Bock, W. 1959. New eastern American Triassic fishes and Triassic correlations. Geological Center Research Series. Vol. 1:1-184
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic
Genera/Species: Eurocana (= Turseodus Leidy according to Schaeffer, 1967), Gwyneddichtis (= Turseodus Leidy according to Schaeffer, 1967), T. minor, T. cf. acutus
Formation: Lockatong Formation, Newark Group
Countries: Pennsylvania

 

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

 

Chang, M.; Miao, D. 2004. An overview of Mesozoic fishes in Asia. pp. 535-563 IN: Arratia, Gloria; Tintori, Andrea (eds.). Mesozoic Fishes 3 Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. MŸnchen, Deutschland. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil. 649 pp.
MFNA-T; MFNA-TL-NS; MFNA-TL-WI; MFNA-J; MFNA-C; MFNA-CE; MFNA-CL;
Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic; Triassic-Triassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian/Turonian
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: 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/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.;
Countries: 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;

 

Eastman, Charles Rochester. 1904(1905). The Triassic fishes of New Jersey. Geological survey of New Jersey; Annual report of the state geologist. Trenton. Vol. 1904 (1905):67-130, pls. i-xiv, text-figs. 9-13.
MFNA-TL-NS;
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late;
Genera/Species: Semionotus spp.;
Formation: Newark Group, Moenave Fm.;
Countries: USA: New Jersey; Utah

 

Eastman, Charles Rochester. 1911. Triassic fishes of Connecticut. Bulletin of the Geological and natural history survey of Connecticut. Hartford [Connecticut State Geol. Nat. Hist. Surv., 1911. Bull.]. Vol. 18:1-77, 8 figs., pls. I-XI.
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late;
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes; (General Treatise)
Countries: Connecticut;

 

Eaton, George Francis 1903. Notes on the collection of Triassic fishes at Yale. American Journal of Science. Vol. 15(Ser. 4):259-268, 2 pls. v, vi.
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic;
Countries: Connecticut;

 

Emerson, B. K. 1898. Geology of old Hampshire county, Massachusetts. U.S. Geol. Survey, Monographs, Washington. Vol. 29:1-790 pp. 32 plates, maps.
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: List of Triassic fishes, pp. 398-400.
Countries: Massachusetts

 

Emmons, Ebenezer 1857. American geology, containing a statement of the principles of the science, with full illustrations of the characteristic American fossils, with an atlas and a geological map of the United States. Albany, New York. Sprague and Co. Vol. Part 6:I-x, 1-152 pp. 114 figs. 10 plates.
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic;
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: [coelacanth Rhabdiolepis is a nomen dubium or nomen oblitum according to Schaeffer 1967]
Genera/Species:
Rhabdiolepis; Describes Microdus laevis and Rabdiolepis speciosa
Countries: North Carolina;

 

Fraser, N. C.; Grimaldi, A. 1999. A significant Late Triassic Lagerstaette from Virginia, U.S.A. pp. 79-84. IN: Renesto, Silvio (ed.). Third International Symposium on Lithographic Limestones Bergamo, Italy-September 1-5, 1999. Bergamo, Italy. 136 pp. Rivista del Museo Civico di Scienze Naturali "Enrico Caffi". Vol. Supplemento al Vol. 20:136 pp.
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: coelacanths, semionotids, redfieldiids, shark spines and teeth, coprolites, gastric ejecta, fish bone
Genera/Species: coelacanths, semionotids, redfieldiids, shark spines and teeth, coprolites, gastric ejecta, fish bone
Formation: Newark Supergroup, Cow Branch Fm.,
Countries: Virginia, Dan River Basin, Solite Quarry

 

Gratacap, Louis Pope 1886. Fish-remains and tracks in the Triassic rocks at Weehawken, N. J. Amer. Naturalist. Vol. 20:243-246. 2 pls. & 2 figs.
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Countries: New Jersey

 

Hawkins, A. C. 1914. Lockatong formation of the Triassic of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci. Vol. 23:145-176. Pl.
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: ganoids
Formation: Lockatong Formation
Countries: New Jersey; Pennsylvania

