Specimen 7700

Collection: Vertebrate
Catalog No.: 7700
Accn. No.: 250
Case No.:135
Remarks: On loan to Lund on 10.12.1994

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

Lund, Wendy (1983) New Catalog Number for the Holotype of Harpagofututor volsellorhinus. J. of Paleon. V.57/No. 5

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.

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.

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.

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.
KMoore 2011
Specimen Information
Type Status: holotype
Elements: 2
Part: Yes
Counterpart: Yes
Taxon InformationLocality Information
Taxon Name: Harpagofututor volsellorhinusLocality No.: MV 7106
Common Name: Chondrichthyes
Order: Chondrenchelyiformes Continent/Ocean: North America
Family: Chondrenchelyidae Country: United States
Genus: Harpagofututor State/Province: Montana
Species: volsellorhinus County: Fergus
Body of Water:
Collector InformationTime Period: Paleozoic: Carboniferous: Mississippian: Serpukhovian
Collector: Melton & PartyGroup: Big Snowy
Organization: Super Group:
Date Added: 11-19-2007    Last Modified: 03-28-2011

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