Parotodus pavlovi

(MENNER, 1928)


Classification: Elasmobranchii Lamniformes Otodontidae

Reference of the original description
MENNER, V.V. (1928)
Les sélaciens du Paléogène de Manghyschlack, d'Emba et du versant oriental d'Oural. «in russian». Bulletin de la Société Impériale des Naturalistes de Moscou, Section Géologique, 6 (3–4): 292–338, pl. 10–11

Image of the original description

Parotodus pavlovi (MENNER, 1928), Eocene, Ypresian, Aksuat Well, Emba River, western Kazakhstan, central Asia, Plate 10 Fig. 32-35 Menner, 1928

Synonyms / new combinations and misspellings
Otodus pavlovi

Types
Parotodus pavlovi



Description:


Citation: Parotodus pavlovi (MENNER, 1928): In: Database of fossil elasmobranch teeth www.shark-references.com, World Wide Web electronic publication, Version 10/2019

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Parotodus pavlovi (MENNER, 1928), Eocene, Ypresian, France © Jean-Francois LHOMME, www.vertebres-fossiles.com

Distribution Geographic
Aksuat Well, Emba River, western Kazakhstan, central Asia [1639]; Marke clay pit, western Belgium [15339]; France, Paris Basin

Distribution Strategraphy
Ypresian, Eocene

References
CONDAMINE, F.L. & ROMIEU, J. & GUINOT, G. (2019)
Climate cooling and clade competition likely drove the decline of lamniform sharks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, in press
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1902693116
KING, C. & IAKOVLEVA, A. & STEURBAUT, E. & HEILMANN-CLAUSEN, C. & WARD, D. (2013)
The Aktulagay section, west Kazakhstan: a key site fornorthern mid-latitude Early Eocene stratigraphy. Stratigraphy, 10 (3): 171–209
ISERBYT, A. & DE SCHUTTER, P.J. (2012)
Quantitative analysis of Elasmobranch assemblages from two successive Ypresian (early Eocene) facies at Marke, western Belgium. Geologica Belgica, 15 (3): 146–153
MENNER, V.V. (1928)
Les sélaciens du Paléogène de Manghyschlack, d'Emba et du versant oriental d'Oural. «in russian». Bulletin de la Société Impériale des Naturalistes de Moscou, Section Géologique, 6 (3–4): 292–338, pl. 10–11