 

Hobbs, William Herbert 1901. The Newark system of the Pomerang valley, Conn. Ann. Rept. U. S. Geol. Surv. Vol. 21(Pt. 3):1-162. 17 pls. & 59 figs.
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late;
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Formation: Newark Supergroup
Countries: Connecticut;

 

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

 

Leidy, J. 1857. Notices of some remains of extinct fishes. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. Vol. 9:167-168
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Genera/Species: Turseodus acutus Leidy, 1857
Formation: Lockatong Fm., Newark Group

 

Lucas, S. G.; Huber, P. 1993. Revised Internal Correlation of the Newark Supergroup Triassic, Eastern United States and Canada. New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science Bulletin. Vol. 3:311-319
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Genera/Species: Semionotus Agassiz, 1832
Formation: Newark Supergroup
Countries: Eastern United States and Canada

 

Lull, Richard Swan 1912. The life of the Connecticut Valley Trias. Amer. Jour. Sci. Vol. 4(Ser. 33):397-423
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Countries: USA: Connecticut;

 

Lull, Richard Swan 1915. Triassic life of the Connecticut valley. Bull. Conn. Geol & Nat. Hist. Surv. Vol. no. 24:1-285. 12 pls.
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Genera/Species: The aquatic vertebrates pp. 71-74. Coelacanthid¾, Catopterid¾, Semionotid¾, Eugnathid¾,
Countries: USA: Connecticut;

 

Mather, William W. 1834(1835). Indication dÕun gisement de poissons fossiles prs de Durham entre Middletown et Newhaven. Bull. Soc. GŽol. Paris. Vol. 7:70
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Countries: USA: Connecticut;

 

McCune, A. R. 1987. Toward the phylogeny of a fossil species flock: semionotid fishes from a lake deposit in the Early Jurassic Towaco Formation, Newark Basin. Bulletin Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University. Vol. 43:1-108
MFNA-TL-NS;
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Early;
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: macrosemiids; parasemionotids; semionotids;
Genera/Species: Acentrophorus; Eurinotes Emmons, 1860; Eurinotes ceratocephalus Emmons, 1860; Eurynotes Agassiz, 1835; Eurynotes tenuiceps Agassiz, 1835; Ischypterus Egerton, 1850; Ischypterus latus Egerton, 1850; Ischypterus tenuiceps ceratocephalus Emmons, 1857; Lepidotes Agassiz; Lepidotes elvensis; Lepidotes laevi (sic McCune, 1987, p. 68); Lepidotes laevis (sic McCune, 1987, p. 33); Lepidotes mantelli; Lepidotes mawsoni; Lepidotes minor; Lepidotes toombsi; Macrosemius; Paleoniscus Redfield, W. C., 1841; Paleoniscus agassiz (sic McCune, 1987, p. 72) W. C. Redfield, 1841; Paleoniscus agassizii (sic) W. C. Redfield, 1841; Paleoniscus fultus Agassiz, 1833; Paleoniscus latus J. H. Redfield, 1837; Paleothrissum Hitchcock, 1823; Pteronisculus; Semionotus Agassiz, 1832; Semionotus agassizii Redfield, 1841; Semionotus amplicephalus; Semionotus anosteus McCune, 1987, p. 58; Semionotus bergeri; Semionotus braunii; Semionotus capensis; Semionotus convalis McCune, 1987, p. 48; Semionotus decoratus McCune, 1987, p. 77; Semionotus elegans; Semionotus euthenius McCune, 1987, p. 46; Semionotus fultus (Agassiz, 1833); Semionotus fundus McCune, 1987, p. 79; Semionotus greenwoodi McCune, 1987, p. 75; Semionotus johberryi McCune, 1987, p. 65; Semionotus kapffi; Semionotus kirschi McCune, 1987, p. 34; Semionotus latheticus McCune, 1987, p. 62; Semionotus latus (Redfield, 1837); Semionotus leptocephalus Agassiz, 1832; Semionotus melanimus McCune, 1987, p. 63; Semionotus micropterus; Semionotus minor (Woodward, 1916-1919); Semionotus normanniae (Larsonneur, 1964); Semionotus olseni McCune, 1987, p. 36; Semionotus profundus McCune, 1987, p. 81; Semionotus redfieldii McCune, 1987, p. 52; Semionotus saginatus McCune, 1987, p. 82; Semionotus schaefferi McCune, 1987, p. 54; Semionotus tenuiceps (Agassiz, 1835); Semionotus thomsoni McCune, 1987, p. 44; Semionotus virginiae McCune, 1987, p. 40;
Formation: Boonton Fm.; Feltville Fm.; Hook Mountain Basalt Fm.; Lockatong Fm.; Newark Basin; New Oxford Fm.; Orange Mountain Basalt Fm.; Passaic Fm.; Preakness Basalt Fm.; Stockton Fm.; Towaco Fm.;
Countries: USA: Connecticut; Massachusetts; New Jersey; New York; Pennsylvania;

