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Additions to the Fish Fauna of N.W. Europe. 3. Three new species of the genus Scyliorhinus from the Late Cretaceous (Campanian and Maastrichtian) of the Limburg area (Belgium and The Netherlands) with a reassignment of four additional fossil species to the genus Scyliorhinus sensu stricto
Halter, M.C. (1994). Additions to the Fish Fauna of N.W. Europe. 3. Three new species of the genus Scyliorhinus from the Late Cretaceous (Campanian and Maastrichtian) of the Limburg area (Belgium and The Netherlands) with a reassignment of four additional fossil species to the genus Scyliorhinus sensu stricto, in: Herman, J.S. et al. (1995). Elasmobranches et stratigraphie, volume 1994. Professional Paper. Geological Survey of Belgium, 1995/03(278): pp. 65-109
In: Herman, J.S.; Van Waes, H (1995). Elasmobranches et stratigraphie, volume 1994. Professional Paper. Geological Survey of Belgium, 1995/03(278). Geologische Dienst van België: Brussel. 283 pp., 48 figs., 74 pl. pp., more
In: Professional Paper. Geological Survey of Belgium. Koninklijk Belgisch Instituut voor Natuurwetenschappen. Belgische Geologische Dienst: Bruxelles. ISSN 0378-0902, more
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Keywords
    Cretaceous, Upper; Chondrichthyes; Belgium [Marine Regions]; Europe, Netherlands; Marine
Author keywords
    Scyliorhinus

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  • Halter, M.C.

Abstract
    Teeth of Scyliorhinus biddlei sp. nov., Scyliorhinus luypaertsi sp. nov. from the Late Cretaceous (Late Maastrichtian, Maastricht Formation) and Scyliorhinus reyndersi sp. nov. from the Late Cretaceous (Late Campanian,Gulpen Formation) of Belgium and The Netherlands are described and illustrated. The new species, together with Scyliorhinus antiquus (AGASSIZ, 1843), Scyliorhinus elongatus (DAVIS, 1887), Scyliorhinus fossilis (LERICHE, 1927 non PROBST, 1879) and Scyliorhinus coupatezi HERMAN (1974), are separated from all other fossil species previously described as ?Scyliorhinus and reassigned to the genus Scyliorhinus sensu stricto

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