The Middle Paleozoic Selachian Genus Thrinacodus

@inproceedings{Ginter2010TheMP,
  title={The Middle Paleozoic Selachian Genus Thrinacodus},
  author={Michał Ginter and Susan Turner},
  year={2010}
}
ABSTRACT The late Devonian—Carboniferous (D–C) shark Thrinacodus has been known only from highly distinctive teeth since its first description from North America in 1875. The poor quality of illustrations of the type material meant that the thrinacodont tooth form remained unrecognized until the early 1980s when similar teeth were found in D–C boundary beds in Australia. Since then, Thrinacodus taxa have been found globally with a Paleotethyan distribution. Discovery of articulated specimens… 

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