 

McCune, A. R. 1987. Lakes as laboratories of evolution: endemic fishes and environmental cyclicity. Palaios. Vol. 2:446-454
MFNA-TL-NS;
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Early;
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: Semionotidae
Genera/Species: Carinicanthus; Cionichthys; Diplurus; Lepidotes; Ptycholepis; Redfieldius; Semionotus; Semionotus micropterus; Semionotus tenuiceps; Synorichthys; Turseodus;
Formation: Balls Bluff Fm.; Balls Mills Fm.; Blomiden Fm.; Boonton Fm.; Cedar Forest Fm.; Cow Branch Fm.; East Berlin Fm.; Feltville Fm.; Hook Mountain Basalt Fm.; Lockatong Fm.; Manassas Fm.; McCoy Brook Fm.; Midland Fm.; Newark Supergroup; Orange Mountain Basalt; Passaic Fm.; Pine Hill Fm.; Portland Fm.; Preakness Basalt Fm.; Scotts Bay Fm.; Shuttle Meadow Fm.; South Britain Fm.; Stockton Fm.; Stoneville Fm.; Towaco Fm.; Waterfall Fm.; Wolfville Fm.;
Countries: Canada: Nova Scotia; USA: Connecticutt; Delaware; Maryland; Massachusetts; New York; North Carolina; Pennsylvania; Virginia;

 

McCune, A. R. 1989. Semionotid species flocks in the Newark Basin. pp. 94-96. IN: Olsen, P. E.; Gore, P. J. W. (eds.). Fieldtrip Guidebook T351 of 28th International Geological Congress. Washington, DC, American Geophyscal Union, Tectonic, Depositional and Paleoecological History of Early Mesozoic Rift Basins, Eastern North America.:174 pp.
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Genera/Species:
Semionotus Agassiz, 1832;
Formation: Newark Supergroup
Countries: Eastern North America

 

McCune, A. R.; Thompson, K. S.; Olsen, P. E. 1984. Chapter 4. Semionotid fishes from the Mesozoic Great Lakes of North America. pp. 27-44. IN: Echelle, A. A.; Kornfield, I. (eds.). The Evolution of Fish Species Flocks. Orono, Maine, USA. University of Maine at Orono Press
MFNA-TL-NS;
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Early;
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: Semionotidae;
Genera/Species:
Lepidotes; Semionotus Agassiz, 1832; Semionotus bergeri; Semionotus kapffi; Semionotus micropterus; Semionotus minor; Semionotus normanniae; Semionotus tenuiceps;
Formation: Boonton Fm.; Feltville Fm.; Lockatong Fm.; Towaco Fm.; Towaca (
sic McCune, Thompson & Olsen, 1984, p. 34) Fm.;
Countries: Canada: Nova Scotia; North America; USA: Connecticutt; Maryland; Massachusetts; New Jersey; New York; North Carolina; Pennsylvania; South Carolina; Virginia;

 

McDonald, N. G.; LeTourneau, P. M. 1989. Taphonomic phosphate loss in Early Jurassic lacustrine fishes, East Berlin Formation, Hartford Basin, New England, U.S.A. 28th International Geological Congress, Abstracts. Vol. 2:398
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Early
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: lacustrine fishes
Formation: East Berlin Fm.
Countries: USA: New England

