Hybodus austiensis Davis 1881 (elasmobranch)

Chondrichthyes - Hybodontiformes - Hybodontidae

Full reference: J. W. Davis. 1881. Notes on the fish-remains of the bone-bed at Aust, near Bristol; with the description of some new genera and species. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 37:414-426

Belongs to Hybodus according to J. W. Davis 1881

Sister taxa: Cladodus curtus, Hybodus acutus, Hybodus aequitridentatus, Hybodus angulatus, Hybodus angustus, Hybodus antingensis, Hybodus apicalis, Hybodus brabanticus, Hybodus bugarensis, Hybodus butleri, Hybodus carinatus, Hybodus cloacinus, Hybodus copei, Hybodus crassispinus, Hybodus crassus, Hybodus curtus, Hybodus cuspidatus, Hybodus delabechei, Hybodus dewalquei, Hybodus dimidiatus, Hybodus dorsalis, Hybodus dubius, Hybodus ensatus, Hybodus ensensis, Hybodus ensis, Hybodus formosus, Hybodus grewingki, Hybodus hauffianus, Hybodus hexagonus, Hybodus houtienensis, Hybodus huangnidanensis, Hybodus inflatus, Hybodus lawsoni, Hybodus leptodus, Hybodus levis, Hybodus leviusculus, Hybodus longiconus, Hybodus mackrothi, Hybodus major, Hybodus marginalis, Hybodus medius, Hybodus microdus, Hybodus montanensis, Hybodus mougeoti, Hybodus multiconus, Hybodus multiplicatus, Hybodus nevadensis, Hybodus novus, Hybodus obtusus, Hybodus pinii, Hybodus pleiodus, Hybodus plicatilis, Hybodus punctatus, Hybodus rapax, Hybodus raricostatus, Hybodus reticulatus, Hybodus sasseniensis, Hybodus shastensis, Hybodus storeri, Hybodus striatulus, Hybodus subcarinatus, Hybodus sublaevis, Hybodus sulcatus, Hybodus tenuis, Hybodus undulatus, Hybodus yohi, Hybodus zuodengensis, Leptacanthus cornaliae, Leiacanthus falcatus, Oxyrhina (Meristodon) paradoxa, Orthybodus grossiconus

Type specimen: Its type locality is Aust Cliff bone bed (Ord coll, Bristol), which is in a Rhaetian coastal conglomerate in the Westbury Formation of the United Kingdom

Ecology: nektonic carnivore

Distribution: found only at Aust Cliff bone bed (Ord coll, Bristol)

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