Abdounia furimskyi

(Case, 1980)


Classification: Elasmobranchii Carcharhiniformes Carcharhinidae

Reference of the original description
Case, G.R. (1980)
A selachian fauna from the Trent Formation, Lower Miocene (Aquitanian) of Eastern North Carolina. Palaeontographica, Abt. A, 171(1–3), 75–103

Synonyms / new combinations and misspellings
Abdounia aff. furimskyi, Negaprion furimskyi

Types
Abdounia furimskyi

Negaprion furimskyi
Holotype: AMNH.: 9618; Paratype: AMNH.: 9615; AMNH.: 9616; AMNH.: 9617; AMNH.: 9619; AMNH.: 9661;


Description:


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Description
Original diagnose after Case (1980) p. 88 [390]: Teeth range in size 1 cm in height, central cusp on all teeth devoid demiculation, but each tooth (anterior as well as lateral) with or without an unpronounced or vestigial "cusplet" on one or both sides of the tooth.

References
González-Barba, G. (2008)
Descripción de la asociación faunistica de elasmobranquios fósiles del conglomerado basal en las formaciones San Gregorio y el Cien (Oligoceno Temprano) de Baja California Sur, México. PhD Thesis, La Paz, Baja California Sur, México, Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas. xiii, 226 p
Mustafa, H.A. & Zalmout, I.S. (2002)
Elasmobranchs from the late Eocene Wadi Esh-Shallala Formation of Qa'Faydat ad Dahikiya, east Jordan. Tertiary Research, 21(1–4): 77–94
Mustafa, H.A. & Zalmout, I.S. (1999)
Elasmobranch fossils from the late Eocene of the Wadi Esh-Shallala Formation, Qa'Faydat ad Dahikiya, east Jordan [Abstract]. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 19(Supplement to Number 3), 66A
Kruckow, T. & Thies, D. (1990)
Die Neoselachier der Paleokaribik (Pisces: Elasmobranchii). Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, 119: 1–102
Case, G.R. (1980)
A selachian fauna from the Trent Formation, Lower Miocene (Aquitanian) of Eastern North Carolina. Palaeontographica, Abt. A, 171(1–3), 75–103