 

Newberry, John Strong 1878. Description of new fossil fishes (Diplurus longicaudatus and Ptycholepis marshi from the Trias of New Jersey and Connecticut. Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci. Vol. 1:127-128
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Genera/Species:
Diplurus longicaudatus; Ptycholepis marshi
Countries: USA: Connecticut; New Jersey

 

Newberry, John Strong 1886-87(1887). The fauna and flora of the Trias of New Jersey and the Connecticut valley. Trans. N. Y. Acad. Sci.:1-5.
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late,
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Countries: USA: Connecticut

 

Newberry, John Strong 1888. Fossil fishes and fossil plants of the Triassic rocks of New Jersey and the Connecticut valley. Monographs of the United States Geological Survey. Vol. 14:1-152, 26 pls.
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late,
Genera/Species: Tetragonolepis sp.?; Acentrophorus chicopensis,
Formation: Triassic coal fields of Virginia; metamorphosed sandstones of Chicopee Falls, Mass.
Countries: USA: Virginia, Massachusetts; Connecticut; New Jersey

 

Olsen, P.E.; McCune, A.R. 1991. Morphology of the Semionotus elegans species group from the Early Jurassic part of the Newark Supergroup of eastern North America with comments on the family Semionotidae (Neopterygii). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 11(3):269-292
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Jurassic
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: Semionotidae
Genera/Species:
Semionotus elegans species group
Formation: Newark Supergroup
Countries: eastern North America

 

Olsen, P. E.; McCune, A. R.; Thomson, K. S. 1982. Correlation of the Early Mesozoic Newark Supergroup by vertebrates, principally fishes. American Journal of Science. Vol. 282(1):1-44
MFNA-TL-NS;
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late-Carnian; Triassic-Triassic Late-Norian; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias);
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: hybodont shark; paleoniscoids; subholostean; semionotids; redfieldiid; coelacanth;
Genera/Species: Acentrophorus; Acentrophorus chicopensis; Amblypterus ornatus; Carinacanthus jepseni Bryant, 1934; Cionychhys cf. dunklei; Cionychhys dunklei; Cionychhys cf. greenei; Dictyopyge; Dictyopyge macrurus (W. C. Redfield); Diplurus newarki Bryant; Diplurus longicuadatus; Endemichthys; Macrosemius maeseni; Ptycholepis cf. marshi; Ptycholepis marshi; Redfieldius; {Redfieldius cf. G. gracilis (sic)}; Redfieldius gracilis; Redfieldius obari Bock, 1959 [= Cionychhys obari (Bock, 1959)]; Semionotus bergeri; Semionotus brauni; Semionotus capensis; Semionotus (Ischypterus) elegans (Newberry, 1888); Semionotus kanabensis (Schaeffer, 1950); Semionotus latus; Semionotus leptocephalus; Semionotus micropterus (Newberry); Semionotus nilssoni; Semionotus tenuiceps Agassiz; Synorichthys sp.; Synorichthys stewarti; Tanaocrossus; Turseodus; Turseodus acutus;
Formation: Chinle Fm.; Clarens Fm.; Newark Supergroup: Richmond Basin, Lower Barren Beds; Richmond Basin, Productive Coal Measures; Richmond Basin, Vinita Shales; Taylorsville Group, Falling Creek Fm.; Scottsburg Basin, undifferentiated; Chatham Group, Pekin Fm.; Chatham Group, Cummock Fm.; Chatham Group, "Durham Basin fish bed"; Dan River Group, upper and lower member Cow Branch Fm.; Culpeper Basin, "Midland fish bed"; Culpeper Basin, "Haymarket fish bed"; Culpeper Basin, "Millbrook Quarry beds"; Gettysburg Basin, New Oxford Fm.; Newark Basin, Lockatong Fm.; Newark Basin, Passaic Fm.; Newark Basin, Feltville Fm.; Newark Basin, Towaco Fm.; Newark Basin, Bonnton Fm.; Hartford Basin, Shuttle Meadow Fm.; Hartford Basin, East Berlin Fm.; Hartford Basin, Portland Fm.; Hartford Basin, upper Portland Fm.; Deerfield Basin, Turners Falls Ss.; Deerfield Basin, Mt. Toby Cg.; Fundy Group, Blomidon Fm.; Fundy Group, Scots Bay Fm.; Moenave Fm.; Pekin Fm.; Wolfville Fm.;
Countries: Africa; CANADA: Nova Scotia; China; Europe; USA: Colorado; South Carolina; North Carolina; Virginia; Maryland; Pennsylvanian; Delaware; New York; New Jersey; Connecticutt; Massachusetts; Utah; Zaire;

