Abdounia enniskilleni

(White, 1956)

Classification: Elasmobranchii Carcharhiniformes Carcharhinidae

Reference of the original description
White, E.I. (1956)
The Eocene fishes of Alabama. Bulletins of American Paleontology, 36(156), 123–150

Synonyms / new combinations and misspellings
Scyliorhinus enniskilleni

Abdounia enniskilleni


Citation: Abdounia enniskilleni (White, 1956): In: Database of fossil elasmobranch teeth www.shark-references.com, World Wide Web electronic publication, Version 12/2022

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