Carcharodon hastalis Agassiz 1843 (white shark)

Chondrichthyes - Lamniformes - Lamnidae

Alternative combinations: Isurus hastalis, Oxyrhina hastalis

Synonyms: Isurus xiphodon Agassiz 1843, Oxyrhina xiphodon Agassiz 1843

Full reference: L. Agassiz. 1843. Recherches Sur Les Poissons Fossiles. Tome III (livr. 15-16). Imprimérie de Petitpierre, Neuchatel 157-390

Belongs to Carcharodon according to B. W. Kent 2018

See also Agassiz 1843, Applegate and Espinosa-Arrubarrena 1996, Clark 1895, Ehret et al. 2012, Fowler 1911, Jordan 1925, Jordan and Gilbert 1919, Leriche 1942, Marsili et al. 2007, Purdy et al. 2001, Vicens and Rodríguez-Perea 2003 and Woodward 1889

Sister taxa: Carcharodon (Procarcharodon), Carcharodon arnoldi, Carcharodon auriculatus, Carcharodon branneri, Carcharodon carcharias, Carcharodon debrayi, Carcharodon disauris, Carcharodon escheri, Carcharodon heterodon, Carcharodon hubbelli, Carcharodon humilis, Carcharodon lanceolatus, Carcharodon lanciformis, Carcharodon leptodon, Carcharodon leviathan, Carcharodon megalotis, Carcharodon morricei, Carcharodon orientalis, Carcharodon plicatilis, Carcharodon polygyrus, Carcharodon productus, Carcharodon rectidens, Carcharodon rectus, Carcharodon riversi, Carcharodon rondeleti, Carcharodon semiserratus, Carcharodon subserratus, Carcharodon sulcidens, Carcharodon tembloris, Carcharodon toliapicus, Carcharodon turgidus

Ecology: nektonic carnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Japan (1 collection), Taiwan (1), United States (2: Florida, South Carolina)

• Pliocene of Argentina (1), Australia (5), Spain (1), United States (6: California, Florida, North Carolina)

• MN 13 of Portugal (2)

• Hemphillian of Mexico (1), United States (1: Florida)

• Miocene to Pliocene of Argentina (1)

• Miocene of Argentina (2), Australia (8), Austria (2), Chile (2), Cuba (1), Denmark (2), Fiji (1), Germany (2), Greece (1), India (1), Italy (2), Japan (18), Mexico (3), the Netherlands (2), Peru (7), Poland (2), Portugal (1), Slovakia (2), Spain (4), United States (28: California, Delaware, Florida, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia), Uruguay (4)

• Oligocene to Miocene of Argentina (2)

• Oligocene of the Czech Republic (1), Germany (1), Japan (1), United States (2: California, Florida)

• Eocene of Australia (2), Namibia (1)

• Paleocene of United States (2: New Jersey, Virginia)

Total: 129 collections each including a single occurrence

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