Gagnier, P. Y.; Blieck, A.; Emig, C. C.; Sempere, T.; Vachard, D.; Vanguestaine, M. 1996. New paleontological and geological data on the Ordovician and Silurian of Bolivia. Journal of South American Earth Sciences. Vol. 9(5/6): 329-347

MFNA

 

 

Gaillard, C.; Bernier, P.; Gall, J. C.; Gruet, Y.; Barale, G.; Bourseau, J. P.; Buffetaut, E.; Wenz, S. 1994. Ichnofabric from the Upper Jurassic lithographic limestone of Cerin, southeast France. Palaeontology. Vol. 37(2): 285-304

MFNA-J;

Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Late;

Formation: Canjuers Limestone; Cerin Limestone; Montsec Limestone; Solnhofen Limestone;

COUNTRY: France; Germany: Bavaria;

 

 

Gallagher, W.; Parris, D.; Grandstaff, B.; Camburn, J.; Camburn, S. 2003. Comparative taphonomy of vertebrate fossil concentrations in the Late Cretaceous-Early Tertiary sequence of New Jersey. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 23(Supplement to Number 3): 53a

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: chondrichthyan

Formation: Ellisdale; Big Brook; Inversand;

COUNTRY: New Jersey

 

 

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. Vol. 25(4): 757-769

MFNA-J; MFNA-CE;

Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Neopterygii; Semionotidae; Semionotiformes;

Genera/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: Austria; Argentina; Brazil; Africa: Congo Basin; Democratic Republic of Congo; Tanzania; Cuba; France; Germany; Italy; Switzerland; U.K.: England;.

 

 

Gallo, V.; Brito, P. M. 2001. An overview of the Brazilian Semionotids. p. 30. IN: Tintori, Andrea (ed.). UNIMI. III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.

MFNA-CE,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Middle;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Semionotidae

Genera/Species: Lepidotes roxoi; Lepidotes piauhyensis; Lepidotes sp.; Lepidotes alagoensis; Lepidotes souzai; Araripelepidotes temnurus; Lepidotes mawsoni; Lepidotes llewellyni; Lepidotes oliveirai; Lepidotes dixseptiensis;

Formation: Iguatu Basin; Araripe Basin; Bahia; Chapado do Araripe;

COUNTRY: Brazil

 

 

Gallo, V.; Brito, P. M. 2004. An overview of Brazilian semionotids. pp. 253-264. 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-J; MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Middle; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Senonian (Coniacian-Maastrichtian);

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Lepisosteidae; Semionotidae sensu Wenz, 1999;

Genera/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: Argentina; Brazil; Chile; Africa: Congo Basin;

 

 

Gallo, V.; Coelho, P. 2005. Brazilian Enchodontid fishes. pp. 95-99. IN: Poyato-Ariza, Francisco JosŽ (editor). 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.

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank:  Enchodontidae;

Genera/Species: Enchodus; Enchodus libycus; Enchodus longipectoralis; Enchodus oliveirai; Enchodus subaequilateralis; Enchodus venator; Eurypholis; Palaeolycus; Rharbichthys; Rharbichthys ferox; Saurorhamphus;

COUNTRY: Brazil; Morocco;

 

 

Gallo, V.; de Figueiredo, F. J. 2002.  Farinichthys gigas, a new albulid fish (Teleostei: Elopomorpha) from the Paleocene of the Pernambuco-Paraiba Basin, northeastern Brazil. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 22(4): 747-758

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Albulidae Bleeker, 1859; Albuliformes sensu Forey et ali, 1996; Elopomorpha Greenwood et al., 1966; Teleostei MŸller, 1844;

Genera/Species:  Araripichthys;  Brannerion; Lebonichthys lewisi;  Paraelops;  Notelops;  Rhacolepis;

Formation: Chapada do Araripe;

COUNTRY: Brazil; Lebanon;

 

 

Gallo, V.; Silva, H. M. A. da; Figueiredo, F. J. de 2005. The interrelationships of  Dercetidae (Neoteleostei, Aulopifromes). pp. 101-104. IN: Poyato-Ariza, Francisco JosŽ (editor). 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.

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Aulopiformes;  Cimolichthyoidea;  Dercetidae;  Enchodontoidea;  Enchodontoidei;  Halecoidea;  Ichthyotringoidea; Myctophiformes; Neoteleostei; Salmoniformes; Stomiformes;

Genera/Species: Apateopholis;  Benthesikyme; Cimolichthys; Cyranichthys; Dercetis; Dercetoides; Euryopholis; Hastichthys; Ichthyotringa; Perlargorhynchus; Prionolepis; Rhynchodercetis; Saurorhamphus;  Stratodus;

COUNTRY: Africa; Asia; Central America; Europe; South America: Brazil;

 

 

Gallo-Da-Silva, V.; Azevedo, S. A. 1998. Histo-morphological study of Lepidotes teeth (Neopterygii: Semionotidae) from the Lower Cretaceous of Brazil. An. Acad. Bras. Ci. Vol. 70(3): 441-452

MFNA-CE,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Semionotidae

Genera/Species: Lepidotes; Lepidotes mawsoni Woodward, 1883; Lepidotes piauhyensis Roxo and Lšfgren, 1936; Lepidotes elvensis (Blainville, 1818)' Lepidotes souzai Woodward, 1908; Lepidotes llewellyni silva Santos, 1953; Lepidotes oliveirai silva Santos, 1969;

COUNTRY: Brazil

 

 

Gallo-Da-Silva, V.; Cavalcanti, M. J.; Lopes, P. R. D. 1998. Comparative morphometrics of Semionotidae, Lepisosteidae and Amiidae (Actinopterygii: Neopterygii) by Multivariate Analysis of Truss Networks. An. Acad. Bras. Ci. Vol. 70(1): 117-124

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Semionotidae, Lepisosteidae, Amiidae

 

 

Gallo-da-Silva, V.; de Figueiredo, F. J. 1999. Pelotius hesselae, gen. et sp. nov. (Teleostei: Holocentridae) from the Cretaceous (Turonian) of Pelotas Basin, Brazil. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 19(2): 263-270

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Beryciformes; Holocentridae

Genera/Species: Pelotius hesselae Gallo-da-Silva & de Figueiredo, 1999

COUNTRY: Brazil

 

 

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. Vol. 4(7): 241-383, 43 Plates

MFNA; MFNA-J;

Geologic Age: Triassic; Jurassic;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: 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/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: Germany; France; United Kingdom, England; Australia, New south Wales;

 

 

Gardiner, B. G. 1963. Certain palaeoniscoid fishes and the evolution of the mouth in actinopterygians. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology. Vol. 8(6): 257-325

MFNA-TE, MFNA-JL, MFNA-CL,

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian/Turonian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: palaeoniscoid; Trachichthyidae;

Genera/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

 

 

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 Rank: 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 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: Canada: Alberta; British Columbia; Manitoba; Nova Scotia; Saskatchewan; USA: Montana; South Dakota;

 

 

Gardiner, B. G. 1967. Further notes on palaeoniscoid fishes with a classification of the Chondrostei. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology. Vol. 14(5): 16-206

MFNA-T, MFNA-J, MFNA-C,

Geologic Age: Triassic; Jurassic; Cretaceous

Higher Taxonomic Rank: 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/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;

COUNTRY: North America; Australia; Madagascar; Spitsbergen; Greenland; South Africa; Europe; Montana; Germany; England; Siberia;

 

 

Gardiner, B. G. 1993. Osteichthyes: basal Actinopterygii. pp. 611-619. IN: Benton, M. J. (ed.). The Fossil Record 2. London, England, United Kingdom. Chapman & Hall: 845 pp.

MFNA

Geologic Age: Mesozoic

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Osteichthyes, Actinopterygii

 

 

Gardiner, B. G.; Maisey, J. G.; Littlewood, D. T. J. 1996. Interrelationships of basal Neopterygians. Chapter 6. pp. 117-146. IN: Stiassny, M. L. J.; Parenti, L. R.; Johnson, G. D. (eds.). Interrelationships of Fishes. Academic Press. San Diego, California. 496 pp.

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Neopterygians

Genera/Species: Semionotus

 

 

Gardiner, B. G.; Schaeffer, B. 1989. Interrelationships of lower Actinopterygian fishes. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. Vol. 97: 135-187

MFNA

Geologic Age: Mesozoic

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Actinopterygian fishes

 

 

Gardiner, B. G.; Schaeffer, B.; Masserie, J. A. 2005. A review of the lower actinopterygian phylogeny. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. Vol. 144: 511-525

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acipenseriformes; Actinopteri; Cladista; Palaeonisciformes;

Genera/Species: Acentrophorus; Acipenser; Aeduella; Amblypterus; Amphicentrum; Australosomus; Birgeria; Bobasatrania; Boreosomus; Canobius; Cheirolepis; Chondrosteus; Cleithrolepis; Coccolepis; Cosmolepis; Cosmoptychius; Dapedium; Elonichthys canbalis (sic IN: Gardiner, Schaeffer, & Masserie, 2005, p. 513); Elonichthys serratus; Errolichthys; Evenkia; Gonatodus; Gyrosteus; Haplolepis; Howqualepis; Hulettia; Kansasiella; Kentuckia; Lepidotes; Luganoia; Meridensia; Mesopoma; Mimia; Moythomasia; Pachycormus; Palaeoniscum; Pholidophorus; Pholidopleurus; Palaeoniscum; Peipiaosteus; Perleidus; Peripeltopleurus; Pholidophorus; Pholidophorus germanicus; Polyodon; Polypterus; Palaeoniscum; Perleidus; Peripeltopleurus; Pholidophorus; Pholidophorus germanicus; Polyodon; Polypterus; Pseudobeaconia; Pteronisculus; Pteronisculus magna; Saurichthys; Scanilepis; Stegotrachelus; Stichopterus; Tarrasius; Watsonichthys; Woodichthys;

 

 

Gaudant, J. 1968. Recherches sur l'anatomie et la position systŽmatique du genre Lycoptera (poisson tŽlŽostŽen). MŽmoires de la SociŽtŽ GŽologique de France (Nouvelle SŽrie). Vol. 109: 1-40

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Lycopteridae;

Genera/Species: Lycoptera middendorffi MŸller; Lycoptera sinensis; Lycoptera fragilis Hussakof; Pholidophorus macrorhynchus; Prolebias davidi; Lycoptera davidi;

COUNTRY: China; Mongolia;

 

 

Gaudant, J. 1978. Observations sur quelques Amiidae (Pisces) cŽnozo•ques d'Europe occidentale. Comptes Rendus de l'AcadŽmie des Sciences. Paris. Vol. SŽrie D(287): 698-691

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Amiidae

Genera/Species: Amia fragosa (Jordan); Amia uintaensis (Leidy); Amia gurleyi Romer and Fryxell;

COUNTRY: North America

 

 

Gaudant, J. 1980. Sur Amia kehreri Andreae (Poisson Amiidae du LutŽtien de Messel, Allemagne) et sa signification palŽogŽographique. Comptes Rendus de l'AcadŽmie des Sciences. Paris. Vol. sŽrie D(290): 1107-1110

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Amiidae

Genera/Species: Amia fragosa (Jordan); Amia uintaensis (Leidy)

COUNTRY: North America

 

 

Gaudant, J. 1987. Mise au point sur certains poissons Amiidae du CŽnozo•que europŽen: le genre Cyclurus Agissiz (=Kindleia Jordan). PalŠontologische Zeitschrift. Vol. 61: 321-330

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Amiidae

Genera/Species: Amia fragosa (Jordan); Cyclurus Agassiz; Kindleia Jordan;

COUNTRY: North America

 

 

Gaudant, J. 1992. "Kindleia" fragosa Jordan and "Stylomyleodon" lacus Russell: two amiid fishes from the Late Cretaceous and the Paleocene of Alberta, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. Vol. 29: 158-173

MFNA-CL-FL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Amiidae

Genera/Species: Kindleia fragosa Jordan, 1927; Stylomyleodon lacus Russell, 1928;

Formation: Whitemud Fm.

COUNTRY: Alberta, Canada

 

 

Gaudant, J.; Maubeuge, P. L. 1971. Sur la dŽcouverte d'un nouvel Anaethalionidae (Poisson tŽlŽostŽen) dans l'Oxfordien des environs de Verdun (Meuse). Bull. Suc. gŽol. de France. Vol. 13(7)(1-2): 160-162

MFNA-JL

Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Oxfordian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Anaethalionidae

Genera/Species: Anaethalion; Anaethalion gigas Sauvage; Anaethalion vidali Sauvage; Lepidotes; Leptolepis; Leptolepis matronensis;

 

 

Gayet, M. 1984. Ichthyoceros spinosus nob. gen., nov. sp., du CŽnomanien infŽrieur de Hakel (Liban) et ses affinitŽs avec le genre Trewavasia (Pisces, Pycnodontiformes, Coccodontidae). Bull. Mus. natn. Hist. nat., Paris. Vol. 6(4¡ sŽr., Section C, No. 3): 287-307

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Coccodontidae

Genera/Species: Trewavasia White and Moy-Thomas, 1941; Trewavasia carinatus (Davis, 1887); Ichthyoceros spinosus Gayet, 1984, p. 298; Coccodus lindstroemi;

COUNTRY: Middle East; Lebanon;

 

 

Gayet, M. 1987. Consideraciones preliminares sobre la paleobiogeografia de los osteoglossomorpha. IV Congreso Latinoamericano de Paleontologia, Bolivia. Vol. 1: 379-398

MFNA-CL, MFNA-JL,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Phareodontinae; Osteoglossidae; Hiodontidae;

COUNTRY: China; Mongolia; India; Bolivia; Korea; North America; Europe; Australia; New Guinea; South America;

 

 

Gayet, M. 1991. "Holostean" and teleostean fishes of Bolivia. Revista TŽcnica de YFEB. Vol. 12: 453-494

MFNA-TL, MFNA-CE, MFNA-CL,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Triassic-Triassic Late-Rhaetian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian/Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian/Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Pycnodontidae (sensu Blot, 1987); Semionotidae; Lepisosteidae; Clupeidae; Osteoglossidae; Enchodontidae; Order Cypriniformes; Erythrinidae; Serrasalmidae; Characidae; Ariidae; Andinichthyidae; Centropomidae; Cyprinodontiformes; Eotyrigonodontidae;

Genera/Species: Coelodus toncoensis Benedetto & Sanchez, 1972; Iemanji; Lepidotes; Lepidotes mawsoni Woodward, 1888; Lepidotes patagonicus (Ameghino, 1906); Lepisosteus; Paralepidosteus; Atractosteus; Gastroclupea branisai Signeux, 1964; Brychaetus; Phareodus; Phareodusichthys tavernei Gayet, 1991, p. 463; Enchodus oliverai (Muizon et ali, 1983); ? Apateodus; Molinichthys inopinatus Gayet, 1982; Hoplias; Rhoadsia; cf. Rhineastes; Andinichthys bolivianensis Gayet, 1988; Incaichthys suarezi Gayet, 1990; Hoffstetterichthys pucai Gayet, 1990; Stephanodus minimus Gayet, 1991, p. 483;

Formation: Yacoraite Fm.; El Molino Fm.; Chaunaca Fm.; Santa Lucia Fm.;

COUNTRY: Bolivia; Germany; Uruguay; Argentina; North America; Zaire; Brazil; Colombia; England, United Kingdom; Congo; Morocco;

 

 

Gayet, M. 1993. Gonorhynchoidei du CrŽtacŽ supŽrieur marin du Liban et relations phylogŽnŽtiques des Charitosomidae nov. fam. Doc. Lab. gŽol. Lyon. Vol. 126: 1-131

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Charitosomidae

 

 

Gayet, M. 1993. Nouveau genre de Gonorhynchidae du CŽnomanien infŽrieur marin de Hakel (Liban). Implications phylogŽnŽtiques. C. R. Acad. Sci., Paris. Vol. 316(1): 257-264

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Gonorhynchidae

Formation:

 

 

Gayet, M. 1993?. Relations phylogŽnŽtiques des Gonorhynchiformes. Belg. Journal of Zoology. Vol. 123(2): 223-249

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Gonorhynchiformes

 

 

Gayet, M. 2001. On  Rhineastes (Siluriformes) from the upper Cretaceous and early late Paleocene of Central Bolivia. p. 31. IN: Tintori, Andrea (ed.). UNIMI. III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian/Maastrichtian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Siluriformes; Andinichthyidae; Ariidae; Doradoida (sic);

Genera/Species:  Rhineastes; Titanoglanis;

Formation: El Molino Fm.

