Orthacanthus compressus

(Newberry, 1856)


Classification: Elasmobranchii Xenacanthiformes Diplodoselachidae

Reference of the original description
Newberry, J.S. (1856)
Description of several new genera and species of fossil fishes, from the Carboniferous strata of Ohio. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 8, 96–100

Synonyms / new combinations and misspellings
Ctenacanthus clarki, Ctenacanthus clarkii, Ctenacanthus compressus, Didymodus compressus, Diplodus compressus, Dittodus compressus, Orthacanthus aff. compressus, Orthacanthus arcuatus, Orthacanthus cf. compressus, Pleuracanthus arcuatus, Pleuracanthus cf. arcuatus, Pleuracanthus (Diplodus) compressus, Xenacanthus cf. compressus, Xenacanthus compressus

Types
Orthacanthus compressus



Description:


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