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A pangolin from the French Quercy phosphorites
The skull of Tetraceratops
Fossil vertebrate assemblage at Las Aguilas
A femur of the giant bird Gargantuavis
Notidanodon tooth (Neoselachii: Hexanchiformes) in the Late Jurassic of New Zealand
Physogaleus hemmooriensis (Carcharhinidae, Elasmobranchii), a new shark species from the early to middle Miocene of the north sea basin.Carcharhinidae; Early Miocene; Elasmobranchii; Hemmoorian; new species; North Sea Basin; Physogaleus
Cite this article: Reinecke T., Hoedemakers K., 2006. Physogaleus hemmooriensis (Carcharhinidae, Elasmobranchii), a new shark species from the early to middle Miocene of the north sea basin. Palaeovertebrata 34 (1-2): 1-25.
A new carcharhinid shark species, Physogaleus hemmooriensis sp. nov., is described from the Lower Hemmoorian (Behrendorfian, late Burdigalian, early Miocene) of Werder, Lower Saxony, Germany. P. hemmooriensis also occurs in the Edegem and Antwerpen Sands Members of the Berchem Formation, Belgium, and in the Miste Bed, Aalten Member of the Breda Formation, The Netherlands, which have an early to middle Miocene age. In the Western Atlantic region, the taxon is present in the early Miocene Calvert Formation of Delaware, U.S.A, which is largely contemporaneous with the Hemmoorian.
Published in Vol. 34, Fasc. 1-2 (2006)