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Agassiz, J. L. R. 1833-1844. Recherches sur les Poissons Fossiles. 3: pp. vii + 390 + 32, Neuchàtel and Soleure.

Agassiz, L. 1874. Three different modes of teething among selachians.  The American Naturalist, 8(3):129-135. (March issue)

Applegate, S.P. 1970. The vertebrate fauna of the Selma Formation of Alabama , Part VIII, The Fishes. Fieldiana: Geology Memoirs 3(8):385-433, text figs. 174-204. (Hadrodus section, 398-404)

Arratia, G., and J. Chorn. 1998. A new primitive acanthomorph fish from the Greenhorn Formation (late Cretaceous) of Nebraska. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 18(2):301-314.

Barck, A. 1992. Paleontology of the Glen Rose Formation (Lower Cretaceous), Hood County, Texas. Texas Journal of Science 44(1):3-24.

Bardack, D. 1965. A new Upper Cretaceous teleost fish from Kansas. University of Kansas Paleontology Contributions. 1:1-9. (the first plethodid described from the Austin Chalk.)

Bardack, D. 1965. Anatomy and evolution of Chirocentrid fishes. University of Kansas Paleontology Contributions. Article 10, 88 pp. 2 pl.

Bardack, D. 1965. Localities of fossil vertebrates obtained from the Niobrara Formation (Cretaceous) of Kansas. University of Kansas Publications, Museum of Natural History 17(1):1-14.

Bardack, D. 1976. Paracanthopterygian and acanthopertygian fishes from the Upper Cretaceous of Kansas. Fieldiana Geology, 33(20):355-374.

Bardack, D. 1968. Fossil vertebrates from the marine Cretaceous of Manitoba. Canadian Journal Earth Science 5:145-153.

Bardack, D. 1968. Belonostomus sp., the first holostean from the Austin Chalk (Cretaceous) of Texas. Journal of Paleontology 42(5):1307-1309.

Bardack, D. and G. Sprinkle. 1969. Morphology and relationships of saurocephalid fishes. Fieldiana Geology 16(12):297-340.

Bardack, D. and S. Teller-Marshall. 1980. Tselfatia, a Tethyan Cretaceous teleost; first records from North America and Yugoslavia. Journal of Paleontology 54(5):1075-1083.

Bardack, D. and S. Teller-Marshall. 1982. First Cretaceous specimens of the beryciform fish Hoplopteryx from North America and their bearing on Acanthopterygian evolution. The Pearce-Sellards Series, Texas Memorial Museum, No. 34, 14 pp.

Bardet, N., Cappetta, H., Suberbiola, X. P., Mouty, M., Al Maleh, A. K., Khrata, O., and Gannoum, N. 2000. The marine vertebrate faunas of the Late Cretaceous phosphates of Syria. Geological Magazine 137(3):269-290.

Beamon, J. C. 1999. Depositional environment and fossil biota of a thin clastic unit of the Kiowa Formation, Lower Cretaceous (Albian), McPherson County, Kansas. Unpublished MS Thesis, Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS, 97 p.

Beckworth, E. G. 1854. Report of explorations for a route for the Pacific Railroad. 33rd Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Executive Document 78, vol. 2: 128 p., with 13 landscape plates. (pages 14-19 dealing with Kansas)

Beecher, C. E. 1900. On a large slab of Uintacrinus from Kansas. American Journal Science 18:23-24, 2 pl. (Specimen at Yale University, collected by H. T. Martin)

Bell, G. L., Jr. 1986. A pycnodont fish from the upper Cretaceous of Alabama. Journal of Paleontology 60(5):1120-1126, 2 figs.

Berkstresser, C. F. Jr. 1994. Development of the stratigraphic column in Kansas. Earth Sciences History, 13(2):154-159.

Betts, C. W. 1871. The Yale College expedition of 1870. Harper's New Monthly Magazine 43(257):663-671. (Oct. 1871)

Biddle, J. P. 1993. D?/font>couverte d'une faunule d'age Cr?/font>tac?/font> dans le Mioc?/font>ne moyen sud-quest du Bassin de Paris. Cossmanniana, No. 2 , pp. 39-42.