 

Redfield, John Howard 1837. Fossil fishes of Connecticut and Massachusetts, with a notice of an undescribed genus. Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N. Y.:435-40. Pl.
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Genera/Species: The original of RedfieldÕs illustration of Catopterus gracilis is refigured by C. R. Eastman in State Geol. Nat. Hist. Surv. Conn., 1911, Bull. No. 18, pl. ix.
Countries: USA: Connecticut, Massachusetts;

 

Redfield, John Howard 1837 (1839). Fossil fishes of Connecticut and Massachusetts, with a notice of an undescribed genus. Notice in Neues Jahrb. Mineral 248 pp. [Also see Redfield, 1837, Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 1837, Vol. 435-40. Pl.]
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Genera/Species: The original of RedfieldÕs illustration of Catopterus gracilis is refigured by C. R. Eastman in State Geol. Nat. Hist. Surv. Conn., 1911, Bull. No. 18, pl. ix.
Countries: USA: Connecticut, Massachusetts;

 

Redfield, John Howard 1845. Report on the fossil fishes of the United States, read before the Association of American Geologists and Naturalists at New Haven, Conn., in 1845. {This manuscript report was never separately published, but copious extracts from it are contained in J. S. NewberryÕs Fossil fishes and fossil plants of the Triassic rocks of New Jersey and the Connecticut valley. Monogr. U. S. Geol. Surv. 1888, 14:1-152.
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Countries: USA: Connecticut;

 

Redfield, William C. 1839. Fossil fishes of the [Triassic] Red Sandstone. Amer. Journ. Sci. Vol. 36:186-187.
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic- Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Genera/Species: Mentions only Catopterus gracilis and an undescribed species of ÒPal¾oniscusÓ
Countries: USA: Connecticut,
New Jersey, Virginia

 

Redfield, William C. 1841. Short notices of American fossil fishes. Amer. Journ. Sci. Vol. 41:24-28.
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Genera/Species: 5 species of Semionotus and 4 of Captopterus are described.
Countries: USA: Connecticut, New Jersey

 

Redfield, William C. 1843. Notice of newly discovered fish-beds and a fossil footmark in the Red Sandstone Formation of New Jersey. Amer. Journ. Sci. Vol. 44:134-136. fig.
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Genera/Species: 3 species of Semionotus are mentioned.
Formation: Red Sandstone Formation
Countries: USA: New Jersey

 

Redfield, William C. 1846. On the newly-discovered ichthyolites in the New Red Sandstone of New Jersey. Proc. Geol. Soc. London. Vol. 4:23 [also see Redfield, 1846, Phil. Mag., London, 3 ser. Vol. 23:186.]
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Countries: USA: New Jersey

 

Redfield, William C. 1846. On the newly-discovered ichthyolites in the New Red Sandstone of New Jersey. Phil. Mag., London. Vol. 23(3 ser.):186.[Also see Redfield, 1846, Proc. Geol. Soc. London, 1846, Vol. 4:23.]
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Formation: New Red Sandstone
Countries: USA: New Jersey

 

Redfield, W. C. 1853. On the geological age and affinities of the fossil fishes which belong to the sandstone formation of Connecticut, New Jersey, and the coalfield near Richmond, in Virginia. {Abstract of communication made to the American Association for the Advancement of Science.}. Ann. Sci., Cleveland, Ohio. Vol. 1:270-271.
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Formation: Red Sandstone Fm.
Countries: New Jersey;

 

