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Pteromylaeus

Pteromylaeus

Additional Functions

Grouping

Belong­ing to

Gaeabionta  ⇒ Domäne: Eukaryota  ⇒ Reich: Animalia  ⇒ Mittelreich: Eumetazoa  ⇒ Klade: Triploblastica  ⇒ Klade: Nephrozoa  ⇒ Abzweig: Deuterostomia  ⇒ Stamm: Chordata  ⇒ Unterstamm: Vertebrata  ⇒ Infrastamm: Gnathostomata  ⇒ Superklasse: Pisces  ⇒ Klasse: Chondrichthyes  ⇒ Unterklasse: Elasmobranchii  ⇒ Kohorte: Euselachii  ⇒ Subkohorte: Neoselachii  ⇒ Klade: Batoidea  ⇒ Ordnung: Myliobatiformes  ⇒ Überfamilie: Myliobatoidea  ⇒ Familie: Myliobatidae

Taxo­nomic seg­ment

Gattung

This mentioned taxonomy is an attempt to make an conclusive assignment from the different classifications of various scientists. Because the taxonomy may change due to the latest investigative methods and other findings, our map is a guide only.

Name from

Corre­spond­ing author (Name, Year)

Garman, 1913

Other languages

scientific

Pteromylaeus

Lebenszeitraum in Million Jahren (Ma)

Start age: 15.97 Ma - End age: 2.588 Ma
Phanerozoic
(Phanerozoikum)
Cenozoic
(Känozoikum)
Neogene
(Neogen)
Pliocene
(Pliozän)
Miocene
(Miozän)
Piacenzian
(Piacenzium)
Zanclean
(Zancleum)
Messinian
(Messinium)
Tortonian
(Tortonium)
Serravallian
(Serravallium)
Langhian
(Langhium)
2.588
3.6
3.6
5.332
5.332
7.246
7.246
11.6
11.6
13.65
13.65
15.97

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Motility: actively mobile
Habit: nektobenthic
Environment: marine
Compositon of the remains:

phosphatic

Reference- and Source indication, Literature

Next lower taxonomy level

On the same taxonomic level (siblings) (Count: 15)

Taxonomic assignment (1)

References by PBDB, License: CC BY

  • B. W. Kent, 2018 - The Cartilaginous Fishes (Chimaeras, Sharks, and Rays) of Calvert Cliffs, Maryland, USA - Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology (100), 45-160 (journal article, English)
  • R. Mane, 2003 - Ictiologia fossil del Plioce del Baix Llobregat III Els Batoideus (condrictis hipotremats) - Batalleria (11), 43-52 (journal article, English)
  • R. W. Purdy, 2001 - The Neogene sharks, rays, and bony fishes from Lee Creek Mine, Aurora, North Carolina - Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology (90), 71-202 (journal article, English)