Bilelo, M.M. 1969.The fossil fish Lepidotes in the Paluxy Formation, north-central Texas. American Midland Naturalist 81(2): 405-411.

Bilelo, M. A. M. 1969. The fossil shark genus Squalicorax in north-central Texas. Texas Journal of Science 20(4):339-347.

Blanco-Piñón, A., Shimada, K. and González-Barba, G. 2005. Lamnoid vertebrae from the Agua Nueva Formation (Upper Cretaceous: Lower-Middle Turonian), NE Mexico. Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Geológicas, 22(1):19-23.

Böttcher, R. and C. J. Duffin. 2000. The neoselachian shark Sphenodus from the Late Kimmeridgian (Late Jurassic) of Nusplingen and Egesheim (Baden-Württemberg, Germany). Stuttgarter Beitr. Naturk. Ser. B., Nr. 283, 31 pp., 2 pl., 18 fig., 1 tab. <JD>

Boucot, A. J. 1990. Gastrolith mediated digestion. pp. 304-305. In Boucot, A. J., Evolutionary Paleobiology and Coevolution. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Bourdon, J. and Everhart, M.J. 2010. Occurrence of the extinct Carpet shark, Orectoloboides, in the Dakota Formation (Late Cretaceous; Middle Cenomanian) of Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 113(3-4):237-242. 

Bourdon, J. and Everhart, M.J. 2011. Analysis of an associated Cretoxyrhina mantelli dentition from the Late Cretaceous (Smoky Hill Chalk, Late Coniacian) of western Kansas . Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 114(1-2):15-32.

Bourdon, J., Wright, K. Lucas, S.G., Spielmann, J.A. and Pence, R. 2011. Selachians from the Upper Cretaceous (Santonian) Hosta Tongue of the Point Lookout Sandstone, central New Mexico . New Mexico Musuem of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 52.

Brito P. M. and P. Janvier. 2002. A ptychodontid (Chondrichthyes, Elasmobranchii) from the Upper Cretaceous of South America. Geodiversitas 24(4):785-790.

Brown, R. W. 1940. Fossil pearls from the Colorado group of western Kansas. Washington Academy Science 30(9):365-374.

Brown, R. W. 1950. Cretaceous fish egg capsule from Kansas. Journal of Paleontology 24(5):594-600, 9 txt. fig. 

Buchanan, R. 1984. Finally persuaded: The creation of the 1889 Geological Survey of Kansas. Earth Sciences History, 3(2):112-116.Ca

Buchanan, R. 1994. Erasmus Haworth and the completion of geologic reconnaissance in Kansas. Earth Sciences History, 13(2):133-137.

Buckland, W. 1830. Letter from the Rev. Dr. W. Buckland, F. R. S. &c. Professor of Mineralogy and Geology in the University of Oxford, on the discovery of coprolites in North America. Philosophical Magazine, New series. 7(41):321-323, 1 text fig. (for May; see DeKay 1830)

Caggiano, T. and M. J. Everhart. 2003. A rare occurrence of the Late Cretaceous ptychodontid shark, Ptychodus polygyrus Agassiz 1839, in the Smoky Hill Chalk Member (Niobrara Formation) of western Kansas. Kansas Academy Science Abstracts, 22:28.

Cappetta, H. 1973. Selachians from the Carlile Shale (Turonian) of South Dakota. Journal of Paleontology 47(3):504-514.

Cappetta, H. and Case, G. R. 1975. S?/font>lacians nouveaux du Cr?/font>tac?du Texas. G?/font>obios 8(4):303-307. (New sharks from the Cretaceous of Texas)

Cappetta, H. and Case, G. R. 1987. Chondrichthyes II - Mesozoic and Cenozoic Elasmobranchii. Gustav Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart and New York. 193 p., 148 fig.

