Glikmanius myachkovensis

(Lebedev, 2001)


Classification: Elasmobranchii Ctenacanthiformes Ctenacanthidae

Reference of the original description
Lebedev, O.A. (2001)
(Vertebrates.) In: Makhlina, M. Kh., Alekseev, A. S., Goreva, N. V., Gorjunova, R. V., Isakova, T. N., Kos­sovaya, O. L., Lazarev, S. S., Lebedev, O. A. and Shkolin, A. A.(eds.), Srednij karbon Moskovskoy sineklizy(yuzhnaya chast'). Tom 2. Paleontologicheskaya kharakteristika, p. 196–201.(Nauchnyj mir), Moscow. [In Russian.]

Synonyms / new combinations and misspellings
Glikmanius cf. myachkovensis, Symmorium myachkovensis

Types
Glikmanius myachkovensis



Description:


Citation: Glikmanius myachkovensis (Lebedev, 2001): In: Database of fossil elasmobranch teeth www.shark-references.com, World Wide Web electronic publication, Version 12/2021

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(Vertebrates.) In: Makhlina, M. Kh., Alekseev, A. S., Goreva, N. V., Gorjunova, R. V., Isakova, T. N., Kos­sovaya, O. L., Lazarev, S. S., Lebedev, O. A. and Shkolin, A. A.(eds.), Srednij karbon Moskovskoy sineklizy(yuzhnaya chast'). Tom 2. Paleontologicheskaya kharakteristika, p. 196–201.(Nauchnyj mir), Moscow. [In Russian.]