Physogaleus contortus

(Gibbes, 1849)


Classification: Elasmobranchii Carcharhiniformes Carcharhinidae

Reference of the original description
Gibbes, R.W. (1849)
Monograph of the fossil Squalidae of the United States. Art. 14. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1(ser. 2): 191–206, pl. 25–27

Synonyms / new combinations and misspellings
Alopiopsis aff. contortus, Alopiopsis contortus, Galeocerdo acutus, Galeocerdo aff. contortus, Galeocerdo cf. contortus, Galeocerdo contortus, Galeocerdo productus, Galeocerdo triqueter, Physodon contortus, Physodon triqueter, Physodon (Physogaleus) contortus, Physogaleus aff. contortus, Scoliodon triqueter

Types
Physogaleus contortus



Description:


Citation: Physogaleus contortus (Gibbes, 1849): In: Database of fossil elasmobranch teeth www.shark-references.com, World Wide Web electronic publication, Version 10/2021

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Remarks
valid after Türtscher et al. (2021) Supplementary Material [29464];


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