Formation of northern New Mexico. New Mexico Geology 8:67.
Age:
Jurassic, Cretaceous.
Higher Taxa:
Fossil fishes.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Todilto Formation.
Country and State/Province:
New Mexico.

 

268         Lyell, C. 1847. On the structure and probable age of the coal-field of the James river, near Richmond, Virginia. Quart. Journ. Geol. Soc. 3:275-278.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
fishes.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
USA: Virginia;.

 

269         Maisey, J. G. 1982. Fossil hornshark fin spines (Elasmobranchii; Heterodontidae) with notes on a new species (Heterodontus tuberculatus). Neues Jahrbuch fŸr Geologie und PalŠontologie, Abhandlungen 164:393-413.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late(Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;.
Higher Taxa:
Elasmobranchii; Heterodontidae; Rhinobatidae; Squaloidea;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus; Acrodus falcifer Wagner, 1861; Asteracanthus; Belmnobatis sismondae; Breviacanthus; Cestricion falcifer Wagner, 1857, p. 290; Ctenacanthus; Heterodontus Blainville; Heterodontus canaliculatus (Egerton, 1850); Heterodontus falcifer (Wagner, 1857); Heterodontus tuberculatus Maisey, 1982, p. 399; Heterodontus vincenti (Leriche, 1905); Heterodontus wardenensis Casier, 1966; Heterodontus zitteli Eastman, 1914; Hybodus; Nemacanthus; Oxynotus; Palaeospinax; Paracestracion Koken (IN: Zittel, 1911, p. 56); Paracestracion falcifer; Protospinax annectans; Spathobatis bugesiacus; Synechodus;.
Formation:
Kimmeridge Clay; London Clay; Oxford Clay; Solnhofen Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Germany; U.K.: England;.

 

270         Maisey, J. G. 1985. Cranial morphology of the fossil elasmobranch Synechodus dubrisiensis. American Museum Novitates 2804:1-28.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Galeomorphii;.
Genera and Species:
Acacorax sic Maisey, 1985, p. 16; Acanthoscyllium; Acrodus; Anacorax; Chiloscyllium; Chiloscyllium punctatum; Chlamydoselachos; Cladodus; Cladoselache; Diplodoselache; Heptranchus; Heterodontus; Hopleacanthus; Hybodus; Hybodus basanus; Hybodus delabechei; Hybodus dubriesiensis Mackie, 1863; Hybodus fraasi; Hybodus hauffianus; Hybodus reticulatus; Macropetalichthys; Orthacodus; Orthacodus nitidus; Oxynotus; Palaeospinax; Palaeospinax egertoni; Palaeospinax priscus; Pristiophorus; Protospinax; Scyliorhinus; Sphenodus; Sphenodus macer; Synechodus; Synechodus dubrisiensis; Synechodus faxensis; Synechodus hesbayensis; Synechodus jurensis; Synechodus lerichei; Synechodus nerviensis; Synechodus recurvus; Tamiobatis; Tristychius; Xenacanthus;.
Formation:
Lower Chalk; Lyme Regis; Solnhofen Limestone;.
Country and State/Province:
Germany; U.K.: England;.

 

271         Maisey, J. G. 1994. Predator-prey relationships and trophic level reconstruction in a fossil fish community. Environmental Biology of Fishes 40:1-22.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinopterygii; Albuloidei; Amiidae; Araripichthyidae; Asipidorhynchidae; Chondrichthyes; Clupeiformes; Coelacanthidae; Elasmobranchii; Euteleostei; Ginglymodi; Gonorynchiformes; Hybodontidae; Ichthyodectiformes; Ionoscopidae; Notelopidae; Osteichthyes; Pachyrhizodonidae; Pycnodontiformes; Rhinobatidae; Sarcopterygii; Semionotidae;.
Genera and Species:
Allothrissops; Anaethelion; Araripelepidotes temnurus; Araripichthys castilhoi; Ascalobos; Aspidorhynchus; Asthenocormus; Axelrodichthys araripenis; Belonostomus; Brannerion; Brannerion latum; Calamopleurus; Calamopleurus cylindricus; Caturus; Cladocyclus; Cladocyclus ferus; Cladocyclus gardneri; Clupavichthys dufouri; Daitingichthys; Dastilbe; Dastilbe elongatus; Eichstaettia; Hypsocormus; Iemanja; Iemanja palma; Leptolepides; Mawsonia gigas; Neoproscinetes; Neoproscinetes penalvai; Notelops; Notelops brama; Obaichthyes decoratus; Oshunia brevis; Paraelops; Paraelops cearensis; Pholidophorus; Rhacolepis; Rhacolepis buccalis; Rhacolepis defiorii; Rhinobatos beurleni; Santanaclupea; Santanaclupea silvasantosi; Santanichthys; Santanichthys diasii; Tharrhias; Tharrhias araripis; Tharsis; Thrissops; Tribodus; Tribodus limae; Vinctifer; Vinctifer comptoni; Vinctifer longirostris;.
Formation:
Santana Fm.; Solnhofen Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Africa; Brazil; Equitorial Guinea; Germany;.

 

272         Maisey, J. G. 1996. Discovering Fossil Fishes. Henry Holt and Company, Inc., New York, New York, 223 pp. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 26 cm.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Triassic-Triassic Early; Triassic-Triassic-Late; Jurassic-Jurassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
pycnodont.
Genera and Species:
Araripichthys castihoi; Axelrodichthys araripensis; Aspidorhynchus acutirostris; Bobasatrania canadensis; Brannerion; Calamopleurus, Calamopleurus cylindricus; Caturus velifer; Ceratodus rumcinatus; Cladocyclus gardneri; Dapedium pholidotum; Dastilbe crandalli; Diplurus newarki; Eurypholis boisseri; Hybodus, Ischyodus avitus; Leptolepides sprattiformis; Lycoptera davidi; Mawsonia; Neoproscintetes penalvai; Notelops brama; Obaichthys; Pachycormus esocinus; Palaeospinax, Paraelops; Perleidus; Perleidus madagascariensis; Pholidophorus bechei; Protospinax annectans; Pseudorhina; Redfieldius gracilis; Rhacolepis buccalis; Saurichthys megacephalus; Scyliorhinus elongatus; Semniotus; Semniotus agassizii; Teoichthys kallistos; Tharhias araripis; Vinctifer; Vinctifer comptoni; osteoglossids, Xiphactinus;.
Formation:
TCM; Solnhofen,.
Country and State/Province:
Brazil; British Columbia, Canada; China; Germany; Como, Italy; Lebanon; Madagascar; Mexico; Mongolia; England, United Kingdom; eastern North America; Connecticut, New Jersey, USA;.