COUNTRY: Bolivia

 

 

Gayet, M. 2001. A review of some problems associated with the occurrences of fossil vertebrates in South America. Journal of South American Earth Sciences. Vol. 14: 131-145

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Rhomboidae; Dasyatidae; Sclerorhynchidae; Pycnododontidae; Enchodontidae; Ichthyotringoidei; Eotriogonodontidae; Semionotidae; Aridae; Lepisosteidae; Clupeidae; Osteoglossidae; Andrichthyidae; Centropomidae; Ceratodontidae; Polypteridae; Erythrinidae; Percichthyidae; Characidae; Lepidosirenidae;

Genera/Species: Lepidotyle; Lepisosteidae; Phareodontinae; Siluriformes "Rhineaster"; Ariidae; Phareodontidae;

Formation: Santana Fm.; El Molino Fm.;

COUNTRY: Colombia; Brazil; Bolivia; North America

 

 

Gayet, M.; Babin, C. 2001. La paleodiversificaci—n: algunas dificultades para su estudio [Palaeodiversification: some problems for the study]. Revista Espa–ola de Paleontolog’a. Vol. n. extraordinarion: 117-123

MFNA-CL,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Polypteriformes; Lepisosteiformes;

Genera/Species: Dajetella; Dagetella; Dagetella sudamericana; Latinopollia; Latinopollia suarezi; Polypterus; Polypterus ornatipinnis; Calamoichthys; Bartschichthys arnoulti; Bartschichthys napatensis; Bartschichthys tubularis; Bartschichthys sp.; Inbecetemia torta; Inbecetemia tortissima; Nagaia extrema; Polypterus dageti; Polypterus sudanensis; Saharichthys africanus; Saharichthys nigeriensis; Sainthillaria becussiformis; Sainthillaria elongata; Sainthillaria falciformis; Sainthillaria intermedia; Sainthillaria grandis; Sudania sp.; Sudania gracilis; Sudania oblonga; Serenoichthys kemkemensis; Latinoplollia;

COUNTRY: SOUTH AMERICA: Bolivia; Brazil; AFRICA: NIGER; U.K.: England; NORTH AMERICA:

 

 

Gayet, M.; Belouze, A. 2002. ".comme s«il feust vif". History in Lebanon. Vol. 15: 95-100

MFNA

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian;

Genera/Species: Enchelion montium; Armigatus brevissimus; Coccodus armatus; Acrognatus boops; Eurypholis boissieri; Aipichthys minor; Cyclobatis olygodactylus;

Formation: Hgula; Sahel Alma;

COUNTRY: Lebanon; Libya;

 

 

Gayet, M.; Cappetta, H.; Jaillard, E.; LŽvy, A. 1993. La prŽsence de fossiles marins dans le CrŽtacŽ terminal des Andes centrales et ses consŽquences palŽogŽographiques. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoecol., Palaeoclimat. Vol. 102: 283-319

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late

Formation:

COUNTRY: South America

 

 

Gayet, M.; JŽgu, M.; Bocquentin, J.; Negri, F. R. 2003. New characoids from the Upper Cretaceous and Paleocene of Bolivia and the Mio-Pliocene of Brazil: phylogenetic position and paleobiogeographic implications. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 23(1): 28-46

MFNA-CL,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late Maastrichtian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Characiformes; Erythrinidae;

Genera/Species: Hoplias

Formation: Agua Clara Fm.; Hotel Cordillera Fm.; Tiupampa Fm.;

COUNTRY: Bolivia

 

 

Gayet, M.; Marshall, L. G.; Sempere, T. 1991. The Mesozoic and Paleocene vertebrates of Bolivia and their stratigraphic context: A review. IN: Suarez-Soruco, R. (ed.). Fosiles y Facies de Bolivia Vol. 1 - Vertebrados, Revista Technica de YPFB - Vol. 12 (Numero 3-4): 393-433

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acanthopterygii; Actinopterygii; Andinichthyidae; Andinichthyoidea; Ariidae; Atherinomorpha; Batiodei; Brachiopterygii; Centropomidae; Ceratodontidae; Characidae; Characiformes; Cladistia; Clupeidae; Clupeiformes; Cypriniformes; Cyprinodontiformes; Dasyatidae; Diplomystidae; Dipnoi; Dolichochampsidae; Doradidae; Enchodontidae; Eotrigonodontidae; Erythrinidae; Gasteroclupeinae; Ginglymodi; Holostei; Ichthyotringoidei; Lepidosirenidae; Lepisosteidae; Myleinae; Myliobatiformes; Neoceratodontidae; Osteichthyes; Osteichthyi; Osteoglossidae; Osteoglossiformes; Osteoglossinae; Percichthyidae; Perciformes; Percoidei; Phareodontinae; Polypteridae; Polypteriformes; Ptychoceratodontidae; Pycnodontidae; Pycnodontiformes; Rajiformes; Rhoadsiinae; Rhombodontidae; Salmoniformes; Sarcopterygii; Sclerorhynchidae; Sclerorhynchoidei; Selachii; Semionotidae; Semionotiformes; Serrasalmidae; Serrasalminae; Siluriformes; Sparidae; Teleostei; Tetragonopterinae; Tetraodontiformes;

Genera/Species: Andinichthys; Andinichthys bolivianensis Gayet, 1988b; Apateodus; Atractosteus; Ceratodus; Ceratodus iheringi; Coelodus toncoensis Benedetto & Sanchez, 1972; Dajetella sudamericana Gayet & Meunier, 1991; Dasyatis; Dasyatis branisai Cappetta, 1975; Dasyatis molinoensis Cappetta, 1975; Dasyatis schaefferi Cappetta, 1975; Dasytis (sic Gayet, Marshall, & Sempere, 1991, p. 405) molinoensis Cappetta, 1975; Diplomystus primotinus; Diplomystus kokuraensis; Dolichochampsa; Enchodus; Gasteroclupea; Gasteroclupea branisai Signeux IN: Branisa et al., 1964; Hoffstetterichthys pucai Gayet, 1990b; Hoplias; Iemanja; Incaichthys suarezi Gayet, 1990b; Ischyrhiza hartenbergeri Cappetta, 1975; Lepidosiren; Lepidosiren cf. paradoxa; Lepidotes; Lepisosteus; Lepisosteus cominatoi; Molinichthys inopinatus Gayet, 1982c; Neoceratodus; Onchopristis; Phareodusichthys tavernei; Phaereodusichthys (sic Gayet, Marshall, & Sempere, 1991, p. 405) tavernei; Ptychotrygon; Pucabatis; Pucabatis hoffstetteri Cappetta, 1975; Pucapristis; Pucapristis branisi Schaeffer, 1963; Pucapristis hoffstetteri; Ramallichthys; Rhineastes; Salminops; Schizorhiza stromeri Cappetta, 1975; Stephanodus minimus Gayet, 1991;

Formation: Adamantina Fm.; Areniscas de Azœcar Fm.; Aroifilla Fm.; Beu Fm.; Cachiyacu Fm.; Cajones Fm.; Castell—n Fm.; Chaunaca Fm.; El Molino Fm.; Entre Rios Basalt; Ichoa Fm.; Impora Fm.; Ipaguazœ Fm.; Lecho Fm.; Lomas Negras Fm.; Los Alamitos Fm.; Ma’z Gordo Fm.; Mar’lia Fm.; Mealla Fm.; Miraflores Fm.; Olmedo Fm.; Omoye Fm.; Pajonales Fm.; Piramboi‡ Fm.; Querque Fm.; Ravelo Fm.; Santa Luc’a Fm.; Sayari Fm.; Santa Lucia Fm.; Tacuaremb— Fm.; Tacurœ Group; Tapecua Fm.; Tiquina Fm.; Tonel Fm.; Torotora Fm.; Tunal Fm.; Umayo Fm.; Vilquechico Fm.; Vitiacua Fm.; Vivian Fm.; Yacoraite Fm.; Yantata Fm.;

COUNTRY: Algeria; Angola; Argentina; Australia; Belgium; Brazil; Bolivia; Chile; Congo; Egypt; Ethiopia; Germany; India; Israel; Japan; Madagascar; Morocco; Niger; Nigeria; Pakistan; Paraguay; Peru; Uruguay; U.S.A.: Texas; Zaire;

 

 

Gayet, M.; Marshall, L. G.; Sempere, T.; Meunier, F. J.; Cappetta, H.; Rage, J.-C. 2001. Middle Maastrichtian vertebrates (fishes, amphibians, dinosaurs and other reptiles, mammals) from Pajcha Pata (Bolivia). Biostratigraphic, palaeoecologic and palaeobiogeographic implications. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. Vol. 169: 39-68

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Dipnoi, Teleostei, Actinopterygii, Cladistia, Chondrostei; Polypteriformes; Siluriformes, Andinichthyidae; Osteoglossiformes, Heterotidinae; Osteoglossidae; Perciformes, Latidae sensu Otero, 1997; Lepidosirenidae; Characidae; Lepisosteidae; Percichthyidae; Rajiformes, Sclerorhynchidae; Myliobatiformes; Dasyatidae; Rhombodontidae; Polypteridae; Semionotidae; Pycnodontiformes; Pycnodontidae; Osteoglossidae; Phareodontinae; characidae; Aulopiformes, Enchodotidae; Ceratodontidae;

Genera/Species: Latinopollia suarezi; Andinichthys; Lepidosiren cf. paradoxa; Ceratodus; Santosisus; Enchodus; Pucapristis branisi; Ischyrhiza hartenbergeri; Dasyatis schaefferi; ''Dasyatis' branisai; 'Dasyatis' molinoensis; Pucabatis hoffstetteri; Latinopollia suarezi; Dagetella suamericana; Lepisosteus; Lepidotyle enigmatica; Stephanodus minimus; Coelodus toncoensis; Phaerodusichthys taverni; Serrasalminae; Tetragonopterinae;

Formation: Pjacha Pata

COUNTRY: Bolivia

 

 

Gayet, M.; Meunier, F. J. 1983. ƒcailles actuelles et fossiles d'OstŽoglossiformes (Pisces, Teleostei). Comptes Rendus de l'AcadŽmie des Sciences, Paris. Vol. 287(SŽrie II): 867-870

MFNA-C, MFNA-CL,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Osteoglossiformes; Osteoglossidae; Mormyridae;

Genera/Species: Scleropages; Brychaetus; Phareodus;

COUNTRY: Morocco; Niger; Pakistan; Bolivia; South America; North America;

 

 

Gayet, M.; Meunier, F.J. 1991. First discovery of Polypteridae (Pisces, Cladistia, Polypteriformes) outside of Africa. GŽobios. Vol. 24: 463-466

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Polypteridae

 

 

Gayet, M.; Meunier, F. J. 1991. Polypteridae (Pisces, Cladistia, Polypteriformes) from the late Cretaceous and early Paleocene of Bolivia. pp. 495-498. IN: Suarez-Soruco, R. (ed.). Fosiles y facies de Bolivia, Revista TŽcnica de YPFB. Vol. 1 Vertebrados. Vol. 12

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Polypteriformes; Polypteridae

Genera/Species: Dajetella sudamericana Gayet and Meunier, 1991

Formation: El Molino Fm.

COUNTRY: Bolivia

 

 

Gayet, M.; Meunier, F.J. 1991. Premire dŽcouverte de Gymnotiformes fossiles (Pisces, Ostariophysi) dans le Miocne supŽrieur de Bolivie. C. R. Acad. Sci. Vol. 313: 471-476

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Gymnotiformes

COUNTRY: Bolivia

 

 

Gayet, M.; Meunier, F.J. 1992. PolyptŽriformes (Pisces, Cladistia) du Maastrichtien et du PalŽocne de Bolivie. GŽobios, MŽmoire SpŽcial. Vol. 14: 159-168

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Polypteriformes

COUNTRY: Bolivia

 

 

Gayet, M.; Meunier, F.J. 1993. ConsŽquences palŽobiogŽographiques et biostratigraphiques de l'identification d'Žcailles gano•des du CrŽtacŽ supŽrieur et du Tertiaire infŽrieur d'AmŽrique du Sud. Docum. Lab. GŽol. Lyon. Vol. 125: 169-185

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late

Higher Taxonomic Rank: ganoid scales

COUNTRY: South America

 

 

Gayet, M.; Meunier, F. J. 1996. Nouveaux Polypteriformes du gisement coniacien-sŽnonien d'In Becetem (Niger). C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris. Vol. 322, sŽrie IIa: 701-707

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian-Senonian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Polypteriformes; Polypteridae

Genera/Species: Polypterus dageti Gayet and Meunier, 1996, p. 703; Bartschia n.g., Gayet and Meunier, 1996, p. 704; Bartschia arnoulti Gayet and Meunier, 1996, p. 704; Bartschia tubularis Gayet and Meunier, 1996, p. 704; Sainthilairia Gayet and Meunier, 1996, p. 704; Sainthilairia nigeriensis Gayet and Meunier, 1996, p. 704; Sainthilairia africana Gayet and Meunier, 1996, p. 704; Sainthilairia beccusiformis Gayet and Meunier, 1996, p. 705; Sainthilairia falciformis Gayet and Meunier, 1996, p. 705; Sainthilairia grandis Gayet and Meunier, 1996, p. 705; Sainthilairia torta Gayet and Meunier, 1996, p. 705; Sainthilairia tortissima Gayet and Meunier, 1996, p. 705;

Formation: In Becetem

COUNTRY: Niger

 

 

Gayet, M.; Meunier, F. J. 1996. A propos du genre Bartschia Gayet & Meunier, 1996: Rectification de nomenclature en Bartschichthys nov. gen. Cybium. Vol. 20(3): 314

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian/Santonian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Polypteridae

Genera/Species: Bartschia Gayet & Meunier, 1996; Bartschichthys nov. gen. Gayet & Meunier, 1996; Bartschichthys arnoulti; Bartschichthys tubularis;

Formation: In Becetem

COUNTRY: Niger

 

 

Gayet, M.; Meunier, F. J. 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. Porto Alegre. Edipucrs: 603 pp.

MFNA-JL, MFNA-CL,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Heterotidinae; Osteoglossidae; Characiniformes; Serrasalminae; Tetragonopterinae; Rhoadsiinae; Characidae; Latidae; Percichthyidae; Semionotidae; Ceratodontinae; Polypteridae; Lepisosteidae; pycnodontids; Cyprinidae; Andinichthyidae; Ariidae; Doradoids;

Genera/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: Bolivia; Argentina; Brazil; Congo; Africa; Europe; North America; Germany;

 

 

Gayet, M.; Meunier, F. J. 2001. Palaeontology and Palaeobiogeography of Catfishes: a review. p. 32. IN: Tintori, Andrea (ed.). UNIMI. III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.

MFNA-CE, MFNA-CL,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: catfishes

COUNTRY: South America; North America; Asia; Africa; Europe;

 

 

Gayet, M.; Meunier, F. J. 2001. Ë propos du genre Paralepidosteus (Ginglymodi, Lepisosteidae) du CrŽtacŽ Gondwanien. Cybium. Vol. 25(2: 153-159

MFNA-T, MFNA-J, MFNA-CE, MFNA-CL,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian/Santonian; Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Lepisosteiformes; Lepisosteidae;  Semionotiformes; Polypteriformes; Palaeonisciformes;  Paramblyteridae

Genera/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: AFRICA: Niger; Congo (Molimba); SOUTH AMERICA: BOLIVIA; INDIA: FRANCE:

 

 

Gayet, M.; Meunier, F. J. 2003. Chapter 17. Palaeontology and Palaeobiogeography of Catfishes. pp. 491-522. IN: Arratia, Gloria; Kapoor, B. G.; Chardon, Michel; Diogo, Rui. (eds.). Catfishes Volume 2. Enfield, New Hampshire, USA. Science Publishers, Inc. Vol. 2: 844 pages

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Siluriformes; Diplomystidae; Doradidae; Arioida; Andinichthyidae; Ariidae;

Genera/Species: Ariidarum vulpes; Ariidae; Rhineastes;

COUNTRY: NORTH AMERICA; SOUTH AMERICA: Argentina, Bolivia, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Trinidad, Brazil; AFRICA: Libya, Egypt, Nigeria, Zaire; EUROPE: Germany, France, Belgium; ASIA: Pisdura Hill & Andhra Pradesh, India;

 

 

Gayet, M.; Meunier, F.J.; Levrat-Calviac, V. 1988. Mise en Žvidence des plus anciens Polypteridae dans le gisement sŽnnonien, d'In Becetem (Niger) (First evidence of the oldest known Polypteridae from the Senonian locality of In Becetem (Niger)). C. R. Acad. Sc. Paris. Vol. 307(SŽrie 2): 205-210

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Amiidae; Lepisosteidae; Polypteridae;

Genera/Species: Lepisosteus cominatoi; Paralepidosteus; Stromerichthys;

Formation: In Becetem

COUNTRY: Niger

 

 

Gayet, M.; Meunier, F. J.; Sire, J.-Y. 1995. Approche phylogŽnŽtique des PolyptŽriformes (Pisces, Cladistia). IN: LeliŽvre, H.; Wenz, S.; Blieck, A.; Cloutier, R. (eds.). Premiers vertŽbrŽs et vertŽbrŽs infŽrieurs. Paris, France. Geobios. Vol. M.S. 19: 193-196

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Polypteriformes

 

 

Gayet, M.; Meunier, F. J.; Werner, C. 1997. Strange polypteriformes from the Upper Cretaceous of In Becetem (Niger) and Wadi Milk Formation (Sudan). GŽobios, M.S. Vol. 20: 249-255

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian/Santonian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Polypteriformes; Polypteridae

Genera/Species: Polypterus dageti; Polypterus sudanensis; Bartschichthys arnoulti; Bartschichthysnapatensis; Bartschichthys tubularis; Saharichthys nigeriensis; Saharichthys africana; Sudania oblonga; Sudania gracilis; Sainthilairia falciformis; Sainthilairia intermedia; Sainthilairia grandis; Sainthilairia elongata; Sainthilairia beccussiformis; Inbecetemia torta; Inbecetemia tortissima; Nagaia extrema;

Formation: Wadi Milk Fm.; In Becetem

COUNTRY: Sudan; Niger;

 

 

Gayet, M.; Meunier, F. J.; Werner, C. 2002. Diversification in polypteriformes and special comparison with the lepisosteiformes. Palaeontology. Vol. 45(2): 361-376

MFNA-T, MFNA-J, MFNA-CL,

Geologic 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 Taxonomic Rank: Polypteriformes; Palaeonisciformes; Perliidae; Lepisosteiformes; Pycnodontiformes; Halecostomi; semionotids; Bigeriidae; Coccolepididae; Asarotidae;

Genera/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: North America; Cuba; Central America; Africa; Sudan; Morocco; Bolivia; Brazil; Zaire; Montana, USA; Sahara; Niger; Zaire; Madagascar; New World; India; France;

 

 

Gayet, M.; Piveteau, J. 1982. PalŽontologie. - Nouvelle extension gŽographique et stratigraphique du genre Lepidotes. Note. C. R. Acad. Sc. Paris. Vol. 294(SŽrie 2): 1387-1390

MFNA-T; MFNA-J; MFNA-C;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late-Rhaetian; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Characidae; Gindglymodi (sic Gayet & Piveteau, 1982, p. 1389); Holostean; Lepidotidae Owen; Teleostei;

Genera/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: Argentina; Austria; Bolivia; Brazil; Congo; Egypt; France; Germany; Italy; Luxembourg; Madagascar; Siberia; Spain; Switzerland; Tanganyika; U.K.: England; U.S.A.: Kansas; Nebraska;

 

 

Gayet, M.; Rage, J.-C.; Sempere, T.; Gagnier, P.-Y. 1992. ModalitŽs des Žchanges de VertŽbrŽs continentaux entre l'AmŽrique du Nord et l'AmŽrique du Sud au CrŽtacŽ supŽrieur et au PalŽocne [Mode of interchanges of continental vertebrates between North and South america during the Late Cretaceous and Paleocene]. Bull. Soc. gŽol Fr., Paris. Vol. 163(6): 781-790

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Ginglymodi; Lepisosteidae;

Genera/Species: Atractosteus; Lepisosteus; Lepisosteus cominatoi; Paralepidosteus (Arambourg & Joleaud, 1943);

COUNTRY: Africa; Argentina; Bolivia; Brazil; Cuba; Europe; North America; Portugal;

 

 

Gayet, M.; Sempere, T.; Cappetta, H. 1992. A propos de l'environnement marin restreint du bassin centro-Andin au Maastrichtien. C. r. Acad. Sci., Paris. Vol. 496(2): 223-228

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian

 

 

Gerhard, U.; Mšrs, T. 1991. Ergebnisse einer feinstratigraphischen Profilaufnahme in den Plattenkalken von Schernfeld (Unteres Untertithon, SŸdliche Frankenalb). Archaeopteryx. Vol. 9: 21-34

MFNA

 

 

Ghossein, Samir K. 2000. The Geology of Lebanon with a review of the fish fauna. First Edition. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The Ghossein Museum. 185 pp.

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: fish fauna (numerous errors throughout book)

Formation: Sahel Alma Fm.

COUNTRY: Lebanon

 

 

Gibert, J.M.; Buatois, L. A.; Fregenal-Mart’nez, M. A.; Mangano, M. G.; Ortega, F.; Poyato-Ariza, F. J.; Wenz, S. 1999. The fish trace fossil Undichna from the Cretaceous of Spain. Palaeontology. Vol. 42(3): 409-427

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous

Genera/Species: Undichna

COUNTRY: spain

 

 

Gidley, John Williams 1913. Some new American pycnodont fishes. Proceedings of the United States National Museum. Vol. 46(2036): 445-449. 6 figs.

