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Název
    Basking shark Cetorhinus parvus (LERICHE, 1910), (Cetorhinidae, Selachii) from the Dynów Marlstone (Rupelian, NP 23) of the Menilitic Formation of the Moravian part of the Outer Carpathian flysh zone at the Czech Republic - preliminary report.
Autor
    Gregorová, Růžena
Jazyk
    anglicky
Typ dokumentu
    článek ve sborníku
Zdrojový dokument - monografie
    Sborník příspěvků 13. česko-slovensko-polský paleontologický seminář
Strany
    2
Poznámky
    Akce: 2012/10/18 ; Brno
Výraz tezauru
    Carpathians
    Cetorhinus
    Czech Republic
    Oligocene
    teeth
Klíčové slovo
    23
    1910
    Basking
    Carpathian
    Cetorhinidae
    Cetorhinus
    Czech
    Dynów
    Flysh
    Formation
    LERICHE
    Marlstone
    Menilitic
    Moravian
    NP
    Outer
    Parvus
    Preliminary
    Report
    Republic
    Rupelian
    Selachii
    Shark
    Zone
Abstrakt (anglicky)
   New records of the remains of Cetorhinus parvus (Leriche, 1910) from the Dynów marlstone of the Menilitic formation (Czech Republic) enhance our knowledge about this fossil representative of the basking shark. For a long time only the gill raker elements were known in the Carpathians. Recently Cetorhinus vertebral centra were described by GREGOROVA (2011) from the Moravian locality of Litenčice. New material from the last locality and revised material from the Mouchice and Nítkovice localities contain a section of the gill arches with articulated gill raker elements (Nítkovice), dermal denticles of the skin (Mouchnice, Nítkovice) and isolated teeth (Litenčice). The teeth of fossil Cetorhinus were unknown for a long time until a report by HERMAN (1979), from the Neogene sediments of Belgium. The only record of an Oligocene tooth comes from the Frauenweiler locality (Rhine Valley, Germany) and was described by HOWESTADT and HOVESTADT (2012). During an excavation in 2010, as part of a Nat
   ional Geographic Society grant supported project, new and important material was collected from the Litenčice locality. Three shark genera are identified (Alopias, Squalus and Cetorhinus). While the Alopias and Squalus teeth were already known, the Cetorhinus teeth are recorded for the first time in the Carpathians. The teeth display important variability in their shape and they are quite different from the extant Cetorhinus maximus.
Přispěvatel
    Moravské zemské muzeum Brno
Kód přispěvatele
    MZM
Zdrojový formát
    R
Datum importu
    27. 4. 2014