Plicatoscyllium globidens

(Cappetta & Case, 1975)

Classification: Elasmobranchii Orectolobiformes Ginglymostomatidae

Reference of the original description
Cappetta, H. & Case, G.R. (1975)
Contribution à l'étude des Sélaciens du groupe Monmouth (Campanien-Maestrichtien) du New Jersey. Palaeontographica, Abt. A, 151(1–3), 1–46

Synonyms / new combinations and misspellings
Cantioscyllium descipiens globidens, Ginglymostoma globidens, Plicatoscyllium cf. globidens

Plicatoscyllium globidens


Citation: Plicatoscyllium globidens (Cappetta & Case, 1975): In: Database of fossil elasmobranch teeth, World Wide Web electronic publication, Version 09/2022

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Cappetta, H. & Morrison, K. & Adnet, S. (2021)
A shark fauna from the Campanian of Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada: an insight into the diversity of Cretaceous deep-water assemblages. Historical Biology, 33(8), 1121–1182
DOI: 10.1080/08912963.2019.1681421
Case, G.R. & Cook, T.D. & Kightlinger, T. & Borodin, P.D. (2019)
Middle Campanian Euselachian Diversity of the Southern Region of the Atlantic Coastal Plain of North America. Vertebrate Anatomy Morphology Palaeontology, 7, 69–82
DOI: 10.18435/vamp29345
Callahan, W.R. & Mehling, C.M. & Denton, R.K. & Parris, D.C. (2014)
Vertebrate Paleontology and Stratigraphy of the Late Cretaceous Holmdel Park Site, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Dakoterra, 6: 163–169
Vullo, R. (2005)
Selachians from the type Campanian area (Late Cretaceous), Charentes, western France. Cretaceous Research, 26(4), 609–632, 8 fig.
DOI: 10.1016/j.cretres.2005.03.006
Vullo, R. (2005)
Vertebrates from the Late Cretaceous of Charentes (SW France): biodiversity, taphonomy, palaeoecology and palaeobiogeography. unpublished Thesis, University of Rennes
Case, G.R. (1995)
Fossil shark remains from the early and middle Maastrichtian of the Upper Cretaceous of Monmouth County, New Jersey. In J. Baker(ed.), Contributions to the Paleontology of New Jersey. Geological Association of New Jersey 12: 72–80
Manning, E.M. & Dockery, D.T. (1992)
A guide to the Frankstown vertebrate fossil locality (Upper Cretaceous), Prentiss County, Mississippi. Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, Office of Geology, Circular 4: 43pp
Case, G.R. (1991)
Selachians (sharks) from the Tupelo Tongue of the Coffee Sands (Campanian, Upper Cretaceous) in northern Lee County, Mississippi. Mississippi Geology, 11, 1–8
Case, G.R. & Schwimmer, D.R. (1988)
Late Cretaceous fish from the Blufftown Formation (Campanian) in western Georgia. Journal of Paleontology, 62(2), 290–301
Case, G.R. (1987)
A new selachian fauna from the Late Campanian of Wyoming (Teapot Sandstone Member, Mesaverde Formation, Big Horn Basin). Palaeontographica, Abt. A, 197(1–3), 1–37
Lauginiger, E.M. & Hartstein, E.F. (1983)
A guide to fossil sharks, skates, and rays from the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal area, Delaware. Open File Report, 21, 6–95
Case, G.R. (1979)
Collecting fossil shark's teeth at Big Brook, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Bulletin of the Bergen County Mineral and Paleontological Society, 13(5), 12–14
Cappetta, H. & Case, G.R. (1975)
Contribution à l'étude des Sélaciens du groupe Monmouth (Campanien-Maestrichtien) du New Jersey. Palaeontographica, Abt. A, 151(1–3), 1–46