MFNA-CE-WI

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: pycnodont fishes

Genera/Species: Microdon texanus Gidley, 1913, p. 445, Fig. 1,1a, Fig. 2, 2a; CÏlodus fabadens Gidley, 1913, p. 446, Fig. 3,3a; CÏlodus decaturensis Gidley, 1913, p. 447, Fig. 4,4a; CÏlodus stantoni Williston; CÏlodus browni Cope, 1895, p. 447, pl. 20, fig. 10; AnomÏodus latidens Gidley, 1913, p. 445, Fig. 5; Pyncodus faba Leidy, 1872; Pyncodus phasceolus Hay, 1899, p. 788; AnomÏodus phasceolus (Hay, 1899, p. 788); AnomÏodus robustus (Leidy); AnomÏodus mississippiensis Gidley, 1913, p. 449, Fig. 6; Microdon dumbelli Cope, 1892; Mesodon dumbelli (Cope, 1892); Typodus Hay, 1902, p. 372;

COUNTRY: Texas; Mississippi; Kansas;

 

 

Glickman, L. S.; Averianov, A. O. 1998. Evolution of the Cretaceous Lamnoid sharks of the genus Eostriatolamia. Paleontological Journal. Vol. 32(4): 376-384

MFNA-CE; MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Alopiidae; Lamniformes; Odontaspididae Muller & Henle, 1834;

Genera/Species: Carcharias Rafinesque, 1810; Cretodus Sokolov, 1965; Eostriatolamia GlŸckman, 1979; Eostriatolamia aktobensis Zhelezko, 1988; Eostriatolamia amonensis; Eostriatolamia gracilis; Eostriatolamia holmdelensis; Eostriatolamia lerichei; Eostriatolamia samhammeri; Eostriatolamia sanguinei; Eostriatolamia segedini GlŸckman & Zhelezko, 1979; Eostriatolamia striatula; Eostriatolamia subulata; Eostriatolamia venusta; Lamna; Lamna gracilis Agassiz, 1843; Lamna subulata Agassiz, 1843; Lamna venusta Leriche, 1906; Odontaspis; Odontaspis amonensis Capetta & Case, 1975; Odontaspis hardingi Capetta & Case, 1975; Odontaspis holmdelensis Capetta & Case, 1975; Odontaspis samhammeri Capetta & Case, 1975; Odontaspis sanguinei Case, 1978; Odontaspis striatula Dalinkevicius, 1935; Odontaspis (Synodontaspis) striatulus Dalinkevicius, 1935; Oxyrhina angustidens Reuss, 1845; Paranomotodon Heman IN: Cappetta & Case, 1975; Scapanorhynchus; Scapanorhynchus subulatus; Synodontaspis White, 1931; Synodontaspis striatula (Dalinkevicius, 1935);

Formation: Jiesia Fm.; Koldenen-Temir Fm.; Zharyk Fm.;

COUNTRY: France; Kazakhstan; Lithuania; Russia; Ukraine; USA: Montana; New Jersey; Texas;

 

 

Goddard, Malcolm 1907. Fish remains from the marine Lower Triassic of Aspen ridge, Idaho. Univ. California Publ. Bull. Geol. Vol. 5: 145-148 5 figs.

MFNA-TE

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Early;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: fishes

COUNTRY: Idaho;

 

 

Gonzalez-Barba, G.; Couti–o-Jose, M. A.; Ovalles-Damina, E.; Vegavera, F. J. 2001. New Maastrichthian Elasmobranch faunas from Baja California Peninsula, Nuevo Le—n and Chiapas States, Mexico. p. 33. IN: Tintori, Andrea (ed.). UNIMI. III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Elasmobranch; sharks; batoids; Sclerorhynchidae;

Genera/Species: Ptychodus cf. Ptychodus whiplei; Ptychodus mortoni; Lamna; Ischyrhiza mira; Schizorhiza stromeri; Serratolamna serrata; Scapanorhynchus texanus; Pseudocorax; Ptychodus decurrens; Squalicorax falcatus; Carcharias; Squalicorax sp. aff. Squalicorax pristodontus; Rhombodus sp.; Cretolamna appendiculata; Squalicorax kaupi; Cretoxyrhina mantelli;

Formation: Agua Nueva Fm.; Peyotes locality; Rancho Nuevo Fm.; Cerro del Pueblo Fm.;

COUNTRY: Mexico

 

 

Gonz‡lez-Barba, G.; Espinosa-Chavez, B. 2005. Cenomanian-Turonian fish fauna from the Boquillas Formation at Jaboncillos, North-west Coahuila, Mexico. pp. 105-108. IN: Poyato-Ariza, Francisco JosŽ (editor). 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.

MFNA-CL; MFNA-CL-KC;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Pycnodontiformes;

Genera/Species: Anomotodon; Carcharias; Cretolamna appendiculata; Cretoxyrhina mantelli; Enchodus; Hemiscyllium; Ischirhiza avonicola; Ptychodus anonymus; Ptychodus decurrens decurrens sensu Herman, 1987; Ptychodus mammillaris anonymus sensu Herman, 1987; Ptychodus marginalis sensu Herman, 1987; Ptychodus mortoni; Ptychodus polygyrus; Ptychodus whipplei; Ptychodus whippley; Rhinobatus incertus; Scapanorhynchus raphiodon; Squalicorax falcatus; Stephanodus;

Formation: Gua Nueva Fm.; Boquillas Fm.; Eagle Ford Fm.;

COUNTRY: Australia; Belgium; Canada: Alberta; Colombia; Congo; Czech Republic; Egypt; France; Germany; Italy; Japan; Lithuania; Madagascar; Mexico; Russia; Spain; UK: England; USA: Arizona; Iowa; Kansas; Nebraska; New Mexico; South Dakota; Texas; Utah;

 

 

Gonz‡lez-Rodr’guez, K.; Applegate, S. P.; Espinosa-Arrubarrena, L. 2004. A New World macrosemiid (Pisces: Neopterygii-Halecostomi) from the Albian of MŽxico. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 24(2: 281-289

MFNA-CE;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Halecostomi; macrosemiid; Neopterygii;

COUNTRY: MŽxico

 

 

Gonz‡lez-Rodr’guez, K.; Reynoso, V.-H. 2004. A new Notagogus (Macrosemiidae, Halecostomi) species from the Albian Tlayœa Quarry, Central Mexico. pp. 265-278. 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-J; MFNA-CE;

Geologic 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 Taxonomic Rank: Halecostomi (sensu Patterson, 1973); Macrosemiidae Thiollire, 1858; Neopterygii (sensu Patterson, 1973)

Genera/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: Europe: Belgium; France; Germany; Italy; Spain; Mexico;

 

 

Gonzalez-Rodriguez, K. A.; Applegate, S. P. 2001. The presence of the Macrosemiidae (Halecostomi) in the Tlayua Quarries, Central Mexico. p. 34. IN: Tintori, Andrea (ed.). UNIMI. III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.

MFNA-CE

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Macrosemidae; Pycnodontidae; Ichthyodectidae;

Genera/Species: Notagogus; Notagogus pentlandi; Notagogus helenae; Macrosemius;

Formation: Tlayua;

COUNTRY: Mexico

 

 

Gonz‡lez-Rodr’guez, K. A.; Fielitz, C. 2005. A new species of berycoid from the Late Cretaceous of Muhi Quarry, Hidalgo, Central Mexico. pp. 109-111. IN: Poyato-Ariza, Francisco JosŽ (editor). 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.

MFNA-CE; MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: berycoid; dercetids; elopids; enchodontids; Holocentridae; Ichtyodectids; Ichthyotryngids; ostariophysans; pachyrhizontids; Trachichthyidae;

Genera/Species: Ptychodus; Squalicorax;

Formation: El Doctor Fm.; Tlayœa Beds;

COUNTRY: Mexico: Hidalgo State;

 

 

Goodwin, M. B.; Clemens, W. A.; Hutchinson, J. H.; Wood, C. B.; Zavada, M. S.; Kemp, A.; Duffin, C. J.; Schaff, C. R. 1999. Mesozoic continental vertebrates with associated palynostratigraphic dates from the northwestern Ethiopian plateau. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 19(4): 728-741

MFNA-T; MFNA-J; MFNA-C;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: 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/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: Australia; Ethiopia; U.K.: England;

 

 

Goody, P.C. 1970. The Cretaceous Teleostean Fish Cimolichthys From the Niobrara Formation of Kansas and the Pierre Shale of Wyoming. American Museum Novitates. No. 1434: 1-29

MFNA-CL-KC;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian/Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Cimolichthyidae Goody, 1969;

Genera/Species: Cimolichthys nepaholica (Cope, 1872, p. 347); Cimolichthys nepaholica; Cimolichthys sulcatus; Cimolichthys semianceps; Cimolichthys contracta; Cimolichthys merrillii; Cimolichthys levesiensis (Leidy, 1857, p. 95);

Formation: Pierre Shale; Niobrara; Lisbon Shales;

COUNTRY: Kansas, Wyoming

 

 

Goody, P.C. 1976. Enchodus (Teleostei: Enchodontidae) from the Upper Cretaceous Pierre Shale of Wyoming and South Dakota with an evaluation of the North American enchodontid species. Palaeontographica Abt. A. Vol. 153: 91-112

MFNA-CL-KC;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniancion/Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Senonian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Enchodontidae

Genera/Species: Enchodus petrosus Cope, 1874, p. 44, Enchodus gladiolus (Cope, 1872, p. 353), Enchodus shumardi Leidy, 1856, p. 257, Enchodus dirus (Leidy, 1857, p. 167), Enchodus ferox Leidy, 1855, p. 397, Enchodus spp.

Formation: Pierre Shale; Niobrara Fm.; Eagle Ford Shale; Austin Chalk; Navesink;

COUNTRY: Wyoming; South Dakota; Kansas; Maryland; Manitoba; Montana; Texas; Tennessee; New Jersey; Arkansas; Delaware; New Mexico; North Dakota;

 

 

Gorman, M. A., II,; Miller, I. M.; Pardo, J.; Small, B. 2007. Fish, turtles, plants, and insects within the Morrison Formation: a walk through a Late Jurassic Ecosystem. 2007 GSA Denver Annual Meeting (28–31 October 2007). Denver, Colorado. The Geological Society of America

MFNA-J;

Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Actinopterygii; Amiidae; Amiiformes; Ceratodontidae; Coccolepidae; Dipnoi; Halecomorpha; Neopterygia; Osteichthyes; Parasemionotiform; Pholidophoriformes; Sarcopterygii; Semionotidae; Semionotiformes; Teleostei;

Genera/Species: Ceratodus; Ceratodus guentheri Marsh, 1878; Morrolepis schafferi;

Formation: Morrison Fm.;

COUNTRY: USA: Colorado;

 

 

Gosline, W. A. 1965. Teleostean Phylogeny. Copeia. Vol. 1965(2): 186-194

MFNA-J

Geologic Age: Jurassic

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Pholidophoroidea; Halecostomi; Leptolepidae;

Genera/Species: Leptolepis; Semionotus; Lepidotes; Tetragonolepis; Acentrophorus; Dapedium;

 

 

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. Vol. 27(1): 1-27

MFNA-J, MFNA-C,

Geologic Age: Jurassic; Cretaceous

Genera/Species: Leptolepis coryphaenoides; Erichaleis; Notelops;

 

 

Goto, M. 1975. New find of the Permian and Triassic fish fossil in Japan. - On the dermal denticles and teeth of fishes discovered from Karasawa area southeast Asia Mountains. Earth Sciences (Chikyu Kagaska). Vol. 29(2): 72-74

MFNA-T;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Chondrichthyes;

Formation: Adoyama Fm.;

COUNTRY: Japan;

 

 

Goto, M. 1993. Origin and evolution of the hard tissues of fish scales and teeth. Marine Sciences Monthly. Vol. 25(10): 628-637

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Chondrichthyes

 

 

Goto, M. 1993. Origin and evolution of skeletal tissues in vertebrates. IN: Kobayashi, I. (ed.). Structure, Formation and Evolution of Fossil Hard Tissues. Tokyo. Tokai Univ. Press: 101-106

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Chondrichthyes

 

 

Goto, M. 1994. Origin and evolution of bone. NHK Science Special: Life. Vol. 2: 58-59

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Chondrichthyes

 

 

Goto, M. 1994. Another Jurassic Park--the world in the Solnhofen Limestone, South Germany. Newton. Vol. 14(9): 110-117

MFNA-JL

Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Late

Formation: , Solnhofen Limestone

COUNTRY: South Germany

 

 

Goto, M. 1994. On the Palaeozoic and Mesozoic fish remains from the Japanese Islands. Monogr. Assoc. Geol. Collabor. Japan. Vol. 43: 1-16

MFNA

COUNTRY: Japan

 

 

Goto, M. 1994. Palaeozoic and early Mesozoic fish faunas of the Japanese Islands. The Island Arc. Vol. 3: 247-254

MFNA-T; MFNA-J;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acrodontidae; Hybodontidae; Leptolepiformes; Osteichthyes; Polyacrodontidae;

Genera/Species: Acrodus; Asteracanthus; Asteracanthus somaensis (Yabe, 1902); Hybodus; Polyacrodus minimus (Agassiz, 1839); Strophodus;

Formation: Nakanosawa Fm.; Nakijin Fm.; Niranohama Fm.; Rifu Fm.;

COUNTRY: Japan;

 

 

Goto, M. 1996. On the Palaeozoic and Mesozoic fish remains from Japan. Kaiyo Monthly. Vol. 28(6): 330-337

MFNA

COUNTRY: Japan

 

 

Goto, M. 1997. A palaeontological travel to Germany. 2. Solnhofen Plattenkalk and the Mesozoic Fish Symposium. Education of Earth Science and Scientific Movement (Chigaku Kyoiku to Kagtaku Undou). Vol. 28: 87-96

MFNA

Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Late

Formation: , Solnhofen

COUNTRY: Germany

 

 

Goto, M. 2001. Fossil teeth of chlamydoselachids from Japan and the phylogeny of Chlamydoselachiformes. p. 35. IN: Tintori, Andrea (ed.). UNIMI. III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.

MFNA

Geologic Age: Mesozoic

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Hybodontiformes; Hexanchiformes; Pristiophoriformes; Lamniformes; Rajiformes

Genera/Species: Chlamydoselachus; Chalamydoselachus (sic);

Formation: Azenotani Fm.; Kashima Fm.; Idozawa Fm.;

COUNTRY: Japan

 

 

Goto, M. 2001. Fossil teeth of chlamydoselachids from Japan and the phylogeny of Chlamydoselachiformes. p. 35. Abstract. IN: Tintori, Andrea (ed.). III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Serpiano-Monte San Giorgio. August 26-31, 2001.

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Chlamydoselachiformes; Hybodontiformes; Hexanchiformes; Pristiophoriformes; Lamniformes; Rajiformes;

Genera/Species: Chalmydoselachus;

Formation: Azenotani Fm.

COUNTRY: Japan

 

 

Goto, M. 2002. Tooth remains of chlamydoselachids from Japan and the evolution of chlamydoselachian sharks. p. 15. IN:. Abstracts of the 151th Regular meeting of the Palaeontological Society of Japan. Vol. 15(1).

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: chlamydoselachids

Genera/Species: Chlamydoselachus anguineus Garman; Phoebodus; Symmorium; Chlamydoselachus bracheri Pfeil;

COUNTRY: Japan

 

 

Goto, M. 2002. Report of the 3rd International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes. Journal of Fossil Research. Vol. 35(2): 34-39

MFNA

Geologic Age: Mesozoic

Higher Taxonomic Rank: fishes

 

 

Goto, M. 2002. "Triassic Park" - Animals before dinosaurs. Newton Graphic Science Magazine. Vol. 22(15): 100-107

MFNA-T

Geologic Age: Triassic

Genera/Species: Saurichthys; Semionotus; Eoeugnathus megalepis; Colobodus bassanii;

COUNTRY: Italy

 

 

Goto, M.; Date, Y.; Kano, M. 1999. On two teeth of Chlamydoselachus sp. from the Upper Cretaceous in Yubari City, Hokkaido and Kaiduka city, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. abstracts of the 1999 Annual Meeting of the Palaeontological Society of Japan. Vol. 275: 20

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;

Genera/Species: Chlamydoselachus;

COUNTRY: Japan

 

 

Goto, M.; Date, Y.; Tanimoto, M. 1996. On a tooth of Chlamydoselachus sp. from the Izumi Group (Upper Cretaceous) in Sobura, Kaizuka city, Osaka Prefecture, southwest Japan. Abstracts of the 1997 Annual Meeting of the Palaeontological Society of Japan: 25

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;

Genera/Species: Chlamydoselachus; Chlamydoselachus thomsoni; Phoebodus;

COUNTRY: Japan

 

 

Goto, M.; Hitomi, T. 1998. On a tooth of Chlamydoselachus sp. from the Himenoura Group (Upper Cretaceous) in Amakusa-kamishima, Kyusha Islands, south west Japan. IN: 1998 Annual Meeting of the Palaeontological Society of Japan. Palaeontological Society of Japan: 24

MFNA

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late

Genera/Species: Chlamydoselachus sp.

Formation: , Himenoura Group

COUNTRY: Japan

 

 

Goto, M.; Hitomi, T.; Yamasawa, T. 2000. On two teeth of Chlamydoselachus sp. from the Himenoura Group (Upper Cretaceous) in Kumamoto Prefecture and from the Tomioka Group (Miocene, Tertiary) in Gunma Prefecture, Japan Abstract No. 53. IN: Abstracts of the 2000 Annual Meeting of the Palaeontological Society of Japan. January 28-30, 2000. Waseda, Japan. The Palaeontological Society of Japan: 75

MFNA

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Chondrichthyes

Genera/Species: Chlamydoselachus sp.

