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Carcharodon (white shark)

Chondrichthyes - Lamniformes - Lamnidae

Synonymy list
YearName and author
1838Carcharodon Smith
1847Carcharodon Gibbes p. 142
1888Carcharodon Davis p. 8
1889Carcharodon Woodward p. 410
1901Carcharodon Ameghino p. 83
1902Carcharodon Hay p. 307
1904Carcharodon Chapman and Pritchard p. 283
1904Carcharodon Eastman p. 82
1906Carcharodon Andrews p. 319
1918Carcharodon Chapman p. 18
1919Carcharodon Jordan and Gilbert p. 22
1923Carcharodon Jordan and Hanibal p. 53
1924Carcharodon Chapman and Cudmore p. 133
1926Carcharodon White p. 12
1938Carcharodon Weiler p. 8
1942Carcharodon Leriche p. 35
1946Carcharodon Rapp p. 510
1960Procarcharodon Casier
1963Carcharodon Jordan p. 599
1975Carcharodon Herman p. 166
1980Procarcharodon Case
1981Procarcharodon Case p. 56
1983Carcharodon Bendix-Almgreen p. 2
1987Procarcharodon Kumar and Loyal p. 63
1996Carcharodon Applegate and Espinosa-Arrubarrena p. 25
1996Carcharodon Martin p. 51
1998Carcharodon Yabe and Hirayama p. 41
2000Carcharodon Gottfried and Fordyce p. 731
2001Carcharodon Donovan and Gunter p. 212
2001Carcharodon Gottfried and Fordyce
2001Carcharodon Purdy et al. p. 123
2002Carcharodon Sepkoski, Jr.
2003Carcharodon Vicens and Rodríguez-Perea p. 123
2005Carcharodon Compagno
2007Carcharodon Marsili et al. p. 36
2009Carcharodon Adnet et al. p. 10
2009Carcharodon Ehret et al. p. 3
2012Carcharodon Cione et al. p. 169 figs. Fig. 6
2012Carcharodon Ehret et al. p. 1145
2014Carcharodon Maisch et al. p. 188
2018Carcharodon Kent p. 71
2019Carcharodon Cantalice et al. p. 431

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phylumChordataHaeckel 1874
subclassElasmobranchiiBonaparte 1838
NeoselachiiCompagno 1977
orderLamniformesBerg 1958
familyLamnidaeMüller and Henle 1838
genusCarcharodonSmith 1838

If no rank is listed, the taxon is considered an unranked clade in modern classifications. Ranks may be repeated or presented in the wrong order because authors working on different parts of the classification may disagree about how to rank taxa.

No diagnoses are available