Cappetta, H. and Case, G. R. 1999. Additions aux faunes de s?/font>laciens du Cr?/font>tac?/font> du Texas (Albien superier-Campanian). Paleo Ichthyologica 9:5-111, 8 fig. 1 table, 30 pls.

Carman, K. 1929. Some foraminifera from the Niobrara and Benton Formations of Wyoming. Journal of Paleontology 3(3):309-315, 1 pl.

Case, G.R. 1965. An occurrence of the sawfish, Onchopristis dunklei, in the Upper Cretaceous of Minnesota. Journal, Minnesota Academy of Science, 32(3):183. 

Case, G.R. and Cappetta, H. 1997. A new selachian fauna from the late Maastrichtian of Texas. Miinchener Geowissenschaften Abhandungen, 34:131-189.

Case, G. R., T. T. Tokaryk and D. Baird. 1990. Selachians from the Niobrara Formation of the Upper Cretaceous (Coniacian) of Carrot River, Saskatchewan, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Science 27:1085-1094.

Case. G. R. and D. R. Schwimmer. 1988. Late Cretaceous fish from the Blufftown Formation (Campanian) in western Georgia. Journal of Paleontology 62(2):290-301.

Cavender, T., 1966. The caudal skeleton of the Cretaceous teleosts Xiphactinus, Ichthyodectes and Gillicus, and it's bearing on their relationship with Chirocentrus. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, No. 560, 15 pages, 1 plate

Chorn, J. and Reavis, E. A., 1978. Affinities of the chondrichthyan organ-genera Listracanthus and Petrodus. University Kansas Paleontology Contr. 89:4-9.

Chorn, J. and D. Frailey, 1978. A large chondrichthyan spine, Physonemus mirabilis, from the Upper Pennsylvanian of Kansas, U.S.A. N. Jb. Geology Paläont. Mh., (7):385-392, 1 fig.

Cicimurri, D. 2000.  Early Cretaceous Elasmobranchs from the Newcastle Sandstone (Albian) of Crook County, Wyoming. The Mountain Geologist, 37(3):101-107.

Cicimurri, D. 2001.  Fossil Selachians from the Belle Fourche Shale (Cretaceous, Cenomanian) Black Hills Region of South Dakota and Wyoming. The Mountain Geologist, 38(4):181-192.

Cicimurri, D. 2002.  Chondrichthyes from the upper part of the Minnelusa Formation (Middle Pennsylvanian: Desmoinesian), Meade County, South Dakota. Proceedings of the South Dakota Academy of Science, 81:81-92.

Cicimurri, D. 2001. Cretaceous elasmobranchs of the Greenhorn Formation (Middle Cenomanian-Middle Turonian), western South Dakota. p. 27-43 in V.L. Santucci and L. McClelland (eds.), Proceedings of the Sixth Fossil Resource Conference, Geologic Resources Division Technical Report, NPS/NRGRD/GRDTR-01/01.

Cicimurri, D. J. 2004. Late Cretaceous chondrichthyans from the Carlile Shale (Middle Turonian to Early Coniacian) of the Black Hills region, South Dakota and Wyoming. The Mountain Geologist 41(1):1-16.

Cicimurri, D. J., D. C. Parris and M. J. Everhart. 2008. Partial dentition of a chimaeroid fish (Chondrichthyes, Holocephali) from the Upper Cretaceous Niobrara Chalk of Kansas, USA.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28(1):34–40.

Cobban, W. A., 1962. Baculites from the lower part of the Pierre Shale and equivalent rocks in the Western Interior. Journal of Paleontology 36(4):105-108, 1 fig. (July, 1962)

Cockerell, T. D. A., 1919. Some American Cretaceous fish scales. U. S. Geological Survey Prof. Paper 120-I, pp. 165-188, pl. XXXI-XXXVI.

Cope, E. D., 1870. Second addition to the history of the fishes of the Cretaceous of the United States. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 11(82):240-244.

