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CAPPETTA, H. (1969)
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CAPPETTA, H. (1972)
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CAPPETTA, H. (1973)
Selachians from the Carlile Shale (Turonian) of South Dakota. Journal of Paleontology, 47 (3): 504–514, 3 fig., 3 pl.
CAPPETTA, H. (1974)
Sclerorhynchidae nov. fam., Pristidae et Pristiophoridae: un exemple de parallélisme chez les Sélaciens. Comptes Rendus hebdomadaires des séances de l'Academie des Sciences, 278: 225–228, 1 pl.
CAPPETTA, H. (1975)
Sur quelques sélaciens nouveaux du Crétacé supérieur de Bolivie (Amérique du Sud). Géobios, 8 (1): 5–24, 8 fig.
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CAPPETTA, H. (1975)
Ptychotrygon vermiculata nov. sp., sélacien nouveau du Campanien du New Jersey (U.S.A.). Compte Rendu sommaire des Société Géologique de France, 5: 164–166, 1 fig.
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Les Sélaciens éocènes du Monte-Bolca. I - Les Carcharhinidae. Miscellanea Paleontologica. Studi e ricerche sui giacimenti Terziari di Bolca, 2: 279–305, 12 fig., pl. 1–8.
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Sélaciens et Holocéphale du Gargasien de la région de Gargas (Vaucluse). Géologie méditerranéenne, 2 (3): 115–134, 10 fig., 2pl.
CAPPETTA, H. (1975)
Les Sélaciens miocènes du Midi de la France. Répartitions stratigraphique et bathymétrique. 3ème Réunion annuelle des Sciences de la Terre, Montpellier: 90
CAPPETTA, H. (1976)
Sélaciens nouveaux du London Clay de l'Essex (Yprésien du Bassin de Londres). Géobios, 9 (5): 551–575, 1 fig., 1 tabl., 4 pl.
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CAPPETTA, H. (1977)
Observations sur quelques sélaciens du Crétacé supérieur d'Angleterre avec la description d'un genre nouveau. Géobios, 10 (3): 479–485, 1 fig., 1 pl.
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CAPPETTA, H. (1977)
Sélaciens nouveaux de l'Albien supérieur de Wissant (Pas-de-Calais). Géobios, 10 (6): 967–973, 1 pl.
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CAPPETTA, H. (1980)
Modification du statut générique de quelques espèces de sélaciens crétacés et tertiaires. Palaeovertebrata, 10 (1): 29–42, 6 fig.
CAPPETTA, H. (1980)
Les Sélaciens du Crétacé supérieur du Liban. I. Requins. Palaeontographica, Abt. A, 168 (1–4): 69–148, 33 fig., 24 pl.
CAPPETTA, H. (1980)
Les Sélaciens du Crétacé supérieur du Liban. II. Batoïdes. Palaeontographica, Abt. A, 168 (5–6): 149–229, 26 fig., 21 pl.
CAPPETTA, H. (1981)
Sur la découverte des genres Ischyrhiza et Ptychotrygon (Selachii, Batomorphii) dans le Crétacé supérieur de Vendée (France). Géobios, 14 (6): 807–712, 1 pl.
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CAPPETTA, H. (1981)
Additions à la faune de sélaciens fossiles du Maroc. 1: Sur la présence des genres Heptranchias, Alopias et Odontorhytis dans l'Yprésien des Ouled Abdoun. Géobios, 14 (5): 563–575, 3 fig., 1 pl.
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CAPPETTA, H. (1982)
Révision de Cestracion duponti WlNKLER, 1874 (Selachii, Batomorphii) du Bruxellien de Woluwe-Saint-Lambert (Eocène moyen de Belgique). Mededelingen Van De Werkgroep Voor Tertiaire En Kwartaire Geologie, 19 (4): 113–125, 3 pl.
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CAPPETTA, H. (1983)
Additions à la faune de sélaciens fossiles du Maroc. 2: Révision de Raja praealba ARAMBOURG, 1952, espèce de l'Yprésien des Ouled Abdoun. Tertiary Research, 5 (1): 1–8, 2 pl.
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Découverte du genre Gymnura (Batomorphii, Myliobatiformes) dans le Thanétien des Ouled Abdoun, Maroc. Observations sur la denture de quelques espèces actuelles. Géobios, 17 (5): 631–635,1 fig., 1 pl.