Formation: , Himenoura Group

COUNTRY: Japan

 

 

Goto, M.; Kimura, M. 1998. A summary of elasmobranch remains from Hokkaido, Japan. Journal of Fossil Research. Vol. 31(1): 1-6

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniasian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Genera/Species: Centrophoroides latidens; Cretolamna appendiculata; Hexanchus microdon; Hybodus; Notidanodon dentatus; Notidanodon lanceolatus; Notidanodon pectinatus; Notorhynchus; Notorhynchus dentatus; Odontaspis; Odontaspis complanata; Ptychodus latissimus; Ptychodus mammillaris; Scapanorhynchus; Scapanorhynchus raphiodon; Sclerorhynchus; Sphenodus; Sphenodus longidens; Squalicorax;

COUNTRY: Japan;

 

 

Goto, M.; Kimura, M. 2002. Elasmobranch remains from Hokkaido, north. Abstracts of the 56th Annual Meeting (August 1-6, 2002) of the Association for Geological Collaboration in Japan. Vol. 56(2-7): 171-174

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniasian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Genera/Species: Centrophoroides latidens; Chlamydoselachus; Cretolamna appendiculata; Hexanchus microdon; Hybodus; Notidanodon dentatus; Notidanodon lanceolatus; Notidanodon pectinatus; Notorhynchus; Notorhynchus dentatus; Odontaspis; Odontaspis complanata; Ptychodus latissimus; Ptychodus mammillaris; Scapanorhynchus; Scapanorhynchus raphiodon; Sclerorhynchus; Sphenodus; Sphenodus longidens; Squalicorax;

 

 

Goto, M.; Kuga, N. 1982. A review on the fossil chondrichthyes of Mesozoic and Paleozoic of Japan. Fossil Club Bulletin. Vol. 14: 47-53

MFNA-T; MFNA-J; MFNA-CE; MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Alopiidae; Chondrichthyes; Cretoxyrhinidae; Elasmobranchii; Galeomorphii; Heptranchidae; Heterodontiformes; Hexanchidae; Hexanchiformes; Hybodontidae; Hybodontomorphii; Lamnidae; Lamniformes; Mitsukurindae; Odontaspididae Muller & Henle, 1834; Orthacodontidae; Pristiophoridae; Pristiophoriformes; Ptychodontidae; Squalomorphii;

Genera/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;

COUNTRY: Japan

 

 

Goto, M.; Kuga, N.; Hachiya, K. 1991. On the hybodont elasmobranch teeth of three genera from the Mesozoic of Japan. Geological Society of Japan, Journal. Vol. 97(9): 743-750

MFNA-T; MFNA-J;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acrodontidae Casier, 1959; Chondrichthyes; Ctenacanthiformes; Elasmobranchii; Euselachii; Hybodontidae Owen, 1846; Hybodontoidea;

Genera/Species: Acrodus; Asteracanthus Agassiz, 1837; Hybodus Agassiz, 1837;

Formation: Niranohama Fm.;

COUNTRY: Japan;

 

 

Goto, M.; Research, and The Japanese Club for Fossil shark Tooth 2004. Tooth remains of chlamydoselachian sharks from Japan and their phylogeny and paleoecology. Earth Science (Chikyu Kagnaku). Vol. 58: 361-374

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Genera/Species: Chlamydoselachus; Chlamydoselachus goliath; Chlamydoselachus gracilis; Chlamydoselachus thomsoni;

Formation: Azenotani Fm.; Hinoshima Fm.;

COUNTRY: Angola; Antarctica; Japan;

 

 

Goto, M.; Research, The Japanese Club for Fossil shark Tooth 2004. Tooth remains of chlamydoselachian sharks from Japan their phylogeny and paleoecology. Earth Science (Chikyu Kagaku). Vol. 58: 361-374

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Chlamydoselachidae Garman, 1884; Chlamydoselachiiformes Fowler, 1947; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838;

Genera/Species: Chlamydoselachus Garman, 1884; Chlamydoselachus anguineus; Chlamydoselachus goliath; Chlamydoselachus gracilis; Chlamydoselachus thomsoni;

Formation: Azenotani Fm.; Haratajino Fm.; Hinoshima Fm.; Kashima Fm.;

COUNTRY: Antarctica: James Ross Island; Japan;

 

 

Goto, M.; Uyeno, T.; Tabumoto, Y. 1994 (in press). Mesozoic elasmobranch remains from Japan. IN: Arratia, G.; Viohl, G. (eds.). EichstŠtt, Germany.

MFNA

COUNTRY: Japan

 

 

Goto, M.; Uyeno, T.; Yabumoto, Y. 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. MŸnchen, Germany. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil. 576 pp.

MFNA-T; MFNA-J; MFNA-CE; MFNA-CL;

Geologic 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 Taxonomic Rank: 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/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: Adoyama Fm.; Akedo Fm.; Azenotani Fm.; Hinoshima Fm.; Hiraiga Fm.; Kajisako Fm.; Mitari Fm.; Niranohama Fm.; Numamachi Fm.; Taho Fm.; Tamayama Fm.;

COUNTRY: Japan; Russia: Saghalin;

 

 

Goto, M.; Yamagishi, H. 2003. A travel to Europe for searching the origin of dental palaeontology. Part 3.- Triassic vertebrate fossil remains from the Monte San Georgio and the cave bear skeleton from the Monte Generoso. Geoscience magazine. Vol. 52:21-30

MFNA-T;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Semionotidae;

Genera/Species: Semionotus balsami;

Formation: Monte San Georgio Fm.;

COUNTRY: Italy

 

 

Gottfried, M. D. 2001. Biogeographic implications of Late Cretaceous Fishes from Madagascar. p. 36. IN: Tintori, Andrea (eds.). III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. UNIMI. 78 pp.

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: bony fishes; gars; pycnodonts; albuloids; siluriforms; acanthomorph; teleosts;

Formation: Maevarano Fm.

COUNTRY: Madagascar; Southern Hemisphere land masses; Gondwana

 

 

Gottfried, M. D. 2001. Cosmopolitanis in Cretaceous Gondwana elasmobranchs. 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. Vol. 21(Supplement to Number 3.): 56A

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous

Higher Taxonomic Rank: neoselachian; parapalaeobatid; myliobatoid; sclerorhynchoid; odontaspids; anacoracids; cretoxyrhinids;

COUNTRY: Gondwanan

 

 

Gottfried, M. D.; Krause, D. W. 1994. Late Cretaceous fishes from Madagascar: A first look. IN: Annual Meeting. Seattle. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 14

MFNA;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;

COUNTRY: Madagascar;

 

 

Gottfried, M. D.; Krause, D. W. 1998. First record of gars (Lepisosteidae, Actinopterygii) on Madagascar: Late Cretaceous remains from the Mahajanga Basin. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 18(2): 275-279

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Lepisosteidae; Phyllodontid albulids;

Genera/Species: Lepisosteus

Formation: Maevarano Fm.

COUNTRY: Madagascar; North America; South America; Africa; Europe; India;

 

 

Gottfried, M. D.; Rabarison, J. A. 1997. First Mesozoic Gondwanan record of a sawshark (Chondrichthyes, Pristiophoriformes), from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 17(4): 750-751

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Chondrichthyes; Elasmobranchii; Neoselachii; Pristitphoriformes; Pristiophoridae; Squalea;

Genera/Species: Ganopristis; Pristiophorus MŸller & Henle, 1837; Pristiophorus tumidens (Woodward, 1932); Propristiophorus tumidens Woodward, 1932;

Formation: Berivotra Fm.;

COUNTRY: Japna; Lebanon; Madagascar

 

 

Gottfried, M. D.; Randriamiarimanana, L. L.; Rabarsion, J. A.; Krause, D. W. 1998. Late Cretaceous fish from Madagascar: implications for Gondwanan biogeography. Journal of African Earth Sciences. Vol. 27(1A): 91-92

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;

Genera/Species: Coelodus; Myledaphus; Pristiophorus; Squalicorax;

Formation: Ankazomihaboka Fm.; Berivotra Fm.; Maevarano Fm.; Marovoay Fm.;

COUNTRY: Madagascar

 

 

Gottfried, M. D.; Rogers, R. R.; Curry Rogers, K. 2004. First record of Late Cretaceous coelacanths from Madagascar. pp. 687-691. IN: Arratia, Gloria; Wilson, Mark V. H.; Cloutier, Richard (eds.). Recent advances in the origin and early radiation of vertebrates. Honoring Hans-Peter Schultze. MŸnchen, Deutschland. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil: 703 pp.

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian/Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian/Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Actinistia; Coelacanthiformes; Latimeroidei; Mawsoniidae; Osteichthyes; Sarcopterygii;

Genera/Species: Axelrodichthys Maisey, 1986; Mawsonia; Megalocoelacanthus;

Formation: Ankazomihaboka Sandstones

COUNTRY: Madagascar; Eastern U.S.A.;

 

 

Gozzi, E. 2001. Swimming biomechanic of the Norian (Late Triassic) Saurichthys (Actinopterygii): cruisers or improved fast-starters? p. 37. IN: Tintori, Andrea (ed.). UNIMI. III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.

MFNA-TL

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late-Norian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Saurichthys

Genera/Species: Saurichthys; Saurichthys madagascarensis (Piveteau, 1952); Saurichthys striolatus (Bronn, 1858);

 

 

Gozzi, E.; Tintori, A. 2005. Revision of the taxonomic status of Norian-Rhaetic material of Birgeria, with remarks of its cranial functional morphology. pp. 113-117. IN: Poyato-Ariza, Francisco JosŽ (editor). 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.

MFNA-T;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late-Norian; Triassic-Triassic Late-Rhaetian;

Genera/Species: Birgeria; Birgeria acuminata (Agassiz, 1835); Birgeria acuminata (Gozzi, 2004); Saurichthys; Saurichthys acuminatus Agassiz, 1835; "Saurichthys" longidens; Severnichthys acuminata;

Formation: Rhaetic Bone Beds; Westbury Fm.;

COUNTRY: Italy; U.K.: England;

 

 

Grande, L. 1985. Recent and fossil clupeomorph fishes with materials for revision of the subgroups of clupeoids. American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin. Vol. 181: 232-372

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous

 

 

Grande, L. 1985. The use of paleontology in systematics and biogeography, and a time control refinement for historical biogeography. Paleobiology. Vol. 11(2): 234-243

historical biogeography

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous

 

 

Grande, L. 1986. The first articulated freshwater teleost fish from the Cretaceous of North America. Palaeontology. Vol. 29(2): 365-371

MFNA-CE, MFNA-CL,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Osteoglossomorpha

Genera/Species: Chanderlichthys strickeri Grande, 1986 p. 368;

Formation: Chandler Formation

COUNTRY: North America; USA; Alaska

 

 

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.

MFNA-JL, MFNA-C,

Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Amiidae;  Caturidae;  Eugnathidae;  Sinamiidae;

Genera/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: Solnhofen; Santana Fm.;

COUNTRY: North America; Germany; England, U.K.; Brazil; Spain; Israel; China;

 

 

Grande, L. 1997. Discovering fossil fishes, by John G. Maisey. Copeia. Vol. 1997(3): 639-640

MFNA

 

 

Grande, L. 1999. The first Esox (Esocidae: Teleostei) from the Eocene Green River Formation, and a brief review of esocid fishes. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 19(2): 271-292

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Esocidae

Genera/Species: Esox

 

 

Grande, L. 2000. Fossils, Phylogeny, and Patterson's Rule pp. 24-30. IN: Forey, P. L., Gardiner, B. G., and Humphries, C. (eds.). Colin Patterson (1933-1998), a celebration of his life. London, England, U.K. The Linnean society of London. Vol. Special issue no. 2

MFNA-T, MFNA-J, MFNA-C,

Geologic Age: Triassic, Jurassic, Cretaceous

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Haleocomorpha, Pachycormiformes; Aspidorhynchiformes; Pleuropholidae; Ichthyokentema; Pholidophorus higginsi; Pholidophorus bechei; Pholidophorus dorsetensis; Proleptolepis; Leptolepis coryphaenoides; Ichthyodectiformes; Tharsis; Osteoglossomorpha; Elopomorpha; Leptolepides; Clupeomorpha; Euteleostei;

Genera/Species: Pholidophorus higginsi; Pholidophorus bechei; Pholidophorus dorsetensis; Proleptolepis; Leptolepis coryphaenoides; Tharsis; Leptolepides

 

 

Grande, L. 2001. Categorizing types of morphological variation in comparative morphology, and the importance of this to vertebrate paleontology. p. 39. IN: Tintori, Andrea (ed.). UNIMI. III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.

MFNA

 

 

Grande, L. 2004. Categorizing various classes of morphological variation, and the importance of this to vertebrate paleontology. pp. 123-136 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-J

Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Amiiformes;  Sinamiidae;

Genera/Species:  Ikechaoamia meridionalis;  Urocles;

Formation: Solnhofen Fm.;

COUNTRY: Germany; China

 

 

Grande, L. 2005. Phylogenetic study of gars and closely related species, based mostly on skeletal morphology. The resurrection of Holostei. pp. 119-121. IN: Poyato-Ariza, Francisco JosŽ (editor). 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.

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Ginglymodi; Halecomorphi; Halecostomi; Holostei; Lepisosteidae; Lepisosteiformes;  Macrosemiidae;  Semionotiformes;

Genera/Species: Lepisoteus; Attractosteus;  Masillosteus;  Oniichthys;

Formation: Santa Ana Fm.

COUNTRY: Brazil

 

 

Grande, L.; Bemis, W.E. 1991. Osteology and phylogenetic relationships of fossil and Recent paddlefishes (Polyodontidae) with comments on the interrelationships of Acipenseriformes. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology Memoir 1. Vol. 11(1S): 1-121

MFNA-CL-FL, MFNA-JE,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Early;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Polyodontidae; Chondrosteidae;

Genera/Species:  Polyodon disjectus;  Paleopsephurus wilsoni MacAlpin, 1941;  Chrondrosteus acipenseroides Egerton, 1858;

Formation: Hell Creek Fm.;

COUNTRY: Montana, USA; England, UK;

 

 

Grande, L.; Bemis, W. E. 1996. Major patterns of evolution and development in bowfins, part 1. P. 157. IN: American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists 76th Annual Meeting June 13-19, 1996. Hotel Inter-Continental, New Orleans, Louisiana. Department of biological Sciences, University of New Orleans:

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Amiidae

 

 

Grande, L.; Bemis, W. E. 1996. Major patterns of evolution and development in bowfins, part 2. P. 157. IN: American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists 76th Annual Meeting June 13-19, 1996. Hotel Inter-Continental, New Orleans, Louisiana. Department of biological Sciences, University of New Orleans.

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Amiidae

 

 

Grande, L.; Bemis, W. E. 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.

MFNA-J; MFNA-CL-FL;

Geologic Age: Jurrasic-Jurrasic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acipenseriformes;

Genera/Species: Acipenseridae; Peipiaosteus pani Liu and Zhou, 1965;  Protoscaphirhynchus Wilimovsky, 1956;

Formation: Hell Creek Fm.;

COUNTRY: Europe; Asia; North America;

 

 

Grande, L.; Bemis, W. E. 1998. A comprehensive phylogenetic study of Amiid fishes (Amiidae) based on comparative skeletal anatomy: an empirical search for interconnected patterns of natural history. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Memoir 4, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 18(1S): 1-690

MFNA-T; MFNA-J; MFNA-JM-WI; MFNA-CE; MFNA-CL; MFNA-CL-KC;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Early-(Lias); Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Valanginian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Hauterivian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Barremian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian/Coniacian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian/Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acipenseriformes; Actinopterygii Cope, 1887; Amiastidae Jordan, 1923; Amiida Bonaparte, 1838; Amiidae Bonaparte, 1838 sic Grande & Bemis, 1998, p. 31; Amiiformes Hay, 1929; Amiinae Bonaparte, 1838 sic Grande & Bemis, 1998, p. 31; Amiissta Bonaparte, 1838; Amioidea Bonaparte, 1838; Amiopsinae Grande & Bemis, 1998, p. 483; Aspidorhynchidae; Calamopleurini Grande & Bemis, 1998, p. 405; Caturidae Owen, 1860; Caturoidea Owen, 1860; Caturoidei; Haleocomorphi Cope, 1872 sic Grande & Bemis, 1998, p. 31; Halecostomi Regan, 1923; Hybodontidae; Ionoscopidae Lehman, 1966; Ionoscopiformes Grande & Bemis, 1998; Lepisosteidae; Leptolepidae; Liodesmidae Jordan, 1923; Macrosemiidae; Macrosemiiformes; Neopterygii Regan, 1923; Ophiopsidae Bartram, 1975; Oshuniidae Grande & Bemis, 1998; Osteoglossiformes; Parasemionotidae Stensiš, 1932; Parasemionotiformes Lehman, 1966; Pholidophoridae; Pholidophoriformes; Pleuropholidae; Pycnodontiformes; Semionotidae; Semionotiformes; Sinamiidae Berg, 1940; Solnhofenamiinae Grande & Bemis, 1998, p. 450; Teleostei; Vidalamiinae Grande & Bemis, 1998, p. 337; Vidalamiini Grande & Bemis, 1998, p. 341;

Genera/Species: Allolepidotus; Amblysemius pachyurus (Agassiz, 1843); Amblysemius pachyurus Agassiz, 1843 sic Grande & Bemis, 1998, p. 609; "Amia? chauliodeia" (Hall & Wolberg, 1989, p. 108; Amia fragosa; "Amia" lewesiensis Mantell, 1822; "Amia" limosa Nessov, 1985; Amia? montsechensis Lange, 1968, p. 61; ?"Amia" semimarina Nessov, 1985; Amiidarum Lange, 1968, p. 60; Amiidarum mawsoni Lange, 1968, p. 60; Amiopsis Knerr, 1863; Amiopsis austeni; Amiopsis damoni (Egerton, 1858a); "Amiopsis" dartoni Eastman, 1899; Amiopsis dolloi Traquair, 1911; Amiopsis lepidota (Agassiz, 1833); Amiopsis prisca Kner, 1863; Amiopsis woodwardi (Sauvage, 1903); Anaethalion; Aphanepygus; Aspidorhynchus; Attakeopsis; Attakeopsis austeni Thiollire, 1858, p. 785; Attakeopsis desori Thiollire, 1858, p. 784; Belonostomus; Brachyichthys Winkler, 1861; Broughia Stensiš, p, 1932; Calamopleurus Agassiz, 1841; Calamopleurus cylindricus Agassiz, 1841, p. 84; Calamopleurus mawsoni (Woodward, 1902, p. 87); Callopterus agassizi Thiollire, 1858; Caturus; Caturus furcatus Agassiz, 1843; Caturus heterurus (Agassiz, 1839-1844); Caturus heterurus (Agassiz, 1833-1844) sic Grande & Bemis, 1998, p. 618; Caturus smithwoodwardi White, 1925; Caturus tarraconensis Sauvage, 1903; Cheirolepis; Cladocyclus gardneri; Cyclurus Agassiz, 1844; Cyclurus fragosus (Jordan, 1927); Cyclurusypamia sic Carroll, 1988, p. 603; Devillersia Beltan, 1968; Ellimmichthys; Enneles Jordan & Branner, 1908, p. 23; Enneles audax Jordan & Branner, 1908; Eoeugnathus; Eurycormus speciosus Wagner, 1863; Furo Gistel, 1848; Helmolepis Stensiš, 1932; Heterolepidotus Egerton, 1872; Hypamia Leidy, 1873a, p. 98; Icarealcyon Beltan, 1980; Ikechaoamia; Ikechaoamia meridionalis Zhang & Zhang, 1980; Ikechaoamia orientalis Liu, 1961; Ionoscopus cyprinoides (Wagner, 1863); Ionoscopus petraroiae Costa, 1853; Jacobulus Lehman, 1952; Kindleia Jordan, 1927, p. 145; Kindleia fragosa (Jordan, 1927, p. 145); Lehmanotus Beltan, 1968; Lepidotes; Liodesmus; Liodesmus gracilis (Agassiz, 1843); Liodesmus sprattiformis Wagner, 1863; Lophiostomus; Macrepistius arenatus Cope, 1894; Macropoma; Macropoma mantelli Agassiz, 1835, p. 55; Megalurus Agassiz, 1833, p. 13; Megalurus austeni; Megalurus damoni Egerton, 1858a; Megalurus elongatus Agassiz, 1839, p. 148; Megalurus idanicus Thiollire, 1850, p. 158; Megalurus lepidotus Agassiz, 1833, p. 146; "Megalurus" mawsoni Woodward, 1902, p. 87; Megalurus sauvagei Vidal, 1915, p. 40; Melvius Bryant, 1987; Melvius chauliodous (Hall & Wolberg, 1989, p. 108); Melvius thomasi Bryant, 1987; Neorhombolepis; Nipponamia Yabumoto, 1994; Nipponamia satoi Yabumoto, 1994; Notagogus; Notelops brama; Ophiopsis lepturus (Bellotti, 1857); Ophiopsis procera Agassiz, 1834; Oshunia; Oshunia brevis Wenz & Kellner, 1986: Ospia Stensiš, 1932; Ospia ornata Stensiš, 1932; Osteorhachis Egerton, 1868; Pachyamia Chalifa & Tchernov, 1982; Pachyamia latimaxillaris Chalifa & Tchernov, 1982; Pachyamia mexicana Grande & Bemis, 1998, p. 377; Paleamia Jonet, 1981; Paleamia cenomaniensis Jonet, 1981; "Pappichthys" patagonica Ameghino, 1906, p. 183; Paralbula; Paraliodesmus guadagnii Dunkle, 1969; Paramiatus Romer & Fryxell; Parasemionotus Piveteau, 1929; Parasemionotus labordei Stensiš, 1932; Perleidus; Pholidophorus; Pholidophorus bechei Agassiz, 1844; Pholidophorus germanicus; Pholidophorus macrocephalus Agassiz, 1833-43; Piveteaunotus Beltan, 1968; Polypterus; Propterus elongatus; Pteronisculus; Semionotus elegans; Sinamia; Sinamia chinhuaensis Wei, 1976; Sinamia hunanensis Su, 1973; Sinamia luozigouensis Li, 1984; Sinamia poyangica Su & Li, 1990; Sinamia zdanyski Stensiš, 1935; Sinoeugnathus; Solenhofenamia Grande & Bemis, 1998, p. 450; Solenhofenamia elongata (Agassiz, 1839); Spathiurus; Stensionotus Lehman, 1952; Stylomuleodon sic Carroll, 1988, p. 603; Stylomyleodon Russell, 1928a, p. 103; Stylomyleodon lacus Russell; Synergus Gistel, 1848, p. ix; Teoichthys Applegate, 1988; Thomasinotus Lehman, 1952; Urocles Jordan, 1919, p. 177; Urocles altivelis (Wagner, 1863, p. 716); Urocles austeni Egerton, 1858b, p. 1; Urocles brevicostatus (Agassiz, 1839, p. 147); Urocles damoni (Egerton, 1858a); Urocles elegantissimus (Wagner, 1863, p. 720); Urocles elongatus Saint-Seine, 1949, p. 170; Urocles grandis (Wagner, 1863, p. 104); Urocles lepidotus Jordan, 1919, p. 567; Urocles mawsoni Schaeffer, 1947, p. 31; Urocles ovatus (Lange, 1968, p. 58); Urocles polyspondylus (Wagner, 1851, p. 71); Urocles sauvagei (Vidal, 1915, p. 40); Vidalamia White & Moy-Thomas, 1941; Vidalamia catalunica (Sauvage, 1903); Vidalia Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830, p. 719; Vidalia catalunica Sauvage, 1903; Vinctifer comptoni; Watsonulus Brough, 1939; Watsonulus eugnathoides (Piveteau, 1935);

Formation: Beit-Mer Fm.; Edmonton Fm.; Fruitland Fm.; Glen Rose Fm.; Hell Creek Fm.; Ilhas Fm.; Khodzhakul Fm.; La Huerguina Fm.; Meng-Yin Group; Middle Sakamena Group; Montsec Fm.; Niobrara Fm.; Patagonia Fm.; Santana Fm.; Scollard Fm.; Sengoku Fm.; Shouchang Fm.; Solnhofen Limestone Fm.; Sundance Fm.; Taikarshin Member; Tlayua Fm.; Whitemud Fm.; Wordie Creek Fm.;

COUNTRY: Belgium; Brazil; Canada: Alberta; China; Croatia; Equatorial Guinea; France; Germany; Greenland; Inner Mongolia; Israel; Italy; Madagascar; Mexico; Portugal; Saudia Arabia; Slovenia; Spain; U.K.: England; USA: Kansas; Montana; New Mexico; North Dakota; South Dakota; Texas; Utah; Wyoming; Uzbekhistan; Yugoslavia;

 

 

Grande, L.; Bemis, W. E. 1999. Historical biogeography and historical paleoecology of Amiidae and other halecomorph fishes. pp. 413-424. IN: Arratia, Gloria, and Schultze, Hans-Peter (eds.). Mesozoic Fishes 2: Systematics and the Fossil Record. Proceedings of the International Meeting Buckow, 1997. MŸnchen, Deutschland. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil. 604 pp.

MFNA-T, MFNA-J, MFNA-C,

Geologic Age: Cretceous; Jurassic; Triassic;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Amiidae; Amiinae; Amiiformes;  Amiopsinae;  Catuoridea; Halecostomi;  Ionoscopiformes;  Parasemionotiformes;  Sinamiidae;  Solnhofenamiinae;  Vidalamiinae;

Genera/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);

COUNTRY: Brazil; Morocco; Mali; Spain; Montana; New Mexico; Middle East; Mexico;

 

 

Grande, L.; Cavender, T.M. 1991. Description and phylogenetic reassessment of the monotypyic  Ostariostomidae (Teleostei). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 11(4): 405-416

MFNA-J; MFNA-CE; MFNA-CL-KC,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Jurassic-Jurassic Late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank:  Ostariostomidae Schaeffer, 1949;  Lycopteridae;  ichthyodectiformes; Osteoglossomorpha sensu Patterson & Rosen, 1977; Teleostei sensu Patterson & Rosen, 1977; Hiodontoidea sensu Patterson & Rosen, 1977;

Genera/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: USA: Kansas; Montana: Madison County; China: Hunan Province;

 

 

Grande, L.; Grande, T. 1999. A new species of  Notogoneus (Teleostei: Gonorynchidae) from the Upper Cretaceous Two Medicine Formation of Montana, and the poor Cretaceous record of freshwater fishes from North America. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 19(4): 612-622

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acipenseridae; Amiidae; Anotophysi (sensu Fink & Fink, 1966); Esocidae; Gonorynchidae (sensu Grande, 1996); Gonorynchiformes (sensu Fink & Fink, 1966); Lepisosteidae; Ostariophysi (sensu Fink & Fink, 1966); Osteoglossidae; Polyodontidae; Teleostei;

Genera/Species:  Charitosomus hakelensis (Davis, 1887);  Charitosomus major (Woodward, 1901);  Judeichthys haasi Gayet, 1985;  Notogoneus Cope, 1885;  Notogoneus montanensis L. Grande and T. Grande, 1999, pp. 614-617;  Ramallichthys orientalis Gayet, 1982;

Formation: Two Medicine Formation

COUNTRY: Israel; Lebanon; USA: Montana; Wyoming;

 

 

Grande, L.; Grande, T. 2008. Redescription of the type species for the genus  Notogoneus (Teleostei: Gonorynchidae) based on new, well-preserved material. Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 82(Supplement to No. 5): 1-31

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Gonorynchidae GŸnther, 1868; Gonorynchiformes Berg, 1940; Teleostei;

Genera/Species: Charitopsis; Charitopsis spinosus Gayet, 1993b; Charitosomus; Charitosomus hakelensis (Davis, 1887); Charitosomus major (Woodward, 1901); Judeichthys; Judeichthys haasi Gayet, 1985; Notogoneus Cope, 1885; Notogoneus montanensis Grande & Grande, 1999; Ramallichthys; Ramallichthys orientalis Gayet, 1982;

Formation: Two Medicine Fm.;

COUNTRY: Israel; Lebanon; USA: Montana;

 

 

Grande, L.; Hilton, E. J. 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. Vol. 80 (Memoir 65)(Supplement to No. 4): 1-39

MFNA-J; MFNA-CE; MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acipenseridae Bonaparte, 1831 (sic Grande & Hilton, 2006, pp. 5, 35); Acipenseriformes Berg, 1940; Acipenserinae; Acipenseroidei (sensu Grande & Bemis, 1991); Actinopteri Cope, 1872 sic Grande & Hilton, 2006, pp. 5, 35; 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/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: Asia; Belgium; China; CANADA: Alberta; USA: Alaska; Delaware; Montana; Wyoming; UZBEKISTAN;

 

 

Grande, L.; Hilton, E. J. 2009. A replacement name for  Psammorhynchus Grande & Hilton, 2006 (Actinopterygii, Acipenseriformes, Acipenseridae) . Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 83(2): 317-318

MFNA-CL-FL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acipenseridae Bonaparte, 1831; Acipenserinae;  Priscosturioninae Grande & Hilton, 2009, p. 319; Scaphirhynchini Bonaparte, 1846;

Genera/Species:  Priscosturion Grande & Hilton, 2009, p. 318;  Priscosturion longipinnis (Grande & Hilton, 2006);  Protoscaphirhynchus Wilimovsky, 1956;  Psammorhynchus longipinnis Grande & Hilton, 2006;

Formation: Judith River Fm.;

COUNTRY: USA: Montana;

 

 

Grande, L.; Jin, F.; Yabumoto, Y.; Bemis, W. E. 2002.  Protopsephurus liui, a well-preserved primitive paddlefish (Acipenseriformes: Polyodontidae) from the Lower Cretaceous of China. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 22(2): 209-237

MFNA-CE;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Hauterivian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Osteichthyes Huxley, 1880; Actinopterygii Cope, 1887; Actinopteri Cope 1872; Chondrostei MŸller, 1844; Acipenseriformes Berg, 1940; Polyodontidae Bonaparte, 1838;  Protopsephurinae Grande and Bemis, 1996;  Chondrosteidae;  Peipiaosteidae;

Genera/Species:  Protopsephurus Lu, 1994;  Protopsephurus liui Lu, 1994, p. 212;  Paleopsephurus wilsoni MacAlpin, 1941;  Polyodon tuberculata Grande and Bemis, 1991;  Crossopholis magnicaudatus Cope, 1883;  Chondrosteus acipenseroides Egerton, 1858;  Peipiaosteus pani Liu and Zhou, 1965;

Formation: Yixian Fm.; Jiufotang Fm.;

COUNTRY: China

 

 

Grande, L.; Li, G.-Q.; Wilson, M. V. H. 2000. Amia cf. pattersoni from the Paleocene Paskapoo Formation of Alberta. Can. J. Earth Sci. Vol. 37: 31-37

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Actinopterygii Cope, 1887; Amiidae Bonaparte, 1838 sic Grande, Li, & Wilson, 2000, p. 32; Amiiformes Hay, 1929; Amiinae Bonaparte, 1838; Amioidea Bonaparte, 1838; Halecomorphi Cope, 1872 sic Grande, Li, & Wilson, 2000, p. 32; Halecostomi Regan, 1923; Neopterygii Regan, 1923;

Genera/Species: Cyclurus; Cyclurus fragosus (Jordan); Kindleia fragosa Jordan 1927;

Formation: Paskapoo Fm.

COUNTRY: Alberta, Canada

 

 

Grande, T. 1996. A new elopomorph from the Eagle Ford formation near Arlington Texas. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 16(Supplement to Number 3): 39A

MFNA-CL-KC

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late

Higher Taxonomic Rank: elopomorph

Formation: , Eagle Ford formation

COUNTRY: Texas

 

 

Grande, T. 1996. The interrelationships of fossil and Recent gonorynchid fishes with comments on two Cretaceous taxa from Israel. pp. 299-318. IN: Arratia, G.; Viohl, G. (eds.). Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics and Paleoecology. Proceedings of the international meeting EichstŠtt, 1993. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil.MŸnchen, Germany. 576 pp.

MFNA-CL; MFNA-CL-LM;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Gonorynchiformes; Gonorynchidae Scopoli, 1777; Charitosomidae;

Genera/Species:  Charitopsis spinosus Gayet, 1993,b;  Charitosomus;  Charitosomus hakelensis;  Charitosomus major;  Judeichthys Gayet, 1985;  Judeichthys haasi Gayet, 1985;  Notogoneus;  Notogoneus osculus;  Ramallichthys Gayet, 1982;  Ramallichthys orientalis Gayet, 1982;

COUNTRY: Israel; USA: Montana;

 

 

Grande, T. 1999. Revision of the genus Gonorynchus Scopoli, 1777 (Teleostei: Ostariophysi). Copeia. Vol. 1999(2): 453-469

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous

 

 

Grande, T. 1999. Distribution patterns and historical biogeography of gonorynchiform fishes (Teleostei: Ostariophysi). pp. 425-444. IN: Arratia, Gloria, and Schultze, Hans-Peter (eds.). Mesozoic Fishes 2: Systematics and the Fossil Record. Proceedings of the International Meeting Buckow, 1997. MŸnchen, Deutschland. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil. 604 pp.

MFNA-CE;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Chanidae; Gonorynchidae; Gonorynchiformes; Ostariophysi;  Rubiesichthyinae;

Genera/Species:  Aethalionopsis;  Charitosomus;  Charitosomus formosus Hosius & von der Mark, 1885;  Charitosomus hakelensis;  Charitosomus major Woodward, 1901;  Charitosomus lineolatus Pictet & Humberg, 1866;  Charitopsis;  Charitopsis spinosus Gayet, 1993,c; Dastilbe;  Dastilbe batai Gayet, 1989;  Dastilbe candelli Jordan, 1910;  Dastilbe elongatus Silva-Santos, 1947;  Dastilbe moraesi Silva-Santos, 1955;  Gordichthys;  Gordichthys conquensis Poyato-Ariz, 1994; Hakeliosonus hakelensis;  Judeichthys;  Judeichthys haasi Gayet, 1985;  Notogoneus;  Parachanos;  Ramallichthys;  Ramallichthys orientalis Gayet, 1982; Rubiesichthys;  Rubiesichthys gregalis Wenz, 1984;  Tharrhias;

Formation: Riacho Doce, Brazil; Santana Fm.; Areado Fm.; Las Hoyas; Hakel; Sahel Alma; Tepexi de Rodr’guez;

COUNTRY: South America: Brazil; Africa: Equitorial Guinea; Gabon; Europe: Germany; Spain; Middle East: Israel; Lebanon; Mexico;

 

 

Grande, T.; de Pinna, M. 2004. The evolution of the Weberian apparatus: a phylogenetic perspective. Pp. 429-448. 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-CE

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Anotophysi; Clupeiformes; Clupeoidei; Clupeomorpha; Gonorynchidae; Gonorynchiformes; Ostariophysi; Otocephala; Otophysi;

Genera/Species:  Armigatus;  Chanoides;  Charitosomus;  Charitosomus hakelensis;  Charitosomus major;  Clupavus;  Diplomystus;  Judeichthys haasi;  Lusistanichthys;  Lusistanichthys charciformis;  Notogoneus;  Notogoneus osculus;  Paleodenticeps tanganikae;  Ramallichthys;  Ramallichthys orientalis;  Spratticeps;

COUNTRY: Portugal;

 

 

Grande, T.; de Pinna, M.; Braun, C. 2001. The development and evolution of thew Weberian Ossicles in Clupeocephalan fishes. p. 40. IN: Tintori, Andrea (ed.). UNIMI. III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Clupeocephalan

Genera/Species:  Ramallichthys;  Chanoides;

 

 

Grande, T.; Grande, L. 2005. Interrelationships and historical biogeography of  Notogoneus Cope, 1885 (Ostariophysi: Gonorynchidae). pp. 123-125. IN: Poyato-Ariza, Francisco JosŽ (editor). 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.

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Gonorynchidae; Gonorynchiformes; Ostariphysi;

Genera/Species:  Charitosomus;  Judeichthys;  Notogoneus;  Notogoneus montanensis Grande & Grande, 1999;  Ramallichthys;

COUNTRY: USA: Montana;

 

 

Grande, T.; Poyato-Ariza, F. 1995. A cladistic analysis of fossil and living gonorynchiform ostariophysan fishes. IN: LeliŽvre, H.; Wenz, S.; Blieck, A.; Cloutier, R. (eds.). Premiers vertŽbrŽs et vertŽbrŽs infŽrieurs. Paris, France. Geobios. Vol. M.S. 19: 197-200

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous

 

 

Grande, T.; Poyato-Ariza, F. J. 1999. Phylogenetic relationships of fossil and recent gonorynchiform fishes (Teleostei: Ostariophysi). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. Vol. 123: 197-238

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Ostariophysi

Genera/Species: gonorynchiform

 

 

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 Rank: fishes

COUNTRY: New Jersey

 

 

Gray, J. 1988. Evolution of the freshwater ecosystem: the fossil record. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. Vol. 62: 1-214

MFNA-T; MFNA-J; MFNA-C; MFNA-CL-KC; MFNA-CL-FL;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic; Cretaceous-Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: 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/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: 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];

 

 

Greenwood, P.H. 1970. On the genus Lycoptera and its relationship with the family Hiodontidae (Pisces, Osteoglossomorpha). British Museum (Natural History) Zoology, Bulletin. Vol. 19: 257-285

Alternate Journal: British Museum (Natural History) Zoology, Bulletin

MFNA-JL, MFNA-CE,

Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Hiodontidae; Lycopteryidae;

Genera/Species: Lycoptera; Lycoptera middendorfii MŸller, Lycoptera davidi; Lycoptera fragilis Hussakof, 1932; Manchurichthys; Sinolycoptera; Mesoclupea;

COUNTRY: Siberia; Mongolia; China;

 

 

Greenwood, P.H.; Rosen, D.E.; Weitzman, S.H.; Myers, G.S. 1966. Phyletic studies of teleostean fishes, with a provisional classification of living forms. American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin Vol. 131: 339-456

MFNA-T, MFNA-J, MFNA-C,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous; Jurassic; Triassic;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Halosauridae; Dercetidae; Clupavidae; Leptolepidae;

Genera/Species: Echidnocephalus Enchelurus; Protonotacanthus; Urenchelys; Anguillavus;

 

 

Greenwood, P. H. (original text); Wilson, M. V. H. (revision) 1998. Bonytongues & their allies. pp. 80-84. IN: Paxton, J. R.; Eschmeyer, W. N. (eds.). Encyclopedia of Fishes. San Diego, California. Academic Press. Vol. 2nd edition: 1-240

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Osteoglossiformes

 

 

Gregory, J. T. 1972. Vertebrate faunas of the Dockum Group, Triassic, eastern New Mexico. New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook. Vol. 23: 120-123

MFNA-TL-WI

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late

Formation: Dockum Group

COUNTRY: New Mexico

 

 

Gregory, W. K. 1923. A Jurassic fish fauna from Western Cuba, with an arrangement of the families of Holostean ganoid fishes. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. Vol. 48(8): 223-242

MFNA-T; MFNA-J;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic; Jurassic-Jurassic Late (Malm)-Kimmeridgian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Actinopterygii; Amiidae; Amioidea; Aspidorhynchidae; Clupeidae; Eugnathidae; Holostei; Isospondyli; Lepidosteidae; Leptolepidae; Leptolepididae; Macrosemiidae; Oligopleuridae; Osteichthyes; Pachycormidae; Pholidophoridae; Pholidophoroidea; Protospondyli; Pycnodontidae; Semionotidae; Seminotoidea;

Genera/Species: Aethalion; Allolepidotus; Asthenocormus; Asthenocormus titanius; Callopterus; Caturus; Caturus agassizi; Caturus angustus; Caturus chirotes; Caturus deani Gregory, 1923, p. 227; Caturus driani; Caturus furcatus; Caturus giganteus; Caturus heterurus; Caturus impar; Caturus insignis; Caturus latipennis; Caturus pachyurus; Caturus purbeckensis; Caturus suchoides; Caturus velifer; Dapedius; Eugnathides; Eugnathides browni Gregory, 1923, p. 235; Eugnathus altus; Eugnathus hastingsiae; Eugnathus latimanus; Eugnathus longiserratus; Eugnathus microlepidotus; Eugnathus minor Agassiz; Eugnathus orthostomus; Eugnathus philpotae; Eugnathus serratus; Eurycormus egertoni; Eurycormus grandis; Euthynotus; Gyrodus; Gyrodus circularis; Gyrodus coccoderma; Gyrodus cuvieri; Gyrodus macrophthalmus cubensis Gregory, 1923, p. 224; Gyrodus minor; Gyrodus planidens; Heterolepidotus; Heterolepidotus latus; Heterolepidotus serrulatus; Heterolepidotus striatus; Heterolepidotus typicus; Hypsocormus; Lepidotus; Leptolepis; Leptolepis euspondylus Gregory, 1923, p. 236; Liodesmus; Lophiostomus; Neorhombolepis; Osteorhachis; Osteorhachis macrocephalus; Prosauropsis; Prosauropsis elongatus; Protosphyraena; Ptycholepis; Sauropsis; Sauropsis latus Agassiz; Sauropsis longimanus Agassiz; Sauropsis woodwardi Gregory, 1923, p. 230; Tetragonolepis; Thrissops;

Formation: Kimmeridge Clay; Lithographic Stone; Pinar del Rio;

COUNTRY: Cuba; France; Germany: Bavaria;

 

 

Gregory, W. K. 1924. A fossil ganoid fish (Lepidotus? lacotanus, new species) from the Lower Cretaceous of South Dakota. American Museum Novitates. No. 134: 1-8

MFNA-CE-WI

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Semionotidae

Genera/Species: Lepidotus ?lacotanus Gregory, 1924, p. 1; Lepidosteus; Lepidotus bernissartensis; Lepidotus minor; Lepidotus mantelli; Semionotus Agassiz, 1832

Formation: Lakota Fm.

COUNTRY: South Dakota

 

 

Griffith, J. 1959. On the anatomy of two suarichthyid fishes, Saurichthys striolatus (Bonn) and S. curioni (Bellotti). Proc. Zool. soc. London. Vol. 132(4): 587-606

MFNA-TL,

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late-Carnian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: saurichthyids

Genera/Species: Saurichthys madagascariensis; Acidorhynchus brevirostris Hauff, 1938; Saurichthys striolatus (Bonn, 1858, pp. 7-12) [=Belonorhynchus striolatus Bonn, 1858, pp. 7-12]; Saurichthys curioni (Bellotti, 1857, pp. 436,437) [=Ichthyorhynchus curioni Bellotti, 1857, pp. 436,437; =Belonorhynchus cfr. robustus (Bellotti); =Belonorhynchus robustus (Bellotti) [partim]; =Belonorhynchus macrocephalus [partim]; =Belonorhynchus Curionii de Alessandri, 1910]; Belonorhynchus robustus [=Saurichthys robustus];

Formation: bituminous shales of the Raibl Beds;

COUNTRY: Austria; Spitzbergen

 

 

Griffith, J. 1962. The Triassic fish Saurichthys krambergeri Schlosser. Palaeontology. Vol. 5(2): 344-354

MFNA-T,

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Saurichthyidae;

Genera/Species: Saurichthys krambergeri Schlosser, 1918 [=Belonorhynchus krambergeri (Schlosser)]; Saurichthys Agassiz, 1834; Belonorhynchus Bronn 1858; Saurichthys ornatus (Stensiš, 1925); Saurichthys apicalis; Saurichthys madagascarensis (Lehman, 1952); Saurichthys brevirostris (Hauff, 1938); Saurichthys elongatus; B. ? = ? Belonorhynchus; B. acuminatus; B. mougeoti; B. stensiši (sic); Watsonulus eugnathoides; Caturus porteri; Pholidophorus similis; Saurorhynchus acutus (Gardiner, 1960); Saurorhynchus brevirostris; Saurichthys latifrons; Saurichthys lepidosteoides (Frech, 1903); Saurichthys wimani; Saurichthys hamiltoni (Stensiš, 1925); Saurichthys deperditus (D'Erasmo, 1914)

 

 

Griffith, J. 1977. The Upper Triassic fishes from Polzberg bei Lunz, Austria. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. Vol. 60: 1-93

MFNA-T; MFNA-J; MFNA-CE;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late-Carnian; Jurassic-Jurassic-Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: 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/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: Austria

 

 

Griffith, J.; Patterson, C. 1963. The structure and relationships of the Jurassic fish Ichthyokentema purbeckensis. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Geology. Vol. 8: 1-43

MFNA-J;

Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic;

Genera/Species: Ichthyokentema purbeckensis

 

 

Haggart, J. W. 1991. Biostratigraphy of the Upper Cretaceous Nanaimo group, Gulf Islands British Columbia. pp. 222-257. IN: Smith, Paul L. (editor). A field guide to the Paleontology of Southwestern Canada. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. University of British Columbia. Vol. The first Canadian Paleontology conference. 257 pp.

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late

Formation: , Nanaimo group

COUNTRY: Gulf Islands British Columbia.

 

 

Hakel, M.; Stewart, J. 2003. A nearly complete skeleton of Pachyrhizodus caninus. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 23(Supplement to Number 3): 58A

MFNA-CL-KC,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Pachyrhizodontidae

Genera/Species: Pachyrhizodus caninus; Pachyrhizodus minimus

Formation: Smoky Hill Chalk

COUNTRY: Phillips County, Kansas

 

 

Hall, J. P.; Wolberg, D. L. 1989. A new Late Cretaceous (Campanian-Mastrichtian) Amiid (Halecomorphi: Actinopterygii) from the Fruitland Formation, San Juan Basin, New Mexico. Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 63(1): 108-115

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian/Maastrichtian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Amiidae Bonaparte, 1837;

Genera/Species: Amia? chauliodeia Hall and Wolberg, 1989, p. 108;

Formation: Fruitland Fm.

COUNTRY: New Mexico, San Juan Basin

 

 

Hall, R. L.; Neuman, A. G. 1989. Teudopsis cadominensis, a new teuthid squid from the Toarcian (Lower Jurassic) of Alberta. Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 63(3): 324-327

MFNA-JE,

Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Early (Lias)-Toarcian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: saurichthyid

Genera/Species: Acidorhychus cf. A. acutus

Formation: Fernie

COUNTRY: Alberta

 

 

Hallam, A. 1993. Jurassic climates as infereed from the sedimentary and fossil record. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Containing Papers of a Biological Character. Vol. 341(1297): 287-296

MFNA-J;

Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Actinopterygii; Dipnoi;

COUNTRY: Australia; China; Madagascar; U.K.: England; USA;

 

 

Halstead, L.B. 1993. Agnatha. Pp. 573-581. IN: Benton, M.J. (ed.). The Fossil Record 2. London, England, United Kingdom. Chapman & Hall.

MFNA

Geologic Age: Mesozoic

 

 

Hamm, S. A. 2003. Ptychodontid sharks in the Upper Cretaceous Eagleford Group of Northern Texas. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 23(Supplement to Number 3): 58A-59A

MFNA-CL-KC, MFNA-CL-GA,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Ptychodontidae;

Genera/Species: Ptychodus decurrens; Ptychodus anonymus; Ptychodus mammillaris; Ptychodus lmortoni; Ptychodus polygyrus; Ptychodus whipplei; Ptychodus n.sp.;

Formation: Britton Fm., Kemp Ranch Fm., Arcadia Park Fm., Eagleford Group;

COUNTRY: northen Texas, USA;

 

 

Hamm, S. A. 2010. The Late Cretaceous shark Ptychodus marginalis in the Western interior seaway, USA. Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 84(3): 538-548

MFNA-CL-LM; MFNA-CL-TU;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838; Hybodontiformes; Lamniformes; Ptychodontidae Jaekel, 1898;

Genera/Species: Cretoxyrhina mantelli; Ptychodus Agassiz, 1835; Ptychodus anonymus; Ptychodus chappelli Reinhart, 1951, pp. 195-201; Ptychodus concentricus Agassiz; Ptychodus decurrens; Ptychodus latissimus; Ptychodus cf. latissimus Shimada & Fielitz, p. 2006, p. 194; Ptychodus mammillaris; Ptychodus cf. mammillaris Williamson et al., 1993, p. 450; Ptychodus marginalis Agassiz, 1839; Ptychodus martini; Ptychodus polygyrus Kiripjanoff, 1853, p. 14; Ptychodus polygyrus var. marginalis Agassiz, 1835-1839, p. 156; Ptychodus sulcatus; Ptychodus whipplei; Scapanorhynchus raphiodon; Squalicorax falcatus;

Formation: Carlile Shale; Eagle Ford Group; English Chalk; Greenhorn Fm.; Kamp Ranch Fm.;

COUNTRY: USA: Arizona; Kansas; South Dakota; Texas;

 

 

Hamm, S. A. 2010. The Late Cretaceous shark, Ptychodus rugosus, (Ptychodontidae) in the Western Interior Sea. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. Vol. 113(1/2): 44-55

MFNA-CL-LM; MFNA-CL-TU;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Santonian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838; Euselachii; Hybodontiformes; Lamniformes; Ptychodontidae Jaekel, 1898;

Genera/Species: Anomoeodus phaseolus; Cretoxyrhina; Enchodus; Ptychodus Agassiz, 1835; Ptychodus anonymus Williston, 1900; Ptychodus rugosus Dixon, 1850; Ptychodus whipplei Marcou, 1858; Scapanorhynchus texanus; Squalicorax; Squalicorax yangaensis;

Formation: Austin Chalk; Blufftown Fm.; Carlile Fm.; English Chalk; Fairport Chalk; Greenhorn Fm.; Mancos Shale; Niobrara Chalk; Smoky Hill Chalk Member;

COUNTRY: UK: England; USA: Alabama; Kansas; Texas;

 

 

Hamm, S. A.; Shimada, K. 2002. Associated tooth set of the Late Cretaceous Lamniform shark, Scaphaorhynchus raphiodon (Mitsukurinidae), from the Niobrara Chalk of Western Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. Vol. 105(1-2): 18-26

MFNA-CL-KC; MFNA-CL-TU;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Aptian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Chondrichthyes; Elasmobranchii; Lamniformes Berg, 1958; Mitsukurinidae Jordan, 1898;

Genera/Species: Scaphaorhynchus Woodward, 1889; Scaphaorhynchus raphiodon (Agassiz, 1844); Scaphaorhynchus texanus (Roemer);

Formation: Carlile Shale; Greenhorn Limestone; Niobrara Chalk; Smoky Hill Chalk Member;

COUNTRY: Belgium; Russia; U.K.; USA: Kansas;

 

 

Hamm, S. A.; Shimada, K. 2004. A Late Cretaceous durophagus shark Ptychodus martini Williston, from Texas. Texas J. Sci. Vol. 56(3): 215-222

MFNA-CL-GA;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Ptychodontidae

Genera/Species: Ptychodus; Ptychodus connellyi MacLeod & Slaughter, 1980; Ptychodus martini Williston, 1900a; Ptychodus mortoni; Ptychodus polygyrus Agassiz;

Formation: Gober Chalk; Niobrara Chalk;

COUNTRY: USA: Alabama; Kansas; Texas;

 

 

Hamm, S. A.; Shimada, K. 2007. The Late Cretaceous anacoracid shark, Pseudocorax laevis (Leriche), from the Niobrara Chalk of western Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. Vol. 110(1/2): 44-52

MFNA-CL-KC

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Coniacian/Santonian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Anacoracidae Casier, 1947; Chondrichthyes; Elasmobranchii; Lamniformes Berg, 1958;

Genera/Species: Corax australis (Chapman, 1908); Cretoxyrhina mantelli (Agassiz); Echinorhinus; Pseudocorax Priem, 1897; Pseudocorax affinis (Agassiz, 1843); Pseudocorax australis; Pseudocorax granti Cappetta & Case, 1975; Pseudocorax laevis (Leriche, 1906); Pseudocorax primulus MŸller & Diedrich, 1991; Squalicorax; Squalicorax australis; Squalicorax falcatus; Squalicorax pristodontus; Squalicorax volgensis;

Formation: Niobrara Fm.;

COUNTRY: Asia; Australia; Belgium; England; Europe; France; Germany; Israel; Morocco; USA: Alabama; Delaware; Georgia; Kansas; Mississippi; Texas;

 

 

Hamm, S. A.; Shimada, K.; Everhart, M. J. 2003. Three uncommon lamniform sharks from the Smoky Hill chalk (Upper Cretaceous) of western Kansas. (ABSTRACT). pp. 30-31. IN: Abstract Kansas Academy of Science. Vol. 22: 30-31

MFNA-CL-KC

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late

Higher Taxonomic Rank: lamniform sharks

Genera/Species: Cretolamna apppendiculata (Agassiz); Cretoxyrhina mantelli; Pseudocorax laevis (Leriche); Scapanorhynchus raphiodon (Agassiz); Squalicorax falcatus (Agassiz); Squalicorax kaupi (Agassiz); Squalicorax pristodontus (Agassiz);

Formation: Smoky Hill Chalk

COUNTRY: USA: Kansas

 

 

Hancock, J. M. 2003. Lower sea levels in the Middle Cenomanian. Carnets de GŽologie/Notebooks on Geology Letter. Vol. 2003/02 (CG2003_LO2_JMH): 1-6

MFNA-CL-TU;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomaniian/Turonian

Formation: Woodbine Fm.; Thatcher Limestone; Graneros Shale; Belle Fourche Shale; Junction Bed of the Belle Fourche Shale;

COUNTRY: USA: Colorado; South Dakota; Texas;

 

 

Hanks, D. H.; Shimada, K. 2002. Vertebrate fossils, including non-avian dinosaur remains and the first shark-bitten bird from a Late Cretaceous (Turonian) marine deposit of northeastern South Dakota (ABSTRACT) p. 62A. IN: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 22(Supplement to Number 3): 62A

MFNA-CL-TU;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Elasmobranchii; Teleostei;

Genera/Species: Cretodus crassidens; Cretolamna appendiculata; Cretomanta canadensis; Cretoxyrhina mantelli; Enchodus; Gillicus arcuatus; Ichthyodectes ctenodon; Leptostryax compressidens; Pachyrhizodus minimus; Pseudohypolophus mcnultyi; Ptychodus anonymus; Ptychodus whipplei; Ptychotrygon triangularis; Scapanorhynchus raphiodon; Squalicorax falcatus;

Formation: Rose Quarry marine deposits

COUNTRY: USA: South Dakota

 

 

Hardman, M. 2005. The phylogenetic relationships among non-diplomystid catfishes as inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome b sequences; the search for the ictalurid sister taxon (Otophysi: Siluriformes). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. Vol. 37: 700-720

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Callichthyidae; Diplomystidae; Doradidae; Otophysi; Siluriformes;

Genera/Species: Andinichthys; Hoffstetterichthys; Incaichthys;

COUNTRY: BOLIVIA;

 

 

Harlan, R. 1824. On a new fossil of genus of the order Enalio Sauri (of Conybeare). Phila. Acad. Nat. Sci. Jour. Vol. 3: 331-337

MFNA-C,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Saurocephalidae Berg, 1940;

Genera/Species: Saurocephalus lanciformis Harlan, 1824, p. 337, plate 12;

COUNTRY: North America

 

 

Hatcher, J. B. 1900. The Carnegie Museum Paleontological Expeditions of 1900. Science. Vol. 7(2): 718-720

MFNA-CL,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Pisces

Genera/Species: Platacodon nanus

Formation: Laramie

COUNTRY: Wyoming, Nebraska

 

 

Hatcher, John Bell 1903. Relative age of the Lance creek (Ceratops) beds of Converse County, Wyoming, the Judith River beds of Montana and the Belly River beds of Canada. Amer. Geol. Vol. 31: 369-375

MFNA-CL-FL,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late

Higher Taxonomic Rank: fishes

Formation: Judith River Beds;

COUNTRY: Montana

 

 

Hatcher, John Bell 1905. Vertebrate fauna of the Judith River beds. Bull. U.S. Geol. Survey. Vol. No. 257: 67-103

MFNA-CL-FL,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late

Higher Taxonomic Rank: fishes

Formation: Judith River Beds;

COUNTRY: Montana

 

 

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 Rank: ganoids

Formation: Lockatong Formation

COUNTRY: New Jersey; Pennsylvania

 

 

Hay, M. J.; Cumbaa, S. L.; Murray, A. M.; Plint, A. G. 2007. A new paraclupeid fish (Clupeomorpha, Ellimmichthyiformes) from a muddy marine prodelta environment: middle Cenomanian Dunvegan Formation, Alberta, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. Vol. 44: 775-790

MFNA-CL-LM;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Clupeomorpha Greenwood, Rosen, Weitzman, & Myers, 1966; Ellimmichthyiformes Grande, 1982; Paraclupeidae Chang & Chou, 1977; Paraclupeinae; Scutatospinosinae Silva Santos & Correa, 1985; Sorbinichthyidae Bannikov & Bacchia, 2000; Sphenocephalidae;

Genera/Species: Armigatus alticorpus Forey, Yi, Patterson, & Davies, 2003; Armigatus namourensis Forey, Yi, Patterson, & Davies, 2003; Armigatus brevissimus (Blainville, 1818); Cladocyclus gardneri; Diplomystus; Diplomystus birdi Woodward, 1895; Diplomystus dentatus Cope, 1877; Diplomystus dubertreti Signeux, 1951; Diplomystus paredentulosus Forey, Yi, Patterson, & Davies, 2003; Diplomystus shengliensis Zhang, Zhou, & Qin, 1985; Ellimma branneri (Jordan, 1910); Ellimma guineensis Gayet, 1989; Ellimmichthys cruzi Silva Santos, 1990; Ellimmichthys goodi (Eastman, 1912); Ellimmichthys longicostatus (Cope, 1886); Ellimmichthys maceioensis Malabarba, Do Carmo, G—mex-PŽrez, & de Queiroz-Neto, 2004; Ezkutuberezi carmeni Poyato-Ariza, L—pez-Horgue, & Garcia-Garmilla, 2000; Osmeroides; Paraclupea chetungensis Sun, 1956; Scutatuspinosus itapagipensis Silva Santos & Correa, 1985; Sorbinichthys elusivo Bannikov & Bacchia, 2000; Sorbinicthhys elusivo Bannikov & Bacchia, 2000 sic Hay, Cumbaa, Murray, & Plint, 2007, p. 781; Triplomystus noorae Forey, Yi, Patterson, & Davies, 2003; Triplomystus oligoscutatus Forey, Yi, Patterson, & Davies, 2003; Tycheroichthys dunveganensis Hay, Cumbaa, Murray, & Plint, 2007, p. 781;

Formation: Belle Fourche Fm.; Dunvegan Fm.; Kaskapau Fm.; Santana Fm.;

COUNTRY: Brazil; Canada: Alberta; Manitoba; Saskatchewan; Northwest Territories; Mexico;

 

 

Hay, O. P. 1898. Observations on the genus of Cretaceous fishes called by Prof. Cope Portheus. Science. Vol. 2: 646

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous

 

 

Hay, O. P. 1898. Notes on species of Ichthyodectes, including new species I. creuentes, and on the related and herein established genus Gillicus. Amer. Journ. Sci. Vol. 6(ser. 4): 225-232, 5 figs.

MFNA-CL,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Saurocephalidae Berg, 1940;

Genera/Species: Ichthyodectes prognathus Cope, 1872, p. 340 (= Saurodon leanus Hays, 1830, p. 476); Ichthyodectes goodeanus Cope, 1877, p. 176 (= Saurodon leanus Hays, 1830, p. 476); Ichthyodectes goodeanus Hay, 1898, p. 227 (=Saurodon leanus Hays, 1830, p. 476);

COUNTRY: USA

 

 

Hay, Oliver Perry 1899a. On one little known and one hitherto unkown species of Saurocephalus. Amer. Journ. Sci. Vol. 4(ser. 7): 299-304., 5 figs.

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: fishes

Genera/Species: Saurocephalus

COUNTRY: Kansas;

 

 

Hay, Oliver Perry 1899b. On one little known and one hitherto unkown species of Saurocephalus. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. Vol. 7(ser. 3: 480-487, 5 figs.

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: fishes

Genera/Species: Saurocephalus

COUNTRY: Kansas;

 

 

Hay, O. P. 1902. Bibliography and Catalogue of the Fossil Vertebrata of North America. U.S. Geological Society Bulletin. Vol. 179: 1-868

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous

 

 

Hay, O. P. 1903. On certain genera and species of North America Cretaceous actinopterous fishes. American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin. Vol. 19(1): 1-95

MFNA-C; MFNA-CL; MFNA-CL-KC;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Senonian (Coniacian-Maastrichtian);

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Dercetid¾; Elopid¾; Enchodontid¾; Ichthyodectid¾; Myctophid¾; Plethodid¾; Pachyrhizodontid¾; Protosphyr¾nidae; Salmonid¾; Saurocephalidae Berg, 1940; Scopelid¾; Stratodontidae;

Genera/Species: Anogmius Cope, 1871; Anogmius altus Loomis, 1900; Anogmius aratus Cope, 1877; Anogmius contractus Cope, 1871; Anogmius evolutus Cope, 1877; Anogmius favirostrus Cope, 1877; Beryx multidentatus Stewart, 1898; Cimolichthys contracta Loomis, 1900; Cimolichthys gladiolus Cope, 1872; Cimolichthys merrillii Loomis, 1900; Cimolichthys nep¾olica Loomis, 1900; Cimolichthys semianceps Cope, 1872; Cimolichthys sulcatus Cope, 1872; Daptinus phlebotomus (Cope, 1870); Empo Cope, 1872 (syn. of Cimolychthys); Empo contracta Cope, 1874; Empo merrillii Cope, 1874; Empo nepaholica Cope, 1872; Empo nep¾olica Cope, 1874; Empo semianceps Cope, 1874; Empo sulcata Cope, 1874; Enchodus Agassiz; Enchodus dolichus Cope, 1875; Enchodus ferox Leidy, 1855; Enchodus gladiolus (Cope, 1872); Enchodus petrosus Cope, 1874; Enchodus pressidens Cope, 1869; Enchodus s¾vus Hay, 1903; Enchodus tetracus Loomis, 1900; Enchodus tetr¾cus Cope, 1875; Enchodus tetracus Loomis, 1900; Gillicus Hay; Erisichthe dimidiata Cope, 1878; Erisichthe nitida Cope, 1872; Erisichthe penetrans Cope, 1877; Erisichthe xiphioides Loomis, 1900; Erisichthe ziphioides Cope, 1877; Gillicus Hay; Gillicus arcuatus (Cope, 1875); Gillicus serridens (Woodward, 1901); Ichthyodectes anaides Cope, 1872; Ichthyodectes goodeanus Cope, 1877; Ichthyodectes multidentatus Cope, 1872; Ichthyodectes perniciosus Cope, 1874; Ichthyodectes serridens Woodward, 1901; Ichthyotringa Cope; Ichthyotringa tenuirostris Cope, 1878; Leptosomus Marck; Leptosomus elongatus Marck; Leptosomus guestphalicus Marck; Leptosomus lineatus (Cope, 1878); Leptosomus macrourus Pictet & Humbert; Leptosomus minimus (Agassiz); Leptosomus nasutulus (Cope, 1878); Leptosomus percrassus (Cope, 1878); Leptotrachelus armatus Marck; Leptotrachelus elongatus (Agassiz); Leptotrachelus gracilis Davis; Leptotrachelus hakelensis Pictet & Humbert; Leptotrachelus longipinnis Cope, 1878; Leptotrachelus sagittatus Marck; Leptotrachelus triqueter Pictet; Leptotrachelus virgulatus Woodward, 1901; Oricardinus sheareri Cope, 1872; Oricardinus tortus Cope, 1877; Osmeroides favirostrus (Cope, 1877); Osmeroides evolutus (Cope, 1877); Pachyrhizodus Agassiz; Pachyrhizodus caninus Cope, 1872; Pachyrhizodus curvatus Loomis, 1900; Pachyrhizodus latimentum Cope, 1872; Pachyrhizodus lepitopsis Loomis, 1900; Pachyrhizodus leptopsis Cope, 1874; Pachyrhizodus sheari Loomis, 1900; Pelecopterus chirurgus Cope, 1875; Pelecopterus gladius (Cope, 1873); Pelecopterus perniciosus (Cope, 1874); Phasganodus ?gladiolus Cope, 1872; Plethodus; Portheus arcuatus Cope, 1875; Portheus gladius Cope, 1873; Protosphyr¾na; Protosphyr¾na dimidiata (Cope, 1878); Protosphyr¾na gladius (Cope, 1873); Protosphyr¾na nitida (Cope, 1872); Protosphyr¾na obliquidens Loomis, 1900; Protosphyr¾na penetrans Newton, 1878; Protosphyr¾na perniciosa (Cope, 1874); Protosphyr¾na sequax Hay, 1903; Protosphyr¾na tenuis Loomis, 1900; Protosphyr¾na ziphioides (Cope, 1877); Pseudothryptodus; Rhinellus Agassiz; Rhinellus furcatus; Rhinellus tenuirostris (Cope, 1878); Sardinius cordieri; Sardinius? imbellis Hay, 1903; Sardinius lineatus Cope, 1878; Sardinius nasutulus Cope, 1878; Sardinius percrassus Cope, 1878; Saurocephalus Harlan, 1824; Saurocephalus arapahovius Cope, 1872; Saurocephalus arapalovius Loomis, 1900; Saurocephalus lanciformis Harlan, 1824; Saurocephalus phlebotomus Cope, 1870; Saurocephalus goodeanus (Cope, 1877) (=Saurodon leanus Hays, 1830, p. 476); Saurocephalus xiphirostris (Stewart, 1898); Saurodon lanciformis (Harlan, 1824); Saurodon phlebotomus (Cope, 1870); Saurodon xiphirostris Stewart, 1898; Spaniodon simus Cope, 1878; "Sphyr¾na"; Stratodus oxypogon Cope, 1877; Syntegmodus; Tetheodus pephero Loomis, 1900; Tetheodus pephredo Cope, 1874; Thryptodus; Triaenaspis Cope, 1878, Triaenaspis virgulatus Cope, 1878;

Formation: Niobrara; Pierre Fm.; Mount Lebanon;

COUNTRY: Lebanon; USA: Kansas, Nebraska, New Jersey, South Dakota; Westphalia; U.K.: England;

 

 

Hay, O.P. 1903. On a collection of Upper Cretaceous fishes from Mount Lebanon, Syria, with descriptions of four new genera and nineteen new species. American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin. Vol. 19(10): 395-452

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Anguillavid¾; Anguillid¾; Anguillavid¾; Belonorhynchid¾; Berycid¾; Carangid¾; Chirothricid¾; Clupeid¾; Ctenothrissid¾; Dasyatid¾; Dercetid¾; Elasmobranchii; Elopid¾; Enchellid¾; Enchodontid¾; Gonorhynchid¾; Halosaurid¾; Hexanchid¾; Ichthyodectid¾; Lamnid¾; Macrosemiid¾; Myctophid¾; Notacanthidae; Oligopleurid¾; Pisces; Pristid¾; Pycnodontid¾; Rajid¾; Rhinobatid¾; Squalid¾; Scyllid¾; Squatinid¾; Stromateid¾;

Genera/Species: Acrogaster davisi; Acrogaster heckeli; Acrogaster heckelii; Acrognathus Agassiz, 1844; Acrognathus boops Agassiz; Acrognathus dodgei Hay, 1903; Acrognathus libanicus Woodward; Aipichtys formosus Hay, 1903; Aipichtys minor; Aipichtys velifer; Anguillavus Hay, 1903; Anguillavus bathsheb¾ Hay, 1903; Anguillavus quadripinnis Hay, 1903; Charitosomus hakelensis (Davis, 1887); Charitosomus lineolatus; Charitosomus major; Chirocentrites libanicus Pictet & Humbert, 1866; Chirothrix lewisi; Chirothrix libanicus; Clupea attenuata Davis, 1887; Coccodus armatus; Coccodus insignis Hay, 1903; Coccodus lindstrÏmi Davis, 1890; Ctenothrissa ovalis; Ctenothrissa signifer Hay, 1903; Ctenothrissa vexillifer; Cyclobatis major; Cyclobatis oligodactylus; Dinopteryx spinosus; Diplomystus birdi; Diplomystus brevissimus; Enchelion Hay, 1903; Enchelion montium Hay, 1903; Enchelurus syriacus; Enchodus longidens; Enchodus marchesettii ? (Kramberger, 1895); Enchodus major; Eubiodectes Hay, 1903; Eubiodectes libanicus (Pictet & Humbert, 1866); Eurygnathus marchesettii Kramberger, 1895; Eurypholis boissieri; ExocÏtoides minor; Halec microlepis; Heptranchias? gracilis; Histiothrissa crassipinna; Holcolepis attenuatus (Davis, 1887); Holcolepis gracilis; Holcolepis lewisi; Holcolepis sardinioides; Hoplopteryx lewisi; Hoplopteryx oblongus; Hoplopteryx stachei; Hoplopteryx syriacus; Ichthyodectes; Ichthyodectes anaides; Ichthyodectes libanicus (Pictet & Humbert, 1866); Lamna sulcata Woodward, 1889; Leptosomus macrurus; Leptosomus minimus; Leptotrachelus gracilis Davis, 1887; Leptotrachelus hakelensis; Leptotrachelus serpentinus Hay, 1903; Leptotrachelus triqueter; Mesiteia sahel-alm¾; MicrocÏlia dayi Hay, 1903; MicrocÏlia libanica; Nematonotus bott¾ Woodward, 1901; Nematonotus longispinus (Davis, 1887); Opistopteryx gracilis; Orosoma intermedium; Orosoma pulchellum; Orosoma sahel-alm¾; Osmeroides Agassiz, 1844; Osmeroides megapterus; Osmeroides ornatus Hay, 1903; Osmeroides pontivagus Hay, 1903; Osmeroides pusillus; Osmeroides woodwardi; Otodus latus; Otodus sulcatus Geinitz, 1843; Pal¾obalistum gÏdeli; Pantopholis dorsalis; Petalopteryx dorsalis; Petalopteryx syriacus; Portheus; Prionolepis cataphractus; Prionolepis laniatus; Pronotacanthus sahel-alm¾; Pseudoberyx bott¾; Pseudoberyx grandis; Pseudoberyx longispina Davis, 1887; Pseudoberyx syriacus; Pycnosterinx discoides; Pycnosterinx dubius; Pycnosterinx elongatus; Pycnosterinx gracilis; Pycnosterinx latus; Pycnosterinx levispinosus Hay, 1903; Pycnosterinx russeggeri; Raja expansa; Raja minor; Raja primarmata; Raja whitfieldi Hay, 1903; Rhinellus damoni; Rhinellus delicatus Hay, 1903; Rhinellus ferox; Rhinellus furcatus; Rhinobatus eretes Hay, 1903; Rhinobatus intermedius; Rhinobatus latus; Rhinobatus maronita; Rhinobatus tenuirostris; Sardinoides attenuatus; Scapanorhynchus elongatus; Scapanorhynchus lewisii; Sclerorhynchus Woodward, 1889; Sclerorhynchus atavus Woodward, 1889; Sclerorhynchus hiram Hay, 1903; Sclerorhynchus sentus Hay, 1903; Sclerorhynchus solomonis Hay, 1903; Scombroclupea gaudryi; Scombroclupea macrophthalma; Scylliorhinus curtirostris; Scylliorhinus elongatus; Scylliorhinus tumidens; Spaniodon blondeli; Spaniodon elongatus; Spaniodon hakelensis Davis, 1887; Spaniodon latus; Spathiurus dorsalis; Squalus latidens; Squalus? prim¾vus; Squatina crassidens; Stenoprotome Hay, 1903; Stenoprotome hamata Hay, 1903; Telopholis? tenuis; Urenchelys Woodward, 1900; Urenchelys avus; Urenchelys germanus Hay, 1903; Urenchelys hakelensis; Xenopholis carinatus;

Formation: Mount Lebanon;

COUNTRY: Syria: Hajula, Hakel, Sahel Alma;

 

 

Hay, O. P. 1903. Some remarks on the fossil fishes of Mount Lebanon, Syria. The American Naturalist. Vol. 37(442): 685-695

MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Actinopterygii; Aleposaurid¾; Anguillid¾; Anguillavid¾; Apodes; Belonorhynchid¾; Berycid¾; Carangid¾; Cestraciontid¾; Chirocentrid¾; Clupeid¾; Ctenothrissid¾; Dercetid¾; Elopid¾; Enchellid¾; Enchodontid¾; Heterodontid¾; Ichthyodectid¾; Lamnidae; Macrosemiid¾; Myctophid¾; Odontostomid¾; Oligopleurid¾; Percomorpha; Pycnodontid¾; Scopelid¾; Scyllidae; Semionotid¾; Stromateid¾;

Genera/Species: Aipichtys; Amia; Anguilla hakelensis; Anguillavus; Anguillavus bathsheb¾; Anguillavus quadripinnis; Coccodus insignis; Ctenothrissa; Ctenothrissa signifer; Diplomystus brevissimus; Enchelion montium; Eubiodectes; Hexanchus; Holcolepis; Ichthyodectes libanicus; Leptosomus; Leptotrachelus; Leptotrachelus serpentinus; Nematonotus; Nematonotus longispinus (Davis); Notidanus; Omosoma; Osmeroides lewesiensis; Osmeroides monasteri; Osmeroides ornatus; Otodus sulcatus; Pseudoberyx; Pycnosterinx; Pycnosterinx levispinosus; Raja whitfieldi; Rhinobatus; Rhinobatus eretus; Sardinioides; Sclerorhynchus atavus; Sclerorhynchus hiram; Scombroclupea; Spaniodon; Stenoprotome hamata; Tri¾aspis (p. 694); Tri¾naspis virgulatus (p. 691); Urenchelys;

COUNTRY: Brazil; Germany: Westphalia; Lebanon; U.K.: England; U.S.A.: South Dakota;

 

 

Hay, Oliver Perry 1904. On an important but not well-known locality furnishing Cretaceous fishes. {Abstract}. Science n.s. Vol. 17: 219

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: fishes

COUNTRY: South Dakota;

 

 

Hay, Oliver Perry 1904. On an important but not well-known locality furnishing Cretaceous fishes. Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer. Vol. 14: 542

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: fishes

COUNTRY: South Dakota;

 

 

Hay, O. P. 1929. Second Bibliography and Catalogue of the Fossil Vertebrata of North America. Washington, D.C. Carnegie Institute. Vol. 1:1-916 pp.

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous

 

 

Hays, I. 1830. Description of a fragment of the head of a new fossil animal discovered in a marl pit near Moorestown, New Jersey. Trans. Amer. Philos. Soc. Vol. 3(Series 2): 471-477

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Saurocephalidae

Genera/Species: Saurodon leanus Hays, 1830, p. 475, plate 16;

COUNTRY: New Jersey

 

 

Heckert, A. B. 2004. Late Triassic microvertebrates from the lower Chinle Group (Otischalkian-Adamaina: Carnian), southwestern U.S.A. New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science Bulletin. Vol. 27: 1-170

MFNA-TL-WI;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late-Carnian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acrodontidae Casier, 1959; Actinistia Cope, 1871; Actinopterygii Klein, 1885; Ceratodontidae Gill, 1872; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Coelacanthidae Agassiz, 1843; Coelacanthidae Berg, 1937 {sic, p. 26, wrong author,=Agassiz, 1843}; Coelacanthiformes Berg, 1937; Coelacanthoidei Berg, 1937; Colobodontidae Stensio, 1916; Dipnoi MŸller, 1844; Elasmobranchi (sic) Bonaparte, 1838 IN: Heckert, 2004; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838; Euselachii Hay, 1902; Halecostomi Regan, 1923; Hybodontidae Owen, 1846; Hybodontoidea Zangerl, 1981; Lonchidiidae Herman, 1977; Osteichthyes Huxley, 1880; Palaeoniscidae Vogt, 1852; Palaeonisciformes Hay, 1902; Perleididae; Perleidiformes Berg, 1937; Polyacrodontidae; Redfieldiidae Berg, 1940; Redfieldiiformes Berg, 1940; Sarcopterygii Romer, 1955; Semionotidae Woodward, 1890; Semionotiformes Arambourg & Bertin, 1958; Xenacanthidae Fritsch, 1889; Xenacanthiformes Berg, 1955;

Genera/Species: Acrodus Agassiz, 1837; Arganodus Martin, 1979; Arganodus atlantis Martin; Arganodus dorotheae (Case, 1921); cf. Australosomus; Ceratodus; Ceratodus dorotheae (Case, 1921); Cionichthys; Diplodus moorei Woodward; Diplolonchidion Heckert, 2004; Diplolonchidion murryi Heckert, 2004; Diplolissodus murryi Heckert, 2002b; Hybodus Agassiz, 1837; Lasalichthys; Lissodus Brough, 1935; Lissodus lacustris (Gebhardt, 1988); Lissodus lepagei Duffin, 1993; Lonchidion Estes, 1964; Lonchidion humblei Murry, 1981; Parvodus Rees & Underwood, 2002; Phoebodus; Pleuracanthus; Pleuracanthus parvidensI Woodward; Polyacrodus contrarius; Reticulodus synergus; Synechodus multinodosus; Synorichthys; cf. Turseodus; Vectiselachos Rees & Underwood, 2002; "Xenacanthus" Beyrich, 1848; "Xenacanthus" moorei (Woodward, 1889);

Formation: Bluewater Creek Fm.; Bull Canyon Fm.; Chinle Group; Colorado City Fm.; Petrified Forest Fm.; San Pedro Arroyo Fm.; Sloan Canyon Fm.; Tecovas Fm.;

COUNTRY: Australia; USA: Arizona; New Mexico; Texas;

 

 

Heckert, A. B.; Harris, J. D.; Lucas, S. G.; Zeigler, K. E. 2000. Additions to the fauna of the Upper Triassic Snyder Quarry, Petrified Forest Formation (Revueltian: Early-Mid Norian), north-central New Mexico. {Abstract}. New Mexico Geological Society Proceedings. Vol. 2000

MFNA-TL-WI

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late-Norian

Genera/Species: Semionotus Agassiz, 1832

COUNTRY: New Mexico

 

 

Heckert, A. B.; Ivanov, A.; Lucas, S. G. 2007. Dental morphology of the hybodontoid shark Lonchidion humblei Murry from the Upper Triassic Chinle Group, USA. IN: Lucas, S. G.; Spielmann, J. A. (eds.). The Global Triassic. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin. Vol. 41: 45-48

MFNA-TL-WI;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: hybodontoid; shark;

Genera/Species: Lissodus africanus (Broom); Lissodus angulatus Stensiš; Lissodus johnsonorum Miller & Kirkland, 2006; Lissodus nodosus (Seilacher); Lonchidion breve Patterson, 1966; Lonchidion humblei Murry;

Formation: Blue Mesa Interval; Bluewater Creek; Bull Canyon; Chinle Group; Colorado City Fm.; Moss Back Interval; Owl Rock; Paired Desert Member; Redonda; Rock Point Interval; San Pedro Arroyo; Sloan Canyon; Sonsela; Tecovas Fm.;

COUNTRY: USA: Arizona; New Mexico; Texas;

 

 

Heckert, A. B.; Jenkins, H. S. 2005. The microvertebrate fauna of the Upper Triassic (Revueltian) Snyder quarry, north-central New Mexico. New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook. Vol. 56: 319-334

MFNA-T;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: fish

Formation: Snyder Quarry;

COUNTRY: USA: New Mexico;

 

 

Heckert, A. B., Lucas, S. G.,; Krzyzanowski, S. E. 2003. Vertebrate fauna of the late Campanian (Judithian) Fort Crittenden Formation, and the age of Cretaceous vertebrate faunas of southeastern Arizona (U.S.A.). N. Jb. Geol. PalŠont. Mh. Vol. 227(3): 343-364

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Judithian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: amiid; elopiform; Lepisosteidae; Pycnodontidae;

Genera/Species: Lepisosteus; Melvius; Myledaphus bipartitus (McCord & Tegowski, 1996); Pachyrhizodus;

Formation: Fort Crittenden Fm.; Ringbone Fm.; Turney Ranch Fm.;

COUNTRY: Mexico; USA: Arizona;

 

 

Heckert, A. B.; Lucas, S. G. 2002. The microfauna of the Upper Triassic Ojo Huelos Member, San Pedro Arroyo Formation, Central New Mexico. New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science Bulletin. Vol. 21: 77-86

MFNA-T

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Actinopterygii Klein, 1885; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte, 1838; Euselachii Hay, 1902; Halecostomi Regan, 1923; Hybodontoidea Zangerl, 1981; Osteichthyes Huxley, 1880; Polyacrodontidae GlŸckman, 1964; Redfieldiidae Berg, 1940; Redfieldiformes Berg, 1940; Semionotidae Woodward, 1890; Semionotiformes Arambourg & Bertin, 1958;

Genera/Species: Cionichthyes; Complaniccorona glabora Johns, et ali, 1987; Lasalichthyes; Lissodus Brough, 1935; Lissodus africanus; Lissodus humblei (Murry, 1981); Lissodus microselachos (Estes & Sanchiz); Lissodus nodosus; Lonchidion Estes, 1964; Synorichthyes;

Formation: San Pedro Arroyo Fm.;

COUNTRY: Canada: British Columbia; USA: New Mexico;

 

 

Heckert, A. B.; Lucas, S. G. 2006. Micro- and small vertebrate biostratigraphy and biochronology of the Upper Triassic Chinle Group, Southwestern USA. pp. 94-104. IN: Harris et al. (eds.). The Triassic-Jurassic Terrestrial Transition. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin. New Mexico Museum of Natural History. Vol. 37

MFNA-T

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acrodontinae Maisey; Actinistia Cope, 1871; Actinopterygii Klein; Ceratodontidae Gill, 1872; Chondrichthyes Huxley, 1880; Dipnoi MŸller, 1845; Elasmobranchii Bonaparte; Hybodontidae Owen, 1845; Hybodontoidea Zangerl, 1981; Osteichthyes Huxley, 1880; Polyacrodontidae Glickman, 1964; Sarcopterygii Romer, 1955; Xenacanthidae Fritsch, 1889; Xenacanthiformes Berg, 1940;

Genera/Species: Arganodus; Arganodus dorotheae (Case); Diplolonchidion murryi Heckert; Lissodus Brough; Lissodus humblei Murry; Lonchidion; Reticulodus synergus Murry & Kirby; Triodus Jordan; "Triodus" moorei (Woodward); "Xenacanthus" moorei;

Formation: Blue Mesa Member; Bluewater Creek Fm.; Bull Canyon Fm.; Chinle Group; Colorado City Fm.; Garita Creek Fm.; Newark Supergroup; Owl Rock Fm.; Petrified Forest Fm.; Redonda Fm.; Rock Point Fm.; San Pedro Arroyo Fm.; Santa Rosa Fm.; Sloan Canyon Fm.; Tecovas Fm.;

COUNTRY: USA: Arizona; New Mexico; Texas; Utah;

 

 

Henrichsen, I. G. C. 1970. A catalogue of fossil vertebrates in the Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh. Part One / Actinopterygii. Royal Scottish Museum Information Series, Geology. Vol. 1: 1-102

MFNA

Genera/Species: Semionotus

 

 

Hermus, C. R.; Wilson, M. V. H. 2001. A new species of Erichalcis from Arctic Canada, with a revised diagnosis of the genus. p. 41. IN: Tintori, Andrea (ed.). UNIMI. III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.

MFNA-CE-AC;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Clupeomorpha;

Genera/Species: Erichalcis arcta;

Formation: Christopher Fm.;

COUNTRY: Canada;

 

 

Hermus, C. R.; Wilson, M. V. H.; Macrae, A. 2004. A new species of the Cretaceous teleostean fish Erichalcis from Arctic Canada, with a revised diagnosis of the genus. Pp. 449-461. 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.

MFNA-CE-AC;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early-Albian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Clupeomorpha Greenwood, et al., 1966; Clupeiformes Greenwood, et al., 1966; Euteleostei Greenwood et al., 1967; Teleostei MŸller, 1844;

Genera/Species: Erichalcis Forey, 1975; Erichalcis arcta Forey, 1975; Erichalcis conspicua Hermus, Wilson, & Macrae, 2004;

Formation: Christopher Fm.;

COUNTRY: Canada: Nunavut Territory;

 

 

Herzog, A. 2001. Phylogenetic analyse of Eoeugnathus megalepis Brough, 1939. p. 42. IN: Tintori, Andrea (ed.). UNIMI. III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.

MFNA-TM,

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic Middle-Ladinian

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Eugnathidae; Caturidae; Parasemionotidae;

Genera/Species: Parasemionotus labordei; Watsonulus eugnathoides; Eoeugnathus megalepis;

Formation: Prosanto Fm.

COUNTRY: Switzerland

 

 

Herzog, A.; BŸrgin, T. 2005. A new species of the genus Besania Brough 1939 from the Middle Triassic of Canton Grisons (Switzerland) with a discussion of the phylogenetic status of the taxon. Eclogae geol. Helv. Vol. 98: 113-122

MFNA-T;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acipsenseroidea; Actinopterygii Cope, 1887; Chondrostei; Halecostomi Patterson, 1973; Holostei; Luganoiidae Brough, 1939; Macrosemiidae; Osteichthyes Huxley, 1880; Paleoniscoidea; Perleidiformes Berg, 1937; Polypterini; Pycnodontiformes; Subholostei; Teleostei;

Genera/Species: Acentrophorus; Aphanepygus; Besania Brough, 1939; Besania micrognathus Brough, 1939; Besania schaufelbegeri Herzog & BŸrgin, 2005; Hulettia; Leptolepis; Luganoia; Luganoia lepidosteoides Brough, 1939; Macrosemius; Pholidoctenus; Prohalecites; Prohalecites porroi;

Formation: Prosanto Fm.;

COUNTRY: Italy; Switzerland;

 

 

Hesse, C. J. 1935. Semionotus cf. gigas from the Triassic of Zion Park, Utah. American Journal of Science. Vol. 29(174): 526-531

MFNA-JE-UW;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic {actually Lower Jurassic according to Huber et al. 1993.}; Jurassic-Jurassic Early;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Semionotidae;

Genera/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: Canada: Alberta; USA: California; Idaho; Massachusetts; Nevada; Pennsylvania; South Dakota; Utah; Virginia;

 

 

Hesse, C. J. 1936. Triassic fish fauna of Western North America. Proceedings of the Geological Society of America. Vol. 1935: 417

MFNA-JE-UW;

Geologic Age: Triassic-Triassic {= Lower Jurassic [Moenave Fm. now considered to be Lower Jurassic according to Huber et al. 1993]}; Jurassic-Jurassic Early;

Genera/Species: Semionotus cf. gigas

Formation: Moenave Fm.;

COUNTRY: USA:

 

 

Hibbard, C. W. 1939. A new Pycnodont fish from the Upeer Cretaceous of Russell County, Kansas. University of Kansas Science Bulletin. Vol. 26(9): 373-375

MFNA-CL-TU;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous=Cretaceous Late-Turonian;

Genera/Species: Coelodus; Coelodus gyrodoides Egerton; Coelodus stantoni Williston; Coelodus streckeri Hibbard, 1939, p. 373;

Formation: Carlile Shale; Kiowa Shales;

COUNTRY: U.S.A.: Kansas; Oklahoma; Texas;

 

 

Hibbard, C. W. 1942. A new chimaeroid fish from the Niobrara Cretaceous of Logan County, Kansas. Bulletin of the University of Kansas. Vol. 28: 237-240, 4 figs.

MFNA-CL-KC

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late

Formation: Niobrara

COUNTRY: Logan County, Kansas

 

 

Hibbard, C. W.; Graffham, A. 1941. A new pycnodont fish from the Upper Cretaceous of Rooks County, Kansas. Bulletin of the University of Kansas. Vol. 27: 71-77, 1 fig., 1 pl.

MFNA-CL

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late

COUNTRY: Rooks County, Kansas

 

 

Hill, Robert T. 1901. Geography and geology of the Block and Grand Prairies, Texas. Ann. Rept. U. S. Geol. Survey. Vol. 21(7): p. 159. Pl. 24.

MFNA-C

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: fishes

Genera/Species: Macrepistius arenatus Cope

Formation: in Comanche beds of the Cretaceous, p. 159. Pl. 24. Texas

COUNTRY: Texas

 

 

Hills, L. V.; Nicholls, E. L.; Nœ–ez-Betelu L. (K.) M.; McIntyre, D. J. 1999. Hesperornis (Aves) from Ellesmere Island and palynological correlation of known Canadian localities. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. Vol. 36: 1583-1588

MFNA-CL-TU;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Cenomanian/Turonian; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late-Campanian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: sharks

Genera/Species: sharks; Xiphactinus;

Formation: Kanguk

COUNTRY: Canada: Ellesmere Island

 

 

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. Vol. 3(19): 490

MFNA-TL-WI, MFNA-J,

Geologic Age: Triassic, Jurassic

Higher Taxonomic Rank: fishes

Genera/Species: Catopterus gracilis

Formation: Chinle (Dolores) Fm.

COUNTRY: Colorado, near San Miguel

 

 

Hilton, E.; Grande, L. 2003. The fossil record of sturgeons (Actinopterygii: Acipenseriformes: Acipenseridae). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 23(Supplement to Number 3)

MFNA-CL-FL,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acipenseridae

Genera/Species: Acipenser albertensis; Acipenser cruciferus; Acipenser ornatus; Protoscaphirhynchus;

Formation: Judith River Fm.; Hell Creek Fm.; Tullock Fm.;

COUNTRY: Montana; North America

 

 

Hilton, E. J. 1999. Variation of the "tongue-bite" osteoglossomorph fishes (Teleostei). p. 44. IN: Ahlberg, Per (ed.). Major events in Early Vertebrate Evolution: Palaeontology, Phylogeny and Development. A joint systematics Association/Natural History Museum meeting 8-9 April 1999. London, England, United Kingdom. Natural History Museum (London): 62 pp.

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: osteoglossomorph

 

 

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. Vol. 2002(2): 539-542

MFNA-T; MFNA-J; MFNA-CE; MFNA-CL-LM;

Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late; Triassic-Triassic Middle/Early;

Higher Taxonomic Rank:  Pholidophoriformes; polypteriform;  Pycnodontiformes;  Semionotidae;  Pachycormiformes;  Aspidorhynchiformes;  Judeichthyidae; Chanidae;  Sphenocephalidae;  perleidids;

Genera/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: Germany; Brazil; Israel; Utah; Australia; Africa; North America; China; Madagascar; Mexico;

 

 

Hilton, E. J. 2002. Phylogeny of osteoglossomorph fishes based on comparative osteology. p. 171. IN: Program book and abstracts. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists. American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists 82nd annual meeting. University of Kansas at the Westin Crown Center Hotel in Kansas City, Missouri. July 3 through July 8, 2002. Vol. 2002

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Mormyridae; Osteoglossamorpha;

Genera/Species: Lycoptera; Ostariostoma;

 

 

Hilton, E. J. 2005. The sister-group of Acipenserifomes: a review of possible candidates. pp. 127-131. IN: Poyato-Ariza, Francisco JosŽ (editor). 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.

MFNA-J; MFNA-CE; MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Late;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acipenseridae; Acipenseriformes;  Chondrosteidae; chondrostei;  Peipiaosteidae; Polyodontidae;

Genera/Species:  Birgeria;  Boreosomus;  Cheirolepis; chondrosteus acipenseroides Coccolepis;  Moythomasia;  Pteronisculus;  Saurichthys;

COUNTRY: U.K.: England;

 

 

Hilton, E. J. 2005. Observations on the skulls of sturgeons (Acipenseridae): shared similarities of Pseudoscaphirhynchus karufmanni and juvenile specimens of Acipenser stellatusi. Environmental Biology of Fishes. Vol. 72: 135-144

Pseudoscaphirhynchus karufmanni and juvenile specimens of Acipenser stellatusi

MFNA

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acipenseriformes; Chondrosteidae; Peipiaosteidae;

 

 

Hilton, E. J.; Bemis, W. E. 1999. Skeletal variation in shortnose sturgeon (Acipsenser brevirostrum) from the Connecticut River: implications for comparative osteological studies of fossil and living fishes pp. 69-94. IN: Arratia, Gloria, and Schultze, Hans-Peter (eds.). Mesozoic Fishes 2: Systematics and the Fossil Record. Proceedings of the International Meeting Buckow, 1997. MŸnchen, Deutschland. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil. 604 pp.

MFNA

 

 

Hilton, E. J.; Grande, L. 2001. Morphology of  Coccolepis bucklandi Agassiz (Actinopterygii) from Solnhofen. p. 43. IN: Tintori, Andrea (ed.). UNIMI. III International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Serpiano - Monte San Giorgio (TI-CH) --- 26-31 August 2001. 78 pp.

MFNA-J

Geologic Age: Jurassic

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Chondrostei

Genera/Species:  Coccolepis bucklandi Agassiz

Formation: Solnhofen

COUNTRY: Germany

 

 

Hilton, E. J.; Grande, L. 2001. Ostology of Eohiodon (Teleostei: Hiodontiformes), based on new acid-prepared specimens from the Green River Formation (Eocene), Wyoming. 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. Vol. 21(Supplement to Number 3.): 61A-62A

MFNA-CE,

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Middle; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Hiodontidae

Genera/Species: Plesiolycoptera; Yanbiania;

COUNTRY: China

 

 

Hilton, E. J.; Grande, L. 2006. Review of the fossil record of sturgeons, family Acipenseridae (Actinopterygii: Acipenseriformes), from North America. Journal of Paleontology. Vol. 80(4): 672-683

MFNA-CE; MFNA-CL;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretceous Late-Santonian; Cretaceous-Cretceous Late-Campanian; Cretaceous-Cretceous Late-Maastrichtian;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Acipenseridae Bonaparte, 1831 (sic Grande & Hilton, 2006, p. 673); Acipenseriformes Berg, 1940; Actinopteri Cope, 1871; Actinopterygii Cope, 1887; Chondrostei MŸller, 1844; Osteichthyes Huxley, 1880; Polyodontidae;

Genera/Species: Acipenser Linneaus; Acipenser albertensis Lambe, 1902; Acipenser eruciferas (Cope, 1876); Ceratodus hieroglyphus Cope, 1876; Hadrodus hewletti (Applegate, 1970); Paleopsephurus wilsoni MacAlpin, 1941; Propenser hewletti Applegate, 1970. p. 399; Protopsephurus Lu, 1994; Protoscaphirhynchus Wilimovsky, 1956; Protoscaphirhynchus squamosus Wilimovsky, 1956, p. 1207; Rhineastes eruciferus (Cope, 1876);

Formation: Dinosaur Prk Fm.; Foremost Fm.; Fruitland Fm.; Hell Creek Fm.; Horseshoe Canyon Fm.; Judith River Fm.; Lance Fm.; Marshalltown Fm.; Mason River Fm.; Merchantville Fm.; Mesaverde Fm.; Milk River Fm.; Oldman Fm.; Prince Creek Fm.; Selma Fm.; Tullock Fm.; Williams fork Fm.;

COUNTRY: CANADA: Alberta; Northwest Territories; Saskatchewan; China; USA: Alabama; Alaska; Colorado; Delaware; Montana; New Jersey; New Mexico; Wyoming;

 

 

Hilton, E. J.; Grande, L. 2008. Fossil Mooneyes (Teleostei: Hiodontiformes, Hiodontidae) from the Eocene of western North America, with a reassessment of their taxonomy. pp. 221-251. IN: Cavin, L.; Longbottom, A.; Richter, M. (eds.). Fishes and the Break-up of Pangaea. City: London, England, U.K. Geological Society Special Publications. No. 295. 1-372 pp.

MFNA-CE;

Geologic Age: Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: Hiodontidae; Osteoglossamorpha;

Genera/Species: Jiaohichthys Ma, 1983; Plesiolycoptera Chang & Chou, 1976; Yanbiana Li, 1987; [Referred to wrong museum catalogue number: UALVP21314 = Amyzon sp., (sic Hilton & Grande (2008) p. 222, should have been UALVP41213 = Hiodon (Eohiodon) woodruffi), UALVP22905 sic Hilton & Grande, 2008, Ref. to p. 224, 2nd column, incorrectly cited as Eohiodon woodruffi, UALVP22905 = identified as Eohiodon rosei in UALVP Mimsy Catalogue, incorrectly cited as Eohiodon woodruffi; on p. 228, 1st column & 2nd column];

 

 

Hilton, E. J.; Grande, L.; Bemis, W. E. 2004. Morphology of  Coccolepis bucklandi Agassiz, 1843 (Actinopterygii,  Coccolepidae) from the Solnhofen Lithographic Limestone deposits (Upper Jurassic, Germany). pp. 209-238. 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-J; MFNA-CE;

Geologic Age: Jurassic-Jurassic Early; Jurassic-Jurassic Late; Cretaceous-Cretaceous Early;

Higher Taxonomic Rank: 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/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;