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Révision des Rhombodontidae (Neoselachii Batomorphii) des bassins à phosphate du Maroc
A pangolin from the French Quercy phosphorites
La palichnofaune de vertébrés tétrapodes du permien supérieur du Bassin de Lodève .
Macroscelidea, Insectivora and Chiroptera from the Miocene of east Africa
About the genus Propachynolophus Lemoine 1891
Discovery of the most ancient Notidanodon tooth (Neoselachii: Hexanchiformes) in the Late Jurassic of New Zealand. New considerations on the systematics and range of the genus
Chondrichthyes; Hexanchiformes; new genus; New Zealand; Tithonian
New Squalicorax species (Neoselachii: Lamniformes) from the Lower Maastrichtian of Ganntour phosphate deposit, MoroccoAnacoracidae; Chondrichthyes; Maastrichtian; Morocco; New taxa
Two new Squalicorax species, S. benguerirensis nov. sp. and S. microserratus nov. sp. are described from the Lower Maastrichtian of the Benguérir phosphate open mine, Ganntour deposit, Morocco. The species S. benguerirensis nov. sp. was classically assigned to S. yangaensis since Arambourg (1952) and has been also recognized in coeval deposits from eastern USA to Mid-East. The species S. microserratus nov. sp. correspond to the lateral teeth of S. kaupi as reported by Arambourg (1952) and which is now referred in fact to S. bassanii. The comparison of these two new species with other Anacoracids, known in Moroccan or elsewhere, allows highlighting the great taxonomic and ecological diversities of this family during the Cretaceous.
Published in Vol.38-2 (2014)