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CAPPETTA, H. (1984)
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Sur une nouvelle espèce de Burnhamia (Batomorphii, Mobulidae) de l'Yprésien des Oules Abdoun, Maroc. Tertiary Research, 7 (1): 27–33, 1 fig., 1 pl.
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CAPPETTA, H. (1986)
Un nouveau genre de sélacien (Batomorphii, Myliobatiformes) de l'Yprésien des Ouled Abdoun, Maroc. Géobios, 19 (5): 635–640, 1 pl.
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CAPPETTA, H. (1986)
Myliobatidae nouveaux (Neoselachii, Batomorphii) de l'Yprésien des Ouled Abdoun, Maroc. Geologica et Palaeontologica, 20: 185–207, 9 fig., 4 pl.
CAPPETTA, H. (1987)
Extinctions et renouvellements fauniques chez les Sélaciens postjurassiques. Mémoires de la Société géologique de France, N.S., 150: 113–131, 11 fig.
CAPPETTA, H. (1987)
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CAPPETTA, H. (1988)
The shark teeth of the Paris Basin and the shark teeth of the Armorican Massif. Geologisches Jahrbuch, Reihe A, 100: 390–391, fig. 233–234.
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Les Torpédiniformes (Neoselachii, Batomorphii) des phosphates du Maroc. Observations sur la denture des genres actuels. Tertiary Research, 10 (1): 21–52, 7 fig., 7 pl.
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Sélaciens nouveaux ou peu connus du Crétacé supérieur du Maroc. Mesozoic Research, 2 (1): 11–23, 6 fig., 3 pl.
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Hexanchiforme nouveau (Neoselachii) du Crétacé inférieur du Sud de la France. Palaeovertebrata, 20 (1): 33–54, 11 fig., 3 pl.
CAPPETTA, H. (1990)
Echinorhinidae nouveau (Neoselachii, Squaliformes) du Crétacé supérieur du Negev (Israël). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Palaontologie, Monatshefte, 1990 (12): 741–749, 5 fig.
CAPPETTA, H. (1991)
Late Cretaceous selachian faunas from Bolivia: new data and summary. Revista Tecnica de Yacimientos Petroliferos Fiscales Bolivianos, 12 (3–4): 435–440
CAPPETTA, H. (1991)
Découverte de nouvelles faunes de sélaciens (Neoselachii) dans les phosphates maastrichtiens de la Mer Rouge, Egypte. Münchner Geowissenschaftliche Abhandlungen, (A), 19: 17–56, 2 fig., 1 tab., 10 pl.
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New observations on the pataeospinacid dentition (Neoselachii, Palaeospinacidae). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Monatshefte, 1992 (9): 565–570
CAPPETTA, H. (1992)
Carcharhiniformes nouveaux (Chondrichthyes, Neoselachii) de l'Yprésien du Bassin de Paris. Géobios, 25 (5): 639–646, 1 pl.
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CAPPETTA, H. (2000)
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CAPPETTA, H. (2004)
Sur une nouvelle espèce de Ptychotrygon (Neoselachii: Rajiformes) du Turonien supérieur de Touraine, France. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Palaontologie, Monatshefte, 2004 (1): 41–52, fig. 1–7.
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Découverte du genre actuel Trigonognathus (Squaliformes: Etmopteridae) dans le Lutétien des Landes (sud-ouest de la France). Remarques sur la denture de l'espèce actuelle Trigonognathus kabeyai. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 74 (4): 575–581, 4 fig.
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CAPPETTA, H. & BUFFETAUT, E. & CUNY, G. & SUTEETHORN, V. (2006)
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A new hybodont shark from the Lower Cretaceous of Thailand. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Monatshefte, 1990 (11): 659–666, 2 fig.
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Contribution à l'étude des Sélaciens du groupe Monmouth (Campanien-Maestrichtien) du New Jersey. Palaeontographica, Abt. A, 151 (1–3): 1–46, 11 fig., 3 tabl., 9 pl.
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Sélaciens nouveaux du Crétacé du Texas. Géobios, 8 (4): 303–307, 6 fig.
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CAPPETTA, H. & CORRAL, J.C. (1999)
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CAPPETTA, H. & DUFFIN, C.J. & ZIDEK, J. (1993)
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CAPPETTA, H. & GRANIER, J. & LEDOUX, J.-C. (1967)
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CAPPETTA, H. & GREGOROVÁ, R. & ADNET, S. (2016)
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