Redfield, W. C. 1856. On the relations of the fossil fishes of the sandstone of Connecticut and other Atlantic states to the Liassic and Jurassic periods. Proc. Amer. Assoc. Adv. Sci. 10. Meet., 1856. Vol. 2(ser. 22):357-363.
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Formation: Red Sandstone Fm.
Countries: USA: Connecticut; New Jersey

 

Redfield, W. C. 1857. On the relations of the fossil fishes of the sandstone of Connecticut and other Atlantic States to the Liassic and Jurassic periods. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 10th meeting, Albany 1856:180-188
MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Early
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fossil fishes
Formation: Red Sandstone Fm.
Countries: USA: Connecticut

 

Schaeffer, B. 1952. The palaeoniscoid fish Turseodus from the Upper Triassic Newark group. American Museum Novitates. Number 1581:1-24, 8 figs.
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late; Jurassic;
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: paleoniscoids; coelacanthids; Palaeoniscidae; Rhadinichthyidae; Elonichthyidae; Acrolepidae; Elonichthyidae;
Genera/Species:
Acrorhabdus; Amblypterus ornatus; Amblypterus carolinae; Australosomus; Belonostomus; Birgeria; Boreosomus; Cosmolepis; Cosmolepis irbatys; Elonichthys caudalis; Elonichthys elegans; Elonichthys serratus; Eugnathus; Glaucolepis; Glaucolepis cicatrosus; Gyrolepis; Hyllingea; Lepidopterus; Oxygnathus; Palaeoniscus; Palaeoniscus freieslebeni; Ptycholepis; Pygopterus mandibularis; Pygopterus humboldti; Rhadinichthys fusiformis; Turseodus acutus Leidy, 1857; Turseodus leptops;
Formation: Newark Group; Lockatong Fm.;
Countries: USA: Pennsylvanian; North Carolina; Denmark: Greenland;

 

Schaeffer, B. 1984. On the relationships of the Triassic-Liassic redfieldiiform fishes. American Museum Novitates. Number 2795:1-18
MFNA; MFNA-T; MFNA-TL-WI; MFNA-TL-NS; MFNA-J;
Geologic Age: Triassic; Mesozoic; Triassic-Triassic Late-Carnian; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Sinemurian; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Hettangian;
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: Acrolepidae; Brookvaliidae Hutchinson, 1973; Catopteridae; Chondrostei; Dicellopygidae; Elonichthyidae; Palaeoniscidae; perleidid; Perleidiformes; Redfieldiidae Hutchinson, 1973; Redfieldiiformes; Rhadinichthyidae; Schizurichthyidae Hutchinson, 1973;
Genera/Species: Atopocephala Brough, 1934; Brookvalia Wade, 1935; Brookvalia gracilis; Canobius; Cheirolepis; Cionichthys Schaeffer, 1967, p. 15; Coccocephalichthys; Cocconiscus; Cyonichthys (sic Schaeffer, 1984, p. 2, Fig. 1, C)[=? Cionichthys Schaeffer, 1967]; Daedalichthys Brough, 1931; Dictyopyge Lyell, 1847; Elonichthys serratus (Moy-Thomas & Dyne, 1938); Geitonichthys Wade, 1935; Helichthys Broom, 1909; Ischnolepis Haughton, 1934; Lasalichthys Schaeffer, 1967; Lawnia; Manlietta; Mauritanichthys Martin, 1982; Mesopoma; Mimia; Molybdichthys Wade, 1935; Moythomasia; Mauritanichthys; Oxygnathus; Palaeoniscus; Paramblypterus; Perleidus; Phanerosteon; Phlyctaenichthys Wade, 1935 sic Schaeffer, 1984, p. 6, Fig. 2,E, & p. 11, p. 12, Fig.6, p. 15; Phyctaenichthys Wade, 1935 sic Schaeffer, 1984, p. 8; Pteronisculus; Pteronisculus magna; Pyritocephalus sculptus; Redfieldius Hay, 1899; Sakamenichthys sic Schaeffer, 1984, p. 11; Sakamenichthys; Schizurichthys Wade, 1935; Synorichthys Schaeffer, 1967;
Formation: Dockum Fm.; Newark Supergroup
Countries: Australia; South Africa; Madagascar; Morocco; Zambia; Morocco; USA: eastern and western United States;

