Petalodus ohioensis

(Safford, 1853)


Classification: Euchondrocephali Petalodontiformes Petalodontidae

Reference of the original description
Safford, J.M. (1853)
Tooth of Getalodus ohioensis. American Journal of Science and Arts, Series 2, 16, 142

Image of the original description

Petalodus ohioensis (Safford, 1853) = Originally described as Getalodus ohioensis Safford 1853

Synonyms / new combinations and misspellings
Getalodus ohioensis, Petalodus alleghaniensis, Petalodus cf. ohioensis, Petalodus destructor, Petalodus securiger

Types
Petalodus ohioensis
Neotype: NHMUK: PV P 58463;

Images of types

Description:


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Petalodus ohioensis (Safford, 1853) Drawings of the currently missing holotype from the original description. Middle: cast of the holotype of P. ohioensis from the collections of the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History. Scale bar = 1 cm. Bottom: Three casts of the holotype of P. ohioensis.from the collections of the Field Museum of Natural History © Wayne M. Itano

Remarks
valid after Itano & Carpender (2020), p. 197 [28746];


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