Specimen 5377

Collection: Vertebrate
Catalog No.: 5377
Accn. No.: 410
Case No.:135
 
Remarks: Residing with R.Lund
Outcrop: CROP 75
Crop: 13
Female

Lund (1979) Ecomorphology of the Chondrichthyes from the Bear Gulch LImestone (Lower Carboniferous) of Montana. Neuvieme Congres International de Stratigraphie et de Geologie du Carbonifere. Compte Rendu.
Vol.5: 481-491
Figured

Lund (1982) Harpagofutuor volsellorhinus New Genus and Species (chondrichthyes, Chondrenchelyiformes) From the Namurian Bear Gulch Limestone, Chondrenchelys problematica Traquair (Visean), and their Sexual Dimorphism. J. of Paleo. V.56,No.4:938-958
Referred & Figured

Lund, Richard (1988). Hunting Sharks, In Montana? Fishes: Maps Digest, Expo X Edition. Mid-America Paleontology Society. Vol.11, No.5: 30-37 pp.

Lund (1990). Chondrichthyan life history styles as revealed by the 320 million years old Mississippian of Montana. Enviro. Bio. of Fishes. Vol. 27: 1-19 pp.
Referred.

Grogan & Lund (1995). Pigment Patterns, Soft Anatomy and Relationships of Bear Gulch Chondrichthyes (Namurian E2b, Lower Carboniferous, Montana, USA). Geobios. M.S. No.19:145-146 pp.
Paratype & Referred

Grogan & Lund (1997). Soft Tissue Pigments of the Upper Mississippian Chondrenchelyid, Harpagofututor volsellorhinus (Chondrichthyes, Holocephali) from the Bear Gulch Limestone, Montana, USA. J.Paleont. 71(2): 337-342 pp.
KMoore-2011
Specimen Information
Type Status: paratype
Elements: 2
Part: Yes
Counterpart: Yes
 
Taxon InformationLocality Information
Taxon Name: Harpagofututor volsellorhinusLocality No.: MV 5410
Common Name: Chondrichthyes
Order: Chondrenchelyiformes Continent/Ocean: North America
Family: Chondrenchelyidae Country: United States
Genus: Harpagofututor State/Province: Montana
Species: volsellorhinus County: Fergus
Island:
Body of Water:
Collector InformationTime Period: Paleozoic: Carboniferous: Mississippian: Serpukhovian
Collector: LundGroup: Big Snowy
Organization: Super Group:
Date Added: 11-01-2007    Last Modified: 03-28-2011

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