Anomotodon sheppeyensis

(Casier, 1966)


Classification: Elasmobranchii Lamniformes Mitsukurinidae

Reference of the original description
Casier, E. (1966)
Faune ichthyologique du London Clay. Trustees of the British Museum: 496 pp., 82 fig., 68 pl.

Synonyms / new combinations and misspellings
Anomotodon aff. sheppeyensis, Anomotodon cf. sheppeyensis, Oxyrhina sheppeyensis

Types
Anomotodon sheppeyensis



Description:


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Faune ichthyologique du London Clay. Trustees of the British Museum: 496 pp., 82 fig., 68 pl.