Cope, E. D., 1870. On the Saurodontidae. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 11(85):529-538.

Cope, E. D.,
1871. Saurocephalus of Harlan. American Journal of Science ser. 3 1(5):386.

Cope, E. D., 1871. Note on Saurocephalus, Harlan. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society11(85):608.

Cope, E. D., 1871. On the fossil reptiles and fishes of the Cretaceous rocks of Kansas. Art. 6, pp. 385-424 (no figs.) of Pt. 4, Special Reports, 4th Ann. Rpt., U.S. Geological Survey Territory (Hayden), 511 p. (Cope names Portheus molossus, which was pre-empted by Xiphactinus audax Leidy 1870).

Cope, E. D., 1872. On the families of fishes of the Cretaceous formation in Kansas. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 12(88):327-357.

Cope, E. D., 1873. [On an extinct genus of saurodont fishes]. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 24;280-281. (meeting of Dec. 17, 1872) Wherein Cope names of the genus Erisichthe and describes Erisichthe (Protosphyraena) nitida). <EM>

Cope, E. D., 1873. On two new species of Saurodontidae. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 25:337-339. (naming of Portheus lestrio (Xiphactinus audax),  Portheus gladius (Protosphyraena gladius) and Daptinus (Saurodon leanus).

Cope, E. D., 1874. Review of the vertebrata of the Cretaceous period found west of the Mississippi River. U. S. Geological Survey Territory Bulletin 1(2):3-48.

Cope, E. D., 1875. The vertebrata of the Cretaceous formations of the West. Report, U. S. Geological Survey Territory (Hayden). 2:302 p, 57 pls.

Cope, E. D., 1877. On some new or little known reptiles and fishes of the Cretaceous No. 3 of Kansas. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 17(100):176-181. (Anogmius and Stratodus)

Cope, E. D., 1877. On the genus Erisichthe. Bulletin U. S. Geological and Geographical. Survey iii, article xx. pp. 821-823. (first description of Martinichthys)

Cope, E. D. 1878.  The snout fishes of the Kansas chalk.  American Naturalist 12: 128-129.

Cope, E. D., 1892. Characters of Paleozoic fishes. Proc. U.S. National Museum. 14:447-463 (Ctenacanthus amblyxiphias Cope 1891)

Cope, E. D. 1894. New or little known Paleozoic and Mesozoic fishes. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 9(4):427-448, pl. 8-20. <EM>

Corrado, C. A., D. A. Wilhelm, K. Shimada, and M. J. Everhart.   2003. A new skeleton of the Late Cretaceous lamniform shark, Cretoxyrhina mantelli, from western Kansas. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Volume 23 (Supplement to Number 3): 43A.(Abstract)

Cragin, F. W. 1895. Descriptions of the invertebrate fossils from the Comanche series in Texas, Kansas and Indian Territory. Colorado College Studies __: 49-69.

Cragin, F. W. 1894. New and little known invertebrata from the Neocomian of Kansas. The American Geologist 14(1): 1-12.

Cragin, F. W. 1895. A study of the Belvidere Beds. American Geologist 16:357-385. (Kiowa Shale, Early Cretaceous)

Cragin, F.W. 1899. Buchiceras (Sphenodiscus) belviderensis and its varieties. Colorado College Studies 8:27-31, pl. I-II.

Cumbaa, S.L, Schröder-Adams, C., Day, R.G., and Phillips, A.J. 2006. Cenomanian bonebed faunas from the northeastern margin, Western Interior Seaway, Canada. pp. 139-155 in Lucas, S.G. and Sullivan, R.M. (eds.), Late Cretaceous vertebrates from the Western Interior. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 35.

David, M. L., 1996. Dental histology of Ptychodus and its implications in the phylogeny of the Ptychodontidae, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 16(suppl. to 3):30A.

DeKay, J. E., 1830. On the remains of extinct reptiles of the genera Mosasaurus and Geosaurus found in the secondary formation of New Jersey; and on the occurrence of a substance recently named coprolite by Dