Cosmopolitodus hastalis Agassiz 1843

Chondrichthyes - Odontaspidida - Carcharodontidae

Alternative combinations: Carcharodon hastalis, Isurus hastalis, Oxyrhina hastalis

Synonyms: Isurus planus Agassiz 1856, Isurus smithii Jordan 1907, Isurus tumulus Agassiz 1856, Isurus xiphodon Agassiz 1843, Oxyrhina acuminata Davis 1888, Oxyrhina lata Davis 1888, Oxyrhina plana Agassiz 1856, Oxyrhina tumula Agassiz 1856, 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 Cosmopolitodus according to W. Landini et al. 2019

See also Agassiz 1843, Antunes and Balbino 2003, Applegate and Espinosa-Arrubarrena 1996, Boessenecker et al. 2019, Chapman 1918, Chapman and Cudmore 1924, Chapman and Pritchard 1904, Clark 1895, Davis 1888, Ehret et al. 2012, Fowler 1911, Hay 1902, Jordan 1907, Jordan 1922, Jordan 1925, Jordan and Gilbert 1919, Jordan and Hanibal 1923, Kent 2018, Kuga 1985, Leriche 1942, Marsili et al. 2007, Purdy et al. 2001, Vicens and Rodríguez-Perea 2003, Woodward 1889 and Yabe and Hirayama 1998

Sister taxon: Cosmopolitodus plicatilis

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Japan (1 collection), Taiwan (1), United States (4: Alabama, California, Florida, South Carolina)

• Pliocene of Argentina (1), Australia (3), Libya (1), the Netherlands (1), Portugal (2), Spain (1), United States (7: California, Florida, North Carolina)

• MN 13 of Portugal (2)

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

• Miocene to Pliocene of Argentina (1), Australia (2), Japan (1)

• Miocene of Argentina (2), Australia (12), Austria (2), Chile (4), Cuba (1), the Czech Republic (1), Denmark (2), Fiji (1), France (7), Germany (2), Greece (1), India (1), Italy (2), Japan (26), Malta (5), Mexico (3), the Netherlands (3), New Zealand (1), Peru (9), Poland (2), Portugal (4), Slovakia (2), Spain (4), United States (28: California, Delaware, Florida, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia), Uruguay (4)

• Oligocene to Miocene of Argentina (2), Peru (1)

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

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

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

Total: 174 collections each including a single occurrence

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