Hexanchus gracilis

(DAVIS, 1887)


Classification: Elasmobranchii Hexanchiformes Hexanchidae

Reference of the original description
DAVIS, J.W. (1887)
The fossil fishes of the chalk of Mount Lebanon, in Syria. Scientific Transactions of the Royal Dublin Society, 2 (3): 457–636, pl. 14–38.

Synonyms / new combinations and misspellings
Notidanus gracilis

Types
Hexanchus gracilis



Description:


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Remarks
valid after Cappetta (1980) p. 77 [326]

References
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THIES, D. & MÜLLER, A. (1993)
A neoselachian fauna (Vertebrata, Pisces) from the Late Cretaceous (Campanian) of Höver, near Hannover (NW Germany). Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 67 (1/2): 89–107, 21 fig.
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CAPPETTA, H. (1980)
Les Sélaciens du Crétacé supérieur du Liban. I. Requins. Palaeontographica, Abt. A, 168 (1–4): 69–148, 33 fig., 24 pl.
HERMAN, J. (1977)
Les Sélaciens des terrains néocrétacés et paléocènes de Belgique et des contrées limitrophes. Eléments d'une biostratigraphie intercontinentale. Mémoires pour servir à l'explication des Cartes géologiques et minières de la Belgique, 15: 401 p., 25 fig., 21 pl.
DAVIS, J.W. (1887)
The fossil fishes of the chalk of Mount Lebanon, in Syria. Scientific Transactions of the Royal Dublin Society, 2 (3): 457–636, pl. 14–38.