New fossil fish microremains from the upper carboniferous of eastern North Greenland

Gilles Cuny, Lars Stemmerik

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The Moscovian of eastern North Greenland has yielded an assemblage dominated by teeth and dermal denticles of chondrichthyans with rarer teeth of actinopterygians. The rather poor preservation of the material precludes precise identification but the following taxa have been recorded: Adamantina foliacea, Bransonella spp., Denaea sp., “Stemmatias” simplex, Lagarodus specularis, Actinopterygii indet., as well as teeth probably belonging to new genera of Heslerodidae? Protacrodontidae and Hybodontiformes. This fauna appears therefore quite endemic. The abundance of Bransonella and durophagous chondrichthyans is in accordance with the shallow marine depositional environment. The record of a protacrodontid is possibly the youngest one for this taxon.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
Sider (fra-til)47-60
Antal sider14
TidsskriftBulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark
Vol/bind66
StatusUdgivet - 1 jan. 2018

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