A new Hybodus site from Romania is located at Anina, in the Pliensbachian – Middle Toarcian succession from Ponor quarry (Caraş-Severin district). The paper refers to a short description of the Hybodus teeth recently collected, followed by some considerations on hybodonts phylogeny and palaeoecology.
Dica, Emanuel Paul and Codrea, Vlad
On the Hybodus (Euselachii) from the early Jurassic of Anina (Caras Severin district, Romania),
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