Specimen 5385

Collection: Vertebrate
Catalog No.: 5385
Accn. No.: 274
Case No.:185
 
Remarks: Residing with R.Lund? Missing?
MALE
Outcrop: DISCOVERY 7106
Crop: 8

Lund (1984) On the Spines of the Stethacanthidae (Chondrichthyes), with a Description of a New Genus from the Mississippian Bear Gulch Limestone. Geobios. No.17/3.
Referenced

Lund (1985). The Morphology of Falcatus falcatus (St. John and Worthen), A Mississippian Stethacanthid Chondrichthyan from the Bear Gulch Limestone of Montana. J. of Vert. Paleo. 5(1):1-19.
Figured

Hagadorn, James W. (2002). Chapter 9: Bear gulch: An Exceptional Upper Carboniferous Plattenkalk. IN: Bottjer, David J., et al., eds. Exceptional Fossil Preservation: A Unique View on the Evolution of Marine Life. Columbia University Press: New York. 167-183 pp.
Figured.

Grogan & Lund (2004). The Origins and Relationships of early Chondrichthyes. In: Carrier, Musick, Heithaus, eds. Biology of Sharks and Their Relatives. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press: 3-32 pp.
Referred.

Maisey (2007). The Braincase in Paleozoic Symmoriiform and Cladoselachian Sharks. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, No.307: 122pp.
Figured.
KMoore - 2011
Specimen Information
Type Status: illustrated
Elements: 1
Part: No
Counterpart: No
 
Taxon InformationLocality Information
Taxon Name: Falcatus falcatusLocality No.: MV 7106
Common Name: Chondrichthyes
Order: Symmoriida Continent/Ocean: North America
Family: n/a Country: United States
Genus: Falcatus State/Province: Montana
Species: falcatus County: Fergus
Island:
Body of Water:
Collector InformationTime Period: Paleozoic: Carboniferous: Mississippian: Serpukhovian
Collector: Melton & PartyGroup: Big Snowy
Organization: Super Group:
Date Added: 11-01-2007    Last Modified: 03-28-2011

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