C. J. Underwood et al. 1999

Full reference
C. J. Underwood, S. F. Michell, and K. J. Veltkamp. 1999. Shark and Ray teeth from the Hauterivian (Lower Cretaceous) of north-east England. Palaeontology 42(2):287-302 [M. Aberhan/S. Nurnberg/S. Nurnberg]
Metadata
ID number:  18982
Created:  2006-10-09 05:47:32
Modified:  2006-10-09 08:00:30
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (13) - view classification
'Carcharhiniformes is corrected as Carchariniformes and belongs to Elasmobranchii' according to C. J. Underwood et al. 1999
'Cederstroemia belongs to Batoidea' according to C. J. Underwood et al. 1999
'Cretascyllium belongs to Batoidea' according to C. J. Underwood et al. 1999
'Cretorectolobus belongs to Orectolobiformes' according to C. J. Underwood et al. 1999
'Dasyatis belongs to Myliobatiformes' according to C. J. Underwood et al. 1999
'Orectolobiformes belongs to Elasmobranchii' according to C. J. Underwood et al. 1999
'Palaeobrachaelurus belongs to Batoidea' according to C. J. Underwood et al. 1999
'Spathobatis belongs to Batoidea' according to C. J. Underwood et al. 1999
'Squatirhina belongs to Batoidea' according to C. J. Underwood et al. 1999
'Synechodontiformes belongs to Elasmobranchii' according to C. J. Underwood et al. 1999
'Synechodus belongs to Synechodontiformes' according to C. J. Underwood et al. 1999
'Triakidae belongs to Carchariniformes' according to C. J. Underwood et al. 1999
'Turoniabatis belongs to Myliobatiformes' according to C. J. Underwood et al. 1999
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