 

273         Maisey, J. G. 2001. Mesozoic elasmobranchs, neoselachian phylogeny, and the rise of modern neoselachian diversity. p. 51. IN: Tintori, A. (ed.). III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. UNIMI, Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Early;.
Higher Taxa:
hybodonts; Neoselachii; Elasmobranchii; hexanchids; heterodontids; brachaelurids; orectolobids; squatinids; scyliorhinids; rhinobatids; palaeospinacids; orthacodontids; leptolepid teleosts;.
Genera and Species:
Sphenodus; Paraorthacodus; Synechodus; Palaeospinax;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

274         Maisey, J. G., G. J. P. Naylor, & D. J. Ward. 2004. Mesozoic elasmobranchs, neoselachian phylogeny and the rise of modern elasmobranch diversity. pp. 17-56. IN: Arratia, G., & Tintori, A. (eds.), Mesozoic Fishes 3 systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 649 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian/Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;.
Higher Taxa:
Acrodontidae; batoids; carcharinoids; edestids; Galeoidea; heterodontoids; hexanchoids; Hybodontidae; Isuroidea; Lamnae; Lamnidae; Lamnoidea; lamnoids; Myliobatidae; Myliobatiformes; neoselachians; Odontaspida; orectoloboids; Orthacodontida; Orthacodontidae De Beaumont, 1960; parascyllids; phoebodontids; Polyacrodontidae; pristiophoroids; Ptychodontidae; rays; scyliorhinids; squatinoids; Steinbachodontidae; stethacanthids; xenacanths;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus; Aegyptobatus; Asteracanthus; Bdellodus; Carcharias striatula (Dalinkevicius); Centrophorus; Centrophorus balticus (Dalinkevicius); Chlamydoselachus; Chiloscyllium greenei Cappetta; Dasyatis speetonensis Underwood et ali; Distobatus; Echinorhinus; Echinorhinus australis (Chapman); Echinorhrnus (sic p. 44, Table 2); Egertonodus; Eoetmopterus; Eoetmopterus supracretaceous MŸller & Schšllmann; Heptranchias; Heterodontus; Heterodontus sarstedensis Thies; Hexanchus; Hybodus; Hylaeobatis; Jurobates capettai Thies; Lissodus; Lissodus africanus Broom, 1909; Lissodus cassangensis Antunes et ali, 1990; Lissodus humblei; Lonchidion; Notidanoides; Notorynchus; Notorynchus aptiensis (Pictet); Palaeocarcharias; Paleobates; Paleobates angustissimus; Paleospinax; Parahincodon lehmani Capetta; Paraorthacodus; Paratriakis bettrechiensis Herman; Polyacrodus; Pororhiza; Priohybodus; Pristiophorus tumidens Woodward; Protospinax; Protosqualus siegi Cappetta; Ptychodus; Ptychotrygon slaughteri Cappetta & Case; Sphenodus; Sphenodus macer; Sphenodus nitidus; Sphenonchus; Squalus; Squatina; Steinbachodus; Synechodus; Synechodus dubrisiensis; Synechodus jurensis; Thaiodus; Tribodus;.
Formation:
Khok Kruat Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Africa: Congo; South America: Brazil, Chile; SE Asia; North America; Canada: British Columbia; USA: Texas; UK: England; Spain; Lithuania; Germany; Europe; Ukraine; Crimea; France; Lebanon; Australia; Japan; Morocco; Denmark; Italy;.

 

275         Marsh, O. C. 1878. An American fossil Ceratodus [Ceratodus gŸntheri]. Sci. Gossip 14:117.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
fishes.
Genera and Species:
Ceratodus;Ceratodus gŸntheri;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
USA: Colorado.

 

276         Marsh, O. C. 1878. An American Jurassic fossil Ceratodus [Ceratodus gŸntheri]. Pop. Sci. Rev. n.s. 2:210.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
fishes.
Genera and Species:
Ceratodus;Ceratodus gŸntheri;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
USA: Colorado.

 

277         Marsh, O. C. 1878. New species of Ceratodus from the Jurassic. American Journal of Science 3:76.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
Dipnoi.
Genera and Species:
Ceratodus guentheri Marsh, 1878.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

278         Marsh, O. C. 1878. New species of Ceratodus [Ceratodus gŸntheri] from the Jurassic. Amer. Journ. Sci. 3:76.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
fishes.
Genera and Species:
Ceratodus; Ceratodus gŸntheri.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
USA: Colorado.

 

279         Marsh, O. C. 1878. New species of Ceratodus [Ceratodus gŸntheri] from the Jurassic. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. 5:184. Fig.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
fishes.
Genera and Species:
Ceratodus; Ceratodus gŸntheri.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
USA: Colorado.

 

280         Martill, D. M., E. Frey, R. P. Caceras, & G. C. Diaz. 1999. The giant pachycormid Leedsichthys (Actinopterygii) in the Southern Hamisphere: further evidence for a Jurassic Atlanto-Pacific marine faunal province. N. Jb. Geol. PalŠont. Mh. 1999:243-256.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late;.
Higher Taxa:
pycnodont; Pachycormidae Woodward, 1895; Halecostomi Regan, 1923;.
Genera and Species:
Mesturus; Leedsichthys Woodward, 1889; Leedsichthys notocetes Martill, Frey, Caceras, and Diaz, 1999; Leedsichthys problematicus Woodward; Pachycormus; Lepidotus; Pholidophorus;.
Formation:
Andean Cordillera; Oxford Clay Fm.; Solnhofen Limestone Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Chile; Argentina; Peru; France; England, U.K.;.

 

281         Martill, D. M., M. A. Taylor, K. L. Duff, J. B. Riding, & P. R. Bown. 1994. The trophic structure of the biota of the Peterborough Member, Oxford Clay Formation (Jurassic), UK. Geological Society of London, Journal 151:173-194.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Leedsichthys.
Formation:
Oxford Clay Formation.
Country and State/Province
.

 

282         Martin, M. 1981. Les Dipneustes et Actinistiens du Trias supŽrieur continental marocain. Stuttgarter BeitrŠge zur Naturkunde, Serie B: Geologie und PalŠontologie 69:1-29.
Age:
Triassic, Jurassic.
Higher Taxa:
Dipnoi.
Genera and Species:
taxonomy of Triassic and Jurassic lungfishes.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

283         Maslankiewiczowa, Z. 1965. Semionotus cf. bergeri Agassiz from the Lias of the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 10:57-67.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurtassic Early (Lias).
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Semionotus Agassiz, 1832; Semionotus cf. bergeri Agassiz.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Poland.

 

284         McCune, A. R. 1985. Semionotus Agassiz, 1832 (Osteichthyes): proposed designation of Semionotus bergeri Agassiz, 1833 as type species. Z.N.(S.)2434. Bull. zool. Nom. 42:371-373.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias).
Higher Taxa:
Semionotidae.
Genera and Species:
Semionotus Agassiz, 1832, p. 144; Semionotus bergeri Agassiz, 1833; Lepidotes elvensis;.
Formation:
Boll;.
Country and State/Province:
Germany;.

 

285         McCune, A. R. 1986. A revision of the Semionotus (Pisces: Semionotidae) from the Triassic and Jurassic of Europe. Palaeontology 29:213-233.
Age:
Jurassic; Triassic; Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Semionotidae Woodward, 1890; Semionotiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Semionotus Agassiz, 1832; Semionotus leptocephalus Agassiz, 1832; Semionotus bergeri Agassiz, 1833, p. 8; Semionotus kapffi Fraas, 1861, p. 95; Semionotus normanniae Larsonneur, 1964, p. 115; Semionotus minor (Agassiz, 1837, p. 9); Lepidotes;.
Formation:
Newark Supergroup; Coburg Sandstone; Purbeckian; Posidonienschiefer;.
Country and State/Province:
Europe; North America; England, U.K.; Germany; Scotland; Italy; Sweden;.