 

Schaeffer, B.; Dunkle, D.H.; McDonald, N.G. 1975. Ptycholepis marshi Newberry, a chondrostean fish from the Newark Group of eastern North America. Fieldiana: Geology. Vol. 33(12):205-233
MFNA-TL-NS, MFNA-JE
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic ?Liassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias); Triassic-Triassic Late-Norian; Triassic-Triassic Late-Carnian;
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: Ptycholepiformes Andrews
et ali, 1967; Ptycholepididae Brough, 1939; paleonisciforms; semionotids; redfieldiids;
Genera/Species:
Ptycholepis marshi Newberry, 1878; redfieldiids; Semionotus; Boreosomus; Ptycholepis bollensis (Wenz, 1967); Ptycholepis curta; Ptycholepis barboi Bassani; Moythomasia Gross; Acrolepis Agassiz; Acropholis Aldinger; Plegmolepis Aldinger; Boreolepis Aldinger; Ptycholepis avus Kner; Ptycholepis minor Egerton; Ptycholepis monilifer Woodward; Ptycholepis gracilis Davis; Diplurus; Diplurus cf. Diplurus longicaudatus;
Formation: Shuttle Meadow Fm.; Brunswick Fm.; ?Bull Run Shale; East Berlin Fm.; Portland Fm.;
Countries: USA: Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Virginia; Austria; England; Germany; France;

 

Schaeffer, B.; Mangus, M. 1970. Synorichthys sp. (Palaeonisciformes) and the Chinle-Dockum and Newark (Upper Triassic) fish faunas. Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 44:17-22
MFNA-TL-WI, MFNA-TL-NS,
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: Palaeonisciformes
Genera/Species:
Synorichthys
Formation: Chinle-Dockum, Newark

 

Schaeffer, B.; Mc Donald, N. G. 1978. Redfieldiid fishes from the Triassic-Liassic Newark Supergroup of Eastern North America. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. Vol. 155(4):131-173
MFNA-TL-WI; MFNA-TL-NS;
Geologic Age: Triassic-Liassic
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: Redfieldiiformes Berg, 1940; Redfieldiidae Berg, 1940; Catopteridae Woodward, 1890;
Genera/Species: Dictyopyge Lyell, 1847; Redfieldius Hay, 1899; Redfieldius gracilis (J. H. Redfield, 1837); Dictyopyge macrurus (W. C. Redfield, 1841); Dictyopyge meekeri Schaeffer and Mc Donald, 1978; Catopterus gracilis J. H. Redfield, 1837; Catopterus macrurus W. C. Redfield, 1841;
Formation: Newark; Dockum; Chinle;
Countries: Eastern North America; Australia;

 

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

 

Shainin, V. E. 1943. New coelacanth fishes from the Triassic of New Jersey. Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 17:271-275, 4 figs., 2 pls.
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: Coelacanthini
Countries: USA: New Jersey

 

Shaler, Nathaniel Southgate; Woodworth, Jay Backus 1899. Geology of Richmond basin, Va. 19. Ann. Rept. U. S. Geol. Surv. 1897-98 (1899). Vol. pt. 2:431-434. Pls. & figs.
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic- Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Genera/Species: Contains description of Triassic fish-beds of the Virginia coalfield.
Countries: USA: Virginia

 

Silliman, Benjamin 1821. On the occurrence of fossil fish in the Connecticut valley. Amer. Journ. Sci. Vol. 3:221-222; 365-366.
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Genera/Species: Catopteridae and Semionotidae
Countries: USA: Massachusetts;

 

Smith, J. Hays 1900. Fish four million years old. Metropol. Mag., N. Y. Vol. 12:498-506. Figs.
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: A popular article on Triassic fishes of Boonton, New Jersey.
Formation: Boonton
Countries: USA: New Jersey

 

