S. Adnet et al. 2009

Full reference
S. Adnet, A. C. Balbino, M. T. Antunes and J. M. Marin-Ferrer. 2009. New fossil teeth of the white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) from the Early Pliocene of Spain. Implication for its paleoecology in the Mediterranean. Neus Jahrbuch fur Geologie und Palaontologie, Abhandlungen 256(1):7-16 [M. Uhen/M. Uhen]
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ID number:  38036
Created:  2011-10-06 01:23:29
Modified:  2011-10-05 09:23:29
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (11) - view classification
'Carcharodon caifassi belongs to Carcharodon' according to Lawley 1876
'Carcharodon caifassi is a subjective synonym of Carcharodon carcharias' according to S. Adnet et al. 2009
'Carcharodon etruscus belongs to Carcharodon' according to Lawley 1881
'Carcharodon etruscus is a subjective synonym of Carcharodon carcharias' according to S. Adnet et al. 2009
'Carcharodon productus is a subjective synonym of Carcharodon carcharias' according to S. Adnet et al. 2009
'Carcharodon rondeleti is a subjective synonym of Carcharodon carcharias' according to S. Adnet et al. 2009
'Carcharodon sulcidens is a subjective synonym of Carcharodon carcharias' according to S. Adnet et al. 2009
'Carcharodon belongs to Lamnidae' according to S. Adnet et al. 2009
'Lamnidae belongs to Lamniformes' according to S. Adnet et al. 2009
'Lamniformes belongs to Chondrichthyes' according to S. Adnet et al. 2009
'Squalus carcharias is recombined as Carcharodon carcharias' according to S. Adnet et al. 2009
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