Orthacanthus texensis

Cope, 1888


Classification: Elasmobranchii Xenacanthiformes Diplodoselachidae

Synonyms / new combinations and misspellings
Diacranodus texensis, Didymodus texensis, Orthacanthus aff. texensis, Orthacanthus (Lebachacanthus) texensis, Xenacanthus aff. texensis, Xenacanthus texensis

Types
Orthacanthus texensis



Description:


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