Su, D. 1996. A new semionotid fish from the Jurassic of Sichuan Basin and its biostratigraphic significance. Vertebrata PalAsiatica. Vol. 34(2):91-101
MFNA-JM, MFNA-JE, MFNA-TL, MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Middle; Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias); Late Triassic;
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: Semionotidae; ptycholepiform;
Genera/Species: Tianfuichthys spinodorsalis Su, 1996, p. 91; Semionotus; Chungkingichthys tachuensis Su, 1974; Yuchoulepis szechuanensis Su, 1974; Redfieldius; Ptycholepis marshi; Diplurus;
Formation: Upper Shaximiao Fm.; Newark supergroup;
Countries: China; Europe; North America; Eastern Asia;

 

Thomson, K. S.; McCune, A. R. 1984. Scale structure as evidence of growth patterns in fossil semionotid fishes. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 4(3):422-429
Short Title: Scale structure as evidence of growth patterns in fossil semionotid fishes
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late, Jurassic-Jurassic Early
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: Semionotidae
Genera/Species: Semionotus
Agassiz, 1832;
Formation: Newark Supergroup; Feltville Formation; Boonton Formation;
Countries: USA: New Jersey

 

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;
Formation: 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. MŸnchen, Deutschland. 649 pp. Dr. Friedrich Pfeil
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;
Formation: Aguja Fm.; Austin Chalk; Bearpaw Fm.; Black Creek Fm.; Black River Fm.; Blufftown Fm.; Boyne Member; Budden Canyon Fm.; Bug Creek Anthills; Carlile Shale; Chinle Fm.; Chandler Fm.; Chinle Group; Christopher Fm.; Chugwater Fm.; Cloverly Fm.; Comanche Peak Fm.; Cusseta Fm.; Dakota Fm.; Deerfield Fm.; Demopolis Fm.; Dinosaur Park Fm.; Dockum Group; Dolores Fm.; Eagle Ford Fm.; Eureka Deposits; Eutaw Fm.; Favret Fm.; Feltville Fm.; Ferris Fm.; Fish-Scale Zone; Foremost Fm.; Fruitland Fm.; Gober Chalk Fm.; Greenhorn Fm.; Hay River; Hell Creek Fm.; Hornerstown Fm.; Horseshoe Canyon Fm.; Judith River Fm.; Kangkuk Fm.; Kansas Chalk; Kaskapau Fm.; Kiowa Shale; Lance Fm.; Livingston Fm.; Lockatong Fm.; Lakota Fm.; Loon River Fm.; Lykins Fm.; Mankos Shale; Marlbrook Marl; Marshalltown Fm.; McDougall Point Member; Medicine Bow Fm.; Mesaverde Fm.; Milk River Fm.; Moenavi Fm.; Mooreville Chalk; Mooreville Fm.; Morrison Fm.; Mowry Fm.; Mowry Shale; Navesink Fm.; Newark Supergroup; Niobrara Fm.; Ojinaga Fm.; Oldman Fm.; Paluxy Fm.; Paper Shale; Pecan Gap Chalk Member; Pembina Member; Pierre Shale; Poker Chip Shale; Pony Express Member; Ralston Creek Fm.; Red Shale; Rierdon Fm.; San Carlos Fm.; Selma Fm.; Shaftesbury Fm.; Sharon Springs Member; Shublick Fm.; Smoking Hills Fm.; Smoky Hill Chalk; St. Mary River Fm.; Sulphur Mountain Fm.; Sundance Fm.; Taylor Marl; Tecovas Fm.; Toad Grayling Fm.; Todilto Member; Toreva Fm.; Turner's Falls Sandstone; Vermilion River Fm.; Wanakah Fm.; Wapiti Lake Area; Waterfall Fm.; Watino Fm.; Weber Conglomerates; Wingate Sandstone;
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;

 

Woodward, A. S. 1890. Review of J. S. Newberry's "Triassic fishes and fossil plants of the Triassic rocks of New Jersey and the Connecticut Valley." Newberry, J. S., 1888 A. Nature. Vol. 42:366-367
MFNA-TL-NS
Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late
Higher Taxonomic Ranks: fishes
Countries: USA: New Jersey, Connecticut Valley