Scapanorhynchus rapax

(Quaas, 1902)


Classification: Elasmobranchii Lamniformes Mitsukurinidae

Reference of the original description
Quaas, A. (1902)
II. Die Fauna der Overwegischichten und der Blätterthone in der libyschen Wüste. Palaeontographica, 30(2), 153–336

Synonyms / new combinations and misspellings
Lamna rapax, Otodus smilodon, Scapanorhynchus cf. rapax, Scapanorhynchus smilodon

Types
Scapanorhynchus rapax



Description:


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