 

286         McCune, A. R., & B. Schaeffer. 1986. Chapter 13. Triassic and Jurassic fishes: patterns of diversity. pp. 171-181. IN: Padian, K. (ed.) The Beginning of the Age of Dinosaurs. Faunal change across the Triassic-Jurassic boundary. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England, U.K.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Early; Triassic-Triassic Middle; Triassic-Triassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Middle; Jurassic-Jurassic Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinistia; Actinopterygii; Batomorpha; Chimaeroidei; Chondrichthyes; Chondrostei; Ctenacanthoidea; Dipnoi; Elasmobranchii; Galeomorpha; Halecomorphi; Halecostomi; Holocephali; Holostei; Hybodontoidea; Myriacanthoidea; Myriacanthoidei; Neopterygii; Neoselachii; Osteichthyes; "Paleopterygii"; Pycnodontiformes; Sarcopterygii; Semniotiformes; Squalomorpha; Squalorajiformes; Teleostei;.
Genera and Species:
Acanthorhina; Acentrophorus; Acrodus; Acrodonchus; Acrolepis; Acronemus; Acrorhabdus; Aegicephalichthys; Aetheolepis; Aethodontus; Agaleus; Agkistracanthus; Alethodontus; Alleiolepis; Allothrissops; Amiopsis; Anaethalion; Anatoia; Andalusias; Aneurolepis; Angolaichthys; Ankylophorus; Annea; Apateolepis; Aphnelepis; Archaeolepidotus; Archaeomaene; Arctosomus; Arganodus; Ascalobus; Asialepidotus; Aspidorhynchus; Astheocormus; Asteracanthus; Asterodermus; Atherstonia; Athrodon; Atopocephala; Australopleuropholis; Australosomus; Austrolepidotes; Axelia; Baleiichthyes; Beaconia; Belemnobatis; Belichthys; Belonostomus; Besanaia; Bdellodus; Birgeria; Bobasatrania; Boreichthys; Boreosomus; Brachymylus; Brembodus; Breviacanthus; Brookvalia; Broometta; Broughia; Browneichthys; Bunoderma; Calamopleurus; Callopterus; Caminchaia; Carinacanthus; Caruichthys; Catervariolus; Caturus; Centrolepis; Cephaloxenus; Ceramurus; Ceratodus; Challaia; Chimaeropsis; Chinlea; Chondrosteus; Chongichthys; Chrotichthys; Chungkingichthyes; Cionichthys; Cleithrolepis; Clupavus; Coccoderma; Coccolepis; Coelacanthus; Coelodus; Colobodus; Corunegenys; Corysodon; Cosmolepis (=Oxygnathus); Crenilepis; Crossorhinops; Cteniolepis; Daedalichthys; Dandya; Dapedium; Dicellopyge; Dictyopleurichthys; Dictyopyge; Dimorpholepis; Diplurus; Dipteronotus; Dollopterus; Doratodus; Echentaia; Ecrinesomus; Elasmodectes; Enchelyolepis; Engycolobodus; Enigmatichthys; Eoeuganthus; Eomesodon; Eonotidanus; Eoprotelops; Eosemionotus; Errolichthys; Eugnathides; Eurycormis; Eurynothus; Eurystichthys; Eusemius; Euthynotus; Evenkia; Flugopterus; Fuchunkiangia; Furo; Galkinia; Ganodus; Geitonichthys; Gibbodon; Gigantopterus; Guaymayenia; Gyrodus; Gyrolepidoides; Gyrolepis; Gyrosteus; Habroichthys; Helichthys; Heimolepis; Hemicalypterus; Hengnania; Heterodontus; Heterolepidotus; Heterostrophus; Histionotus; Holophagus; Huashia; Hueneichthys; Hulettia; Hungkiichthys; Hybodus; Hydropessum; Hypsocormus; Ichthyokentema; Ikechaoamia; Indocoelacanthus; Ionoscopus; Ischnolepis; Ischyodus; Ischypterus; Jacobulus; Lambeichthys; Lasalichthys; Laugia; Leedsichthys; Leighiscus; Lepidotes; Leptogenichthys; "Leptolepis"; Libys; Ligulella; Liodesmus; Lissodus (=Lonchiodon); Lualabaea; Luganoia; Luisichthys; Lycoptera; Macroaethes; Macromesodon; Macrosemius; Madariscus; Majokia; Manlietta; Mauritanichthys; Meidiichthys; Menodocinichthys; Meridensia; Mesembroniscus; Mesoclupea; Mesturus; Metopacanthus; Moenkopia; Molybdichthys; Mylacanthus; Myriacanthus; Myriolepis; Nemacanthus; Neochallia; Neolycoptera; Neosemionotus; Notagogus; "Notidanus"; Notorynchus; Occithrissops; Ohmdenia; Oligopleurus; Ophiopsis; Orectoloboides; "Orectolobus"; Oreochima; Orthocormus; Orthurus; Ospia; Osteorachis; Pachycormus; Pachymylus; Pachythrissops; Palaeobates; Palaeobrachaelurus; Palaeocharcharias; Palaeoniscionotus; Palaeoniscus; "Palaeoscyllium"; Palaeospinax; Paracentrophorus; Paraclupea; Paradapedium; Paracestracion; Parapholidophorus; Parapleuropholis; Parasemionotus; Pasamhaya; Peipiaosteus; Peltopleurus; Perleidius; Phlyctaenichthys; Pholidaphoristion; Pholidoctenus; Pholidolepis; Pholidophoroides; Pholidophoropsis; Pholidophorus; Pholidopleurus; Pholidorhynchodon; Phorcynus; Piveteauia; Placopleurus; Platysdiagum; Platysomus; Plesiococcolepis; Pleuropholis; Polyacrodus; Prionopleurus; Pristiosomus; Pristisomus; Pristiurus; Procheirichthys; Prohalecites; Proleptolepis; Promeconsomina; Propterus; Proscinetes; Protoclupea; Protospinax; Pseudobeaconia; Pseudodalatias; Pseudorhina; Pteronisculus; Pteronisculus; Pteroniscus; Pterothrissus; Ptychoceratodus; Ptycholepis; Pygopterus; Recuvacanthus; Redfieldius; Reifia; Rhipis; Sagenodus; Sakamenichthys; Sargodon; Sassenia; Saurichthys; Sauropsis; Saurorhynchus; Saurostomus; Scanilepis; Schizurichthys; Scleracanthus; Scoliorhiza; Semionotus; Semionotus elegans; Serrolepis; Sinamia; Sinkiangichthys, Sinocoelacanthus, Sinoeugnathus, Sinolycoptera, Sinosemionotus, Songanella, Spathobatis (=Aellopos); Sphenodus (=Orthacodus); Squaloraja; Squatina; Steinbachodus; Stensišonotus; Stichopterus; Synechodus; Synorichthys; Tanocrossus; Tetragonolepis; Tharsis; Thoracopterus; Thrissops; Ticinepomis; Todiltia; Tongxinichthys; Tripelta; Tungusichthys; Turseodus; Undina; Urocles; Vallisia; Varasichthys; Vidalemia; Watsonulus; Whiteia; Wimania; Woodthorpea; Xenacanthus; Yuchoulepis; Zeuchthiscus;.
Formation:
Solenhofen Limestone;.
Country and State/Province:
Germany; USA: Utah;.

 

287         Micklich, N. 2005. Spies into the past: information from fossil fish. pp. 183-189. IN: Poyato-Ariza, F. J. (ed.). Extended Abstracts. Fourth International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics, Homology, and Nomenclature. Ediciones Universidad Aut—noma de Madrid, Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain August 8th-14th, 2005. 310 pp.
Age:
Jurassic- Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
caturid;.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Solnhofen Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Germany;.

 

288         Micklich, N., & G. Klappert. 2004. Character variation in some Messel fishes, pp. 137-163. IN: Arratia, G., & Tintori, A. (eds.). Mesozoic Fishes 3 Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland. 649 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jorassic=Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
semionotids.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Northeastern United States;.

 

289         Milesi, M., C. Lombardo, & A. Tintori. 2005. A new semionotid from the Norian (Late Triassic) of Northern Itlay. pp. 191-195. IN: Poyato-Ariza, F. J. (ed.). Extended Abstracts. Fourth International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics, Homology, and Nomenclature. Ediciones Universidad Aut—noma de Madrid, Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain August 8th-14th, 2005. 310 pp.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Lepisosteidae; Macrosemiidae; Semionotidae; Semionotiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Araripelepidotes; Lepidotes; Lepidotes deccanensis; Lepidotes laevis; Lepidotes latifrons; Lepidotes lennieri (Wenz, 1968); Lepidotes mantelli; Lepidotes maximus; Lepidotes minor; Lepidotes pustulayus; Lepidotes tendaguruensis (Arratia & Schultze, 1999); Paralepidotus; Paralepidotus ornatus; Pliodetes; Semionotus;.
Formation:
Zorzino Limestone;.
Country and State/Province:
Italy;.

 

290         Miyake, T., & J. D. McEachran. 1991. The morphology and evolution of the ventral gill arch skeleton in batoid fishes (Chondrichthyes: Batoidea). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 102:75-100.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Batoidea; Chondrichthyes;.
Genera and Species:
Belemnobatis; Spathobatis;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

291         Moody, J. M., & J. G. Maisey. 1994. New Cretaceous marine vertebrate assemblages from north-western Venezuela and their significance. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 14:1-8.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Asipidorhynchidae; Pachyrhizodonidae; Pycnodontid;.
Genera and Species:
Aspidorhynchus; Aspidorhynchus antarcticus; Belonostomus; Belonostomus sweeti; Dastilbe; Enchodus; Ichthyodectes; Squalicorax; Vinctifer; Vinctifer comptoni; Vinctifer longirostris Silva Santos, 1972; Vinctifer punctatus;.
Formation:
Apon Fm.; La Luna Fm.; Muribeca Fm.; Rolling Downs Fm.; Santana Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Antarctica: James Ross Island; Australia: Queensland; Brazil; Equitorial Guinea; Venezuela;.

 

292         Mšrs, T. 1993. Taphonomische Beobachtungen an den Clupeiden (Teleostei, Pisces) aus den Plattenkalken von Schernfeld (Unteres Untertithon, SŸdliche Frankenalb, Deutschland). N. Jb. Geol. PalŠont. Abh. 188:345-362.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (MALM)-Tithonian.
Higher Taxa:
Clupeidae.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
TCM; Plattenkalken von Schernfeld.
Country and State/Province:
Deutschland.

 

293         Mossman, D. J., & W. A. S. Sarjeant. 1983. The footprints of extinct animals. Scientific American 248:74-85.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Chondrichthyes; Crossopterygians; Cyclostomes; Holocephalians; Lungfishes; Osteichthyes;.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

294         Mudroch, A., & D. Thies. 1996. KnochenfischzŠhne (Osteichthyes, Actinopterygii) aus dem Oberjura (Kimmeridgium) des Langenbergs bei Oker (Norddeutschland). Geologica et Palaeontologica 30:239-265.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian.
Higher Taxa:
actinopterygians; Semionotiformes; Semionotidae; Pycnodontiformes; Macromesodontidae; Macrosemiiformes; Macrosemiidae; Ionoscopidae; Caturidae; Pachycormiformes; Pazchycormidae; Aspidorhynchiformes; Aspidorhynchidae; Ichthyodectiformes; Ichthyodectidae;.
Genera and Species:
Lepidotes Agassiz, 1832; Macromesodon Blake, 1905 (=Mesodon Wagner, 1851 part.); Proscinetes Gistl, 1848 (=Microdon Agassiz, 1833); Coelodus Heckel, 1856; Macrosemius Agassiz, 1834?; Notagogus Agassiz, 1833?; Histionotus Egerton, 1854; Ionoscopus Costa, 1853; Callopterus Thiollire, 1854; Caturus Agassiz, 1833; Sauropsis Agassiz, 1832; Belonostomus Agassiz, 1834; Thrissops Agassiz, 1833; Thrissops subovatus MŸnster IN: Agassiz, 1844; Gyrodus;.
Formation:
"Rohstoffbetriebe Oker".
Country and State/Province:
Germany.

 

295         Mudroch, A., & D. Thies. 1996. Strontium-Isotopie fossiler FischzŠhne als SalinitŠtsindikator, p. 64. IN: Terra Nostra Schriften der Alfred-Wegener-Stiftung 96/6 66. Jahrestagung der PalŠontologischen Gesellschaft Vortrags-und Posterkurzfassungen 22-28 September 1996, Leipzig, Germany.
Age:
Jurassic-Juraasic Late.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Lepidotes; Caturus; Coelodus; Callopterus; Ionoscopus; Proscinetes; Macromesodon; Histionotus; Notagogus;.
Formation:
Bšhmische Masse;.
Country and State/Province:
Germany.

 

296         Mudroch, A., D. Thies, & A. Baumann. 1997. Sr isotopic evolution of Late Jurassic epeiric seas shown on 87Sr/86Sr analysis of fossil fish teeth. Journal of the Czech Geological Society 42:89.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
fossil fish teeth.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
France; Germany;.

 

297         Mudroch, A., D. Thies, & A. Baumann. 1999. 87SR/86SR analysis on Late Jurassic fish teeth. Implications for paleosalinity of fossil habitats. pp. 595-604. IN: Arratia, G., & Schultze, H.-P. (eds.), Mesozoic Fishes 2: Systematics and the Fossil Record. Proceedings of the International Meeting Buckow, 1997. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 604 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian;.
Higher Taxa:
fish teeth.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
TCM.
Country and State/Province:
France; Deutschland;.

 

298         Murry, P. A. 1986. Vertebrate paleontology of the Dockum Group, western Texas and eastern New Mexico. pp. 109-137. IN: Padian, K. (ed.) The beginning of the Age of Dinosaurs. Faunal change across the Triassic-Jurassic boundary. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge,
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late, Jurassic-Jurassic.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Dockum Group.
Country and State/Province:
USA: western Texas, eastern New Mexico.

 

299         Musick, J. A., M. M. Harbin, & L. J. V. Compagno. 2004. Chapter 2. Historical Zoogeography of the Selachii. pp. 33-78. IN: Carrier, J. C., Musick, J. A., & Heithaus, M. R. (eds.), Biology of Sharks and their Relatives. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, 596 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Brachaeluridae; Carcharhiniformes; Centrophoridae; Chlamydoselachidae; Echinorhiniformes; Ginglymostomatidae; Heterodontiformes; Hexanchidae; Hexanchiformes; Lamniformes; Mitsukurindae; Odontaspidae; Orectolobidae; Oxynotidae; Squalea; Squalidae; Squalomorphii; Squatiniformes; Triakidae;.
Genera and Species:
Carcharias; Centrophorus; Chlamydoselachos; Chiloscyllium; Cretascymnus; Echinorhinus; Furgaleus; Hemiscyllium; Heptranchias; Hexanchias; Mesiteia; Notidanodon; Odontaspis; Orectoloboides; Protoxynotus; Paleobrachaelurus; Palaeocarcharias; Parascyllium; Pristiophorus; Protosqualeus; Pseudocarcharias; Scyliorhinus; Squalogaleus; Squatina;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Albania; Angola; Argentina; Australia; Belgium; France; Germany; Japan; Lebanon; Lithuania; Morocco; Trinidad; USA: South Dakota; Texas;.

 

300         Mutter, R. J., & A. Herzog. 2004. A new genus of Triassic Actinopterygian with an evaluation of deepened flank scales in fusiform fossil fishes. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 24:794-801.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Early; Triassic-Triassic Middle-Anisian; Triassic-Triassic Middle-Ladinian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinopterygii Cope, 1887; Habroichthyidae; Neopterygii Regan, 1923; Osteichthyes Huxley, 1880; Peltopleuridae; Perleididae Brough, 1931; Pholidopleuridae; Semionotiformes;.
Genera and Species:
Aetheodontus; Aetheodontus besanensis Brough, 1939; Altisolepis Mutter, 2004; Altisolepis bellipinnis (BŸrgin, 1992); Altisolepis elongignathus; Anatoia semiovata Rusconi, 1946a; Arctosomus sibiricus Berg, 1941; Aspidorhynchus; Australosomus kochi Piveteau, 1930; Beaconia spinosa Wade, 1935; Belichthys minimus Wade, 1935; Belonostomus; Besania micrognathus Brough, 1939; Brookvalia gracilis Wade, 1935; Caminchaia draghii Rusconi, 1946a; Catervariolus Saint-Seine, 1955; Cenechoia paramillense Rusconi, 1946c; Challaia striata Rusconi, 1946c; Cephaloxenus macropterus Brough, 1939; Cephaloxenus squamiserratus; Dicellopyge macrodentata Brough, 1931; Dictyopleurichthys latipennis Wade, 1935; Dipteronotus; Ducanichthys aculeatus BŸrgin, et ali, 1991; Geitonichthys ornatus Wade, 1935; Gracilignathichthys microlepis BŸrgin, 1992; Guaymayenia paramillensis Rusconi, 1946b; Habroichthys griffithi; Habroichthys minimus Brough, 1939; Ichthyokentema Woodward, 1941; Luganoia; Luganoia lepidosteoides Brough, 1939; Meidiichthys; Mendocinia; Meridensia meridensis BŸrgin, 1992; Mesambroniscus longisquamosus Wade, 1935; Molybdichthys junior Wade, 1935; Pasamabaya tellecheai Rusconi, 1946a; Peltoperleidus BŸrgin, et ali, 1991; Peltoperleidus bellipinnis BŸrgin, 1992; Peltoperleidus ducanensis BŸrgin, et ali, 1991; Peltoperleidus macrodontus BŸrgin, 1992; Peltoperleidus obristi Herzog, 2001; Peltoperleidus triseries BŸrgin, 1992; Peltopleurus dubius Woodward, 1890; Peltopleurus humilis; Peltopleurus lissocephalus Brough, 1939; Peltopleurus nothocephalus; Peltopleurus rugosus; Peltopleurus splendens; Pericentrophorus minimus Jšrg, 1969; Peripeltopleurus besanensis; Peripeltopleurus hypsisomus; Peripeltopleurus vexillipinnis BŸrgin, 1992; Perleidus; Pholidopleurus ticinensis BŸrgin, 1992; Phlyctaenichthys pectinatus Wade, 1935; Placopleurus primus Brough, 1939; Platysiagum; Platysiagum minus Brough, 1939; Pleuropholis Egerton, 1857; Pseudobeaconia; Pseudobeaconia bracaccinii Bordas, 1944; Schizurichthys pulcher Wade, 1935; Thoracopterus niederristi Bronn, 1858; Tripelta Wade, 1940; Tripelta dubia (Woodward); Tripelta dubius; Vinctifer;.
Formation:
El Challao Fm.; Hawkesbury Sandstone; Karoo Fm.; Prosanto Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Argentina; Australia: New South Wales;.

301         Myers, G. S. 1967. Zoogeographical evidence of the age of the South Atlantic Ocean. Studies in Tropical Oceanography, Miami University 5:614-621.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
characoids; Cypriniformes; Ostariophysi; Salmoniformes;.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Africa; Central America; Mexico; South America;.

 

302         Nelson, G. 1985. Earth history, biopolarity, and anchovies (Engraulidae). p. 115. IN: Fifth Congress of European Ichthyologists, Commemorating Petrus Artedi (1705-1735). Programme and Abstracts, Stockholm.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Engraulidae;.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

303         Nelson, J. S. 1994. Fishes of the World. 3rd edition. Wiley Interscience, New York, New York. 600 pp., Pages.
Age:
Mesozoic; Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Acanthorhinidae; Aipichthyidae; Aipichthyoididae; Allothrissopidae; Amiiformes; Archaeomaenidae Wade, 1941; Aspidorhynchidae; Aspidorhynchiformes; Ceratodontidae; Ceratodontiformes; Ceratodontimorpha; Chimaeropsidae; Chondrostei; Chondrosteidae; Chondrosteoidei; Cimolichthyoidea; Cladocyclidae; Coelacanthidae; Coelacanthiformes; Coelacanthimorpha; Crossognathiformes; Ctenacanthiformes; Cyclobatidae; Dinopterygiidae; Ellimmichthyidae; Ellimmichthyiformes; Errolichthyidae Lehman, 1952; Hexanchiformes; Holocentroidei; Ichthyodectidae; Leptolepididae; Leptolepidiformes; Luganoiiformes; Lycopteridae; Macrosemiidae; Mitsukurinidae; Myriacanthidae; Myriacanthoidei; Nardoichthyidae Sorbini & Bannikov, 1991; Neopterygii; Notelopidae; Occithrissopidae; Ostariostomidae; Osteoglossomorpha; Pachycormidae; Pachyrhizodonidae; Palaeonisciformes; Palaeospinacidae; Paracanthopterygii; Peltopleuridae; Peltopleuriformes; Perleididae; Perleidiformes; Pharmacichthyidae; Phoebodontidae Williams, 1985; Pholidophoriformes; Pholidopleuridae; Pholidopleuriformes; Pingolepidae; Platysomoidei; Polyodontidae; Ptycholepiformes; Pycnodontiformes; Redfieldiidae; Redfieldioidei; Saurichthydae; Saurichthyiformes; Saurodontidae; Sclerorhynchidae; Semionotidae; Semionotiformes; Sphenocephalidae; Sphenocephaliformes; Stichocentridae; Tetraodontiformes; Thoracopteridae; Tselfatiformes Nelson, 1994, p. 90;.
Genera and Species:
Acidorhynchus; Aetheodontus; Alloberyx; Allothrissops; Ankistrorhynchus; Apsopelix; Araripichthys; Armigatus; Asthenocormus; Atacamichthys; Aulolepis; Australosomus; Benthesikyme; Berycopsis; Bobbichthys; Brachymylus; Brookvalia; Caproberyx; Chandlerichthys; Chetungichthys; Chirocentrites; Chiromystus; Chondrosteus; Cladocyclus Cleithrolepis; Crossognathus; Ctenothrissa; Cyranichthys; Dalmatichthys; Dapedium; Dercetis; Dercetoides; Dictyopyge; Dipteronotus; Domeykos; Elopopsis; Erichalcis; Estesox; Eubiodectes; Eurycormus; Fuchunfiangia; Ganopristis; Gastroclupea; Greenwoodella; Gyrosteus; Habroichthys; Helichthys; Hemicalypterus; Hulettia; Hypsocormus; Ichthyodectus; Ischyrhiza; Lepidotes; Leptolepis coryphaenoides; Luganoia; Lycoptera; Meridensia; Notelops; Notidanoides; Obaichthys; Occithrissops; Oldmanesox; Omosoma; Omosomopsis; Ornategulum; Orthocormus; Orthogonikleithrus; Ostariostoma; Pachycormus; Pachymylus; Pachyrhizodus; Pachythrissops; Paleoclupea; Paleopsephurus; Paradapedium; Pelargoorhynchus; Peltopleurus; Perleidus; Phoebodus; Pholidopleurus; Pingolepis; Plectocretacicus; Plesiolycoptera; Prosauropsis; Protoclupea; Protoscaphirhynchus; Protosphyraena; Redfieldius; Rhacolepis; Rhynchodercetis; Saurichthys; Saurocephalus; Saurodon; Saurorhynchus; Scapanorhynchus; Schizurichthys; Sclerorhynchus; Semionotus; Spathodactylus; Sphenocephalus; Spratticeps; Stratodus; Syllaemus; Tetragonolepis; Tharsis; Todiltia; Thoracopterus; Thrissops; Trachichthyoides; Xiphactinus; Yanbiania;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Antarctica; Australia; Bolivia; Brazil; Chile; China; USA: Montana; Wyoming;.

 

304         Nelson, J. S. 2006. Fishes of the World. Fourth Edition. John Wiley & sons, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey, Pages.
Age:
Mesozoic.
Higher Taxa:
fishes; Tselfatiformes Nelson, 1994.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

305         Neuman, A. G., & R. J. Mutter. 2005. Helmolepis cyphognathus, sp. nov., a new platysiagid actinopterygian from the Lower Triassic Sulphur Mountain Formation (British Columbia, Canada). Can. J. Earth Sci. 42:25-36.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinopterygii Cope, 1887; Osteichthys Huxley, 1880; Perleidiformes lBerg, 1937; Platysiagidae Brough, 1939;.
Genera and Species:
Altisolepis bellipinnis (BŸrgin, 1992); Caelatichthys Lombardo, 2002; Caelatichthys meridensis; Caelatichthys nitens; Cleithrolepis; Helmolepis Stensiš, 1932; Helmolepis cyphognathus Neuman & Mutter, 2005; Helmolepis gracilis Nybelin, 1977; Manlietta (Hutchinson, 1973); Manlietta crassa (Wade, 1935); Mendocinichthys (Hutchinson, 1973); Mendocinichthys brevis (Whitley, 1952); Mimia toombsi (Gardiner, 1984); Peltopleurus; Perleidus; Perleidus canadensis nomen nudum; Perleidus piveteaui; Platysiagum; Platysiagum minus (Brough, 1939); Platysiagum sclerocephalum Egerton, 1872; Procheirichthys; Procheirichthys ferox (Wade, 1935);.
Formation:
Besano Fm.; Hawkesbury Fm.; Kalkschieferzone; Lyme Regis; Potrerilos Fm.; Prosanto Fm.; Sulphur Mountain Fm.; Vardebukta Fm.; Whitehorse Fm.; Wordie Creek Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Argentina; Australia: New South Wales; Canada: British Columbia; Greenland; Italy; Madagascar; Spitzbergen; Switzerland; U.K.: England;.

 

306         Nursall, J. R. 1996. The phylogeny of pycnodont fishes. pp. 125-152. 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.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic Late-Norian; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
 Pycnodontiformes Berg, 1940; Pycnodontoidei; Pycnodontidae; Bembrodontidae; Gyrodontoidei; Gyrodontidae; Mesturidae; Gibbodontidae; Hadrodontidae; Trewavasiidae; Coccodontidae;.
Genera and Species:
Anomoeodus; Brembodus; Brembodus ridens; Coccodus; Coelodus; Camposichthys Figueiredo & Silva Santos 1991; Eomesodon; Gibbodon cenensis Tintori, 1981; Gyrodus cuvieri; Gyrodus hexagonus; Hadrodus; Ichthyoceros; Iemanja; Macromesodon; Macromesodon macropterus; Mesturus; Micropycnodon; Neoproscinetes; Neoproscinetes penalvai; Nursallia; Palaeobalistum; Paramesturus Taverne, 1981; Proscinetes; Proscinetes elegans; Proscinetes radiatus; Pycnodus; Pycnodus platessus; Stemmatodus; Stemmatodus rhombus; Tepexichthys; Trewavasia;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

307         Nybelin, O. 1966. On certain Triassic and Liassic representatives of the family Pholidophoridae s. str. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology 11:351-432.
Age:
Triassic; Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Pholidophoridae; Parasemionotidae; Leptolepidae;.
Genera and Species:
Pholidophorus Agassiz; Pholidophorus bechei Agassiz; Pholidophorus latiusculus Agassiz; Pholidophorus (?) caffi Airaghi; Pholidophorus cf. pusillus Agassiz; Pholidolepis new genus, Nybelin, 1966, p. 387; Pholidolepis dorsetensis, Nybelin, 1966, p. 387; Pholidophoroides Woodward; Pholidophoroides crenulata (Egerton); Pholidophoroides limbata (Agassiz); Pholidophoropsis n. gen. Nybelin, 1966, p. 387; Pholidophoropsis caudalis (Woodward); Pholidophoropsis maculata Nybelin, 1966, p. 416;.
Formation:
Lyme Regis.
Country and State/Province:
United Kingdom: England;.

 

308         Patterson, C. 1966. British Wealden sharks. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology series 11:283-350, + 5 plates.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian;.
Higher Taxa:
Ganopristinae; Hybodontidae Owen, 1846; Hybodontiformes; Myliobatidae; Orthodonta; Osteodonta; Polyacrodonti Glikman, 1964; Polyacrodontida Glikman, 1964; Polyacrodontidae Glikman, 1964; Ptychodontidae; Selachii;.
Genera and Species:
Acrodus; Acrodus affinis Reuss, 1845; Acrodus anningiae; Acrodus curtus Smith Woodward, 1889; Acrodus dolloi Leriche, 1929, p. 228; Acrodus guedroyii Dalinkevicius, 1935, p. 256; Acrodus illingworthi Dixon; Acrodus nobilis; Acrodus ornatus Smith Woodward, 1889, p. 296; Acrodus oppenheimeri Stensiš, 1921; Acrodus spitzbergianus Hulke; Acrodus vermiformis Stensiš, 1921; Asteracanthus; Asteracanthus acutus Agassiz; Asteracanthus granulosus Egerton, 1854; Asteracanthus semiverrucosus Egerton, 1854; Asteracanthus verrucosus Egerton, 1854; Caturus tenuidens Smith Woodward; Clupavus; Coelodus mantelli Agassiz; Ganopristis; Hemiptychodus Jaekel, 1894, p. 137; Heteroptychodus Yabe & Obata, 1930, p. 6; Heteroptychodus steinmanni Yabe & Obata, 1930, p. 7; Hybodus Agassiz, 1837; Hybodus aschersoni Stromer, 1927, p. 20; Hybodus basanus Egerton, 1845, p. 197; Hybodus brabanticus Leriche, 1929, p. 225; Hybodus brevicostatus Patterson, 1966, p. 300; Hybodus bronnii Reuss, 1845, p. 97; Hybodus cristatus Reuss, 1845, p. 2; Hybodus delabechei Charlesworth; Hybodus dorsalis Agassiz; Hybodus ensis Smith Woodward, 1916, p. 11; Hybodus grewingki Dalinkevicius, 1935, p. 256; Hybodus hauffianus Fraas; Hybodus illingworthi (Dixon); Hybodus obtusus; Hybodus parvidens Smith Woodward, 1916, p. 12; Hybodus reticulatus Agassiz; Hybodus strictus Agassiz; Hybodus striatulus Agassiz; Hybodus subcarinatus Agassiz; Hybodus sulcatus Agassiz; Hylaeobatis; Hylaeobatis ornata (Smith Woodward, 1889, p. 296); Hylaeobatis problematica Smith Woodward, 1916, p. 19; Lepidotes; Lepidotes mantelli Agassiz; Lissodus; Lissodus africanus (Broom); Lonchidion Estes, 1964, p.7; Lonchidion breve Patterson, 1966, p. 312; Lonchidion breve breve Patterson, 1966, p. 313; Lonchidion breve crenulatum Patterson, 1966, p. 316; Lonchidion breve pustulatum Patterson, 1966, p. 317; Lonchidion heterodon Patterson, 1966, p. 326; Lonchidion rhizion Patterson, 1966, p. 322; Lonchidion selachos Estes, 1964, p. 9; Lonchidion striatum Patterson, 1966, p. 320; Onchopristis; Onchosaurus; Orthybodus basanus (Egerton); Pachythrissops; Palaeobates; Palaeobates angustissimus (Agassiz); Palaeobates nodosus Seilacher; Palaeobates spinosus Seilacher, 1943; Polyacrodus; Polyacrodus minimus (Agassiz); Polyacrodus pyramidalis Stensiš, 1921; Ptychodus; Ptychodus decurrens Agassiz; Ptychodus mediterraneus (Canavari, 1916, p. 16); Ptychodus mortoni Mantell; Pucapristis; Sclerorhynchus; Squatirhina americana; Strophodus; Synechodus; Synechodus illingworthi (Dixon);.
Formation:
American Chalk; English Chalk; Kansas Chalk; Keuper; Lance Fm.; Muschelkalk Fm.; Purbeck Fm.; Wealden Shales;.
Country and State/Province:
Belgium; Congo; Germany; Japan; Libya; Lithuania; U.K.: England; USA: Wyoming.

 

309         Patterson, C. 1968. The caudal skeleton in Lower Liassic pholidophorid fishes. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Geology 16:201-239.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias).
Higher Taxa:
pholidophorid.
Genera and Species:
Pholidophorus bechei Agassiz; Pholidolepis dorsetensis Nybelin; Pholidophoropsis maculata Nybelin, 1966, p. 387; Leptolepis coryphaenoides; Leptolepis normandica; Leptolepis dubia; Pholidophoropsis caudalis (Woodward);.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
United Kingdom: England;.

 

310         Patterson, C. 1968. Menaspis and the bradyodonts. pp. 171-205. IN: ¯rvig, T. (ed.) Nobel Symposium 4 Current Problems of Lower Vertebrate Phylogeny. Almqvist & Wiksell, Stockholm, SwedenJurassic-Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Myriacanthidae;.
Genera and Species:
Myriacanthus; Squaloraja;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

311         Patterson, C. 1982. Morphology and interrelationships of primitive actinopterygian fishes. American Zoologist 22:241-259.
Age:
Triassic; Jurassic;.
Higher Taxa:
Pteronisculus; Chondrosteus; Mesozoic holosteans;.
Genera and Species
.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

312         Patterson, C. 1998. Comments on basal teleosts and teleostean phylogeny, by Gloria Arratia. Copeia 1998:1107-1109.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa
.
Genera and Species:
Tischlingerichthys; Anaethalion; Lycoptera; Gordichthys; Santanaclupea; Luisichthys; Humbertia;.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province
.

 

313         Patterson, C., & H. G. Owen. 1991. Indian isolation or contact? A response to Briggs. Systematic Zoology 40:96-100.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Toarcian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;.
Higher Taxa:
Pholidophoridae;.
Genera and Species:
Atractosteus; Dapedium; Indocoelacanthus; Lepidotes deccanensis; Lepidotes elvensis; Lepisosteus; Paradepedium; Pholidophorus bechei; Tetragonolepis;.
Formation:
Kota Fm.;.
Country and State/Province:
Africa; Antarctica; Australia; Europe; India; Iran; Madagascar; North America;.

 

314         Patterson, C., & D. E. Rosen. 1977. Review of ichthyodectiform and other Mesozoic teleost fishes and the theory and practice of classifying fossils. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 158:81-172.
Age:
Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early.
Higher Taxa:
 Ichthyodectidae Crook, 1892;  Saurodontidae Cope, 1871;  Allothrissopidae Patterson & Rosen, 1977; Leptolepididae, Crossognathidae, Syllaemidae Cragin, 1901, p. 25; Pelecorapidae Cragin, 1901, p. 31; Apsopelicidae Romer, 1966, p. 354; Megalopidae,  Lycopteridae, Hiodontidae,  Diplomystidae, Pholidophoridae, Leptolepididae; Elopocephala;.
Genera and Species:
Ascalabos voithii MŸnster, 1839, Allothrissops mesogaster (Agassiz),  Anaethalion cf. subovatus,  Anaethalion knorri,  Anaethalion angustus,  Anaethalion anguistissimus,  Anaethalion vidali, Apsopelix, Apsopelix sauriformis Cope, Chirocentrites, Cladocyclus gardneri Agassiz, Cladocyclus ferus Santos, 1950, Crossognathus, Denticeps, Diplomystus, Diplomystus longicostatus Cope, Eohiodon, Eubiodectes, Gaudryelia, Gillicus, Helmintholepis vermiculatus Cockerell, Humbertia,  Ichthyodectes, Lebonichthys gracilis, Leptichthys agilis Stewart, Leptolepides macrophthalmus,  Leptolepides sprattiformis (Blainville); Leptolepides talbragarensis Woodward,  Leptolepis bahiaensis Schaeffer, 1947, Leptolepis caheni, Leptolepis congolensis, Leptolepis coryphaenoides, Leptolepis koonwarri, "Leptolepis" macropthalmus, Leptolepis nathorsti, Leptolepis normandica, Leptolepides sprattiformis;  Lycoptera, Nybelinoides,  Ornategulum, Pachythrissops furcatus, Pachythrissops laevis Woodward, Pachythrissops protperus, Pachythrissops vectensis, Paleoclupea dakotaensis, Pattersonella, Pelecorapis varius Cope, Pelecorapis berycinnus Cope, Phareodus, Pholidolepis, Pholidophorus bechei, Pholidophorus dorsetensis, Proleptolepis, Proportheus, Pseudoleptolepis, Rhacolepis, Saurodon, Saurocephalus, Scombroclupeoides, Spathodactylus, Syllaemus, Syllaemus albiensis, Syllaemus anglicus; Syllaemus latifrons; ?Tharrhias; Tharsis dubius; Thrissops; Thrissops formosus Agassiz; Wenzia; Wenzia congolensis; Xiphactinus;.
Formation:
Santana, Niobrara, Purlawaugh.
Country and State/Province:
North America, Europe, Australia, Brazil, Lebanon, West Africa, North Africa, China, Switzerland, Italy.

 

315         Perea, D., M. Ubilla, A. Rojas, & C. A. Goso. 2001. The West Gondwanan occurrence of the hybodontid shark Prihybodus, and the Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous age of the Tacuaremb— Formation, Uruguay. Palaeontology 44:1227-1236.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Hybodontidae Owen, 1846;.
Genera and Species:
Prihybodus; Prihybodus arambourgi d'Erasmo, 1960;.
Formation:
Tacuaremb— Fm.
Country and State/Province:
Uruguay; Somalia; Ethiopa; Tunisia; Libya; North Yemen;.

 

316         Pictet, F.-J., & A. Jaccard. 1860. Description de quelques dŽbris de Reptiles et Poissons Fossiles trouvŽs dans L'ƒtage Jurassique SupŽrieur du Jura Neuchatelois. IN: Pictet, F.-J. (ed.) MatŽriaux pour la PalŽontologie Suisse ou recueil de monographies sur les Fossiles du Jura et des Alpes. Vol. 1-3. J. Kessmann and H. Georg, Genve, SuisseJurassic-Jurassic Late.
Higher Taxa:
Pycnodontes, Placo•des, Squalides, Hybodontes, Cestraciontes,.
Genera and Species:
Lepidotus l¾vis Agassiz, Pycnodus, Sph¾rodus, Strophodus, Pygurus jurensis Marcou, Sph¾rodus gigas, Rhombifres, LŽpido•des homocerques, Lepidotus elvensis, Lepidotus giganteus, Lepidotus palliatus Agassiz, Lepidotus Mantellii Agassiz, Lepidotus Fittoni Agassiz, Lepidotus radiatus Agassiz, Lepidotus subundatus Munster, Lepidotus undatus Agassiz, Pycnodus affinis Agassiz, Microdon Agassiz, Phyllodus Agassiz, Gyrodus Agassiz, Pisodus, Periodus Agassiz, Mesodon Wagner, Gyronchus Agassiz, Acrotemnus Agassiz, Phacodus Dixon, Scrobodus Munster, Pycnodus gigas Agassiz, Pycnodus granulatus, Pycnodus Nicoleti Agassiz, Pycnodus Juguleri Munster, Pycnodus hugii Agassiz, Pycnodus Bucklandi Agassiz, Pycnodus notabilis (MŸnster, 1843 [as = Microdon notabilis MŸnster, 1843]) Wagner, Pycnodus didymus, Pycnodus irregularis Quenstedt, Gyrodus jurassicus Agassiz, Gyrodus umbilicus Agassiz, Pycnodus sub¾quidens Pictet, 1860, p. 66, Pycnodus distantidens Pictet, 1860, p. 67, Typodus Quenstedt, Typodus splendens, Typodus annulatus Quenstedt, Pycnodus (Typodus)contiguidens Pictet, 1860, p. 69, Pycnodus mitratus, Odontaspis Agassiz, Hybodus, Strophodus Agassiz, Odontaspis macer (Quenstedt), Pictet [ = Oxyrhina macer Quenstedt, p. 783], Sphenodus, Hybodus Agassiz, Hybodus plicatilis, Hybodus jurassiques, Strophodus subreticulatus Agassiz, Strophodus reticulatus Agassiz, Lepidotus l¾vis,.
Formation
.
Country and State/Province:
Switzerland.

 

317         Pinsof, J. D. 1983. A Jurassic lungfish (Dipnoi: Ceratodontidae) from western South Dakota. Proceedings of the South Dakota Academy of Science 62:75-79.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Ceratodontidae.
Genera and Species
.
Formation:
Morrison, Lakota [Kirkland (1998) says it's probably not Morrison Fm. (Jurassic) but more likely Lakota Fm. (Lower Cretaceous).].
Country and State/Province:
USA: South Dakota.

 

318         Poyata-Ariza, F. J., & S. Wenz. 2005. Akromystax tilmachiton gen. et sp. nov., a new pycnodontid fish from the Lebanese Late Cretaceous of Haqel and En Nammoura. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25:27-45.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Tithonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;.
Higher Taxa:
Actinopterygii, Cope, 1887; Anguilliformes; Coccodontidae; Haleocostomi Regan, 1923 sensu Patterson, 1973; Neopterygii Regan, 1923; Nursallinae; Osteichthyes Huxley, 1880; pycnodontid; Pycnodontiformes Berg, 1937; Pycnodontidae; Pycnodontinae; Pycnodontoidea;.
Genera and Species:
Abdobalistum; Akromystax Poyata-Ariza & Wenz, 2005, p. 29; Akromystax tilmachiton Poyata-Ariza & Wenz, 2005, p. 30; Anomoeodus; Coccodus; Coelodus; Ichthyoceros; Iemanja; Neoproscinetes; Nursallia; Nursallia ?goedeli; Nursallia veronae; Nursallia gutturosum; Ocloedus; Oropycnodus; Palaeobalistum; Proscinetes; Pycnodus; Sorbinichthys; Stemmatodus; Stenamara; Tepexichthys; Trewavasia; Turbomesodon; Turbomesodon bernissartensis; Turbomesodon praeclarus; Turbomesodon relegans;.
Formation:
Haqel and En Nammoura.
Country and State/Province:
France; Germany; Lebanon.

 

319         Poyato-Ariza, F. J. 1999. The elopiform fish  Anaethalion angustus restored, with comments on individual variation. pp. 361-368. IN: Arratia, G., & Schultze, H.-P. (eds.), Mesozoic Fishes 2: Systematics and the Fossil Record. Proceedings of the International Meeting Buckow, 1997. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, MŸnchen, Deutschland, 604 pp.
Age:
Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm); Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;.
Higher Taxa:
Anaethalionidae Gaudant, 1968; Elopomorpha;.
Genera and Species:
 Anaethalion angustissimus;  Anaethalion angustus;  Anaethalion knorri;  Anaethalion subovatus; Gordichthys conquensis; Ichthyemidion; Ichthyemidion vidali;.
Formation:
TCM; Solnhofen; EichstŠtt; Cerin;.
Country and State/Province:
Deutchland: Bavaria; France; Spain;.

 

320         Poyato-Ariza, F. J. 2003. Dental characters and phylogeny of pycnodontiform fishes. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 23:937-940.
Age:
Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Barremian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian/Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;.
Higher Taxa:
Pycnodontiformes; Pycnodontoidei; Pycnodontidea; Pycnodontidae; Mesturidae; Bremfodontidae; Coccodontidae; Nursallinae;.
Genera and Species:
Macromesodon Blake, 1905; Neoproscienetes Figueiredo and silva santos, 1987; Paramicrodon Thurmond, 1974; Paramesturus; Mesturus; Micropycnodon; Gyrodus; Arduafrons; Benbrodus; Gibbodon; Eomesodon liassicus; ?Eomesodon barnesi