Gardiner, B. G. 1966. Catalogue of Canadian fossil fishes. Royal Ontario Museum, Life Science Contributions, University of Toronto. Vol. 68:1-154
MFNA-TE-WL; MFNA-JL-WI; MFNA-CE-AC; MFNA-CL-FL; MFNA-CL-BP;
Geologic 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 Taxonomic Ranks: 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/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 LacepĆde, 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;
Formations:
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.;
COUNTRIES: Canada: Alberta; British Columbia; Manitoba; Nova Scotia; Saskatchewan; USA: Montana; South Dakota;

 

Imlay, R. W. 1957. Paleoecology of Jurassic seas in the Western Interior of the United States IN: Ladd, H. S. (ed.). Treatise on Marine Ecology and Paleoecology, Vol. 2: Paleoecology. Geological Society of America Memoir. Vol. 67:469-504
MFNA-J; MFNA-JM-WI; MFNA-JL-WI;
Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias); Jurassic-Jurassic Middle (Dogger)-Callovian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm); Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian;
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fish (p. 498);
Formations: 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;
COUNTRIES: 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;

 

Kirkland, J. I. 1987. Upper Jurassic and Cretaceous lungfish tooth plates from the Western Interior, the last dipnoan faunas of North America. Hunteria. Vol. 2:1-16
MFNA-JL-WI, MFNA-C,
Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Late, Cretaceous-Cretaceous
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: Dipnoi
COUNTRIES: Western Interior, North America

 

Kirkland, J. I. 1998. Morrison fishes. Modern Geology. Vol. 22:503-533
MFNA-T; MFNA-JL-WI; MFNA-CE-WI;
Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurasic Late; Triassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: Ceratodontidae; Coccolepidae; Halecostomi incertae sedis; Amiiformis (sic); Pycnodontoidea; Leptolepididae;
Genera/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 cf. C. frazeri Ostrom, 1970. pp. 53-55; Ceratodus fossanovum Kirkland, 1998, p. 509, Leptolepis; Hulettia hawesi Kirkland, 1998, p. 519; Morrolepis schaefferi Kirkland, 1998, p. 515;
Formations:
Kayenta; Morrison; Cloverly; Cedar Mountain; Lakota;
COUNTRIES: USA: Wyoming; South Dakota; Utah; Colorado; Oklahoma;

 

Larson, P. L. 1988. Famous fossil fish faunas. Mid-America Paleontology Society Digest. Vol. 11(5 (Expo X Edition)):1-10
MFNA; MFNA-TE-WL; MFNA-TM-WC; MFNA-JL-WI; MFNA-CL-TU; MFNA-CL-KC;
Geologic 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 Taxonomic Ranks: Chondrichthyes; Osteichthyes;
Genera/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;
Formations:
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;
COUNTRIES: 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;

 

Pinsof, J. D. 1983. A Jurassic lungfish (Dipnoi: Ceratodontidae) from western South Dakota. Proceedings of the South Dakota Academy of Science. Vol. 62:75-79
MFNA-JL-WI, MFNA-CE-WI
Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: Ceratodontidae
Formations: Morrison, Lakota [Kirkland (1998) says it's probably not Morrison Fm. (Jurassic) but more likely Lakota Fm. (Lower Cretaceous).]
COUNTRIES: USA: South Dakota

 

Wilson, M. V. H. 2001. Mesozoic fishes of North America: accomplishments and opportunities. pp. 69-70. IN: Tintori, Andrea (ed.). III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes  Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. 78 pp. Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001 UNIMI
MFNA-TL-WI, MFNA-TL-NS, MFNA-JM-WI, MFNA-JL-WI, MFNA-CL-FL,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late-Carnian; Triassic-Triassic Late-Norian; Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes;
Formations: Chinle; Dockum; Moenave Fm.; Newark Supergroup; Todilto Fm.; Sundance Fm.; Wanakah Fm.; Morrison Fm.; Milk River Fm.; Judith River Fm.; Oldman Fm.; Dinosaur Park; Edmonton; Hell Creek; Lance;
COUNTRIES: Western Canada; USA: Colorado, New Mexico, Utah;

 

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