Ostenoselache stenosoma n. g. n. sp., a new neoselachian shark from the Sinemurian (Early Jurassic) of Osteno (Lombardy, Italy)

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Società italiana di scienze naturali, Museo civico di storia naturale di Milano , Milano
Ostenoselache stenosoma -- Italy -- Osteno., Paleontology -- Jurassic., Sharks, Fossil -- Italy -- Os

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StatementChristopher J. Duffin.
SeriesPaleontologia lombarda,, nuova serie, v. 9
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE852.C52 D84 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination27 p., 12 p. of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL482778M
LC Control Number98210553

PDF | On Jan 1,Christopher Duffin and others published Ostenoselache stenosoma n.g.,a new neoselachian shark from the Sinemurian (Early Jurassic) of Author: Christopher Duffin. Ostenocaris lived during the Sinemurian age of the Lower Jurassic), and has been found in rocks at two sites in the Italian Lombardische Kieselkalk formation is known for its good preservation, with fossils of annelids, fishes, and plants.

ReferencesKingdom: Animalia. Arduini P., Pinna G., Teruzzi G., — Megaderaion sinemuriense n.g.a new fossil enteropneust of the Sinemurian of Osteno in Lombardy.

Atti della Società Italiana di Scienze Naturale e del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Milano, –Author: Giovanni Pinna. Duffin C.J. Ostenoselache stenosoma n.

sp., a new neoselachian shark from the Sinemurian (Early Jurassic) of Osteno (Lombardy, Italy). Paleontologia Lombarda (nuova serie) 9: 3– Duffin C.J. & Ward D.J.

Neoselachian sharks’ teeth from the Lower Carboniferous of Britain and the Lower Permian of the by: 3. vertebrate coprolites and related trace fossils Ostenoselache stenosoma n.g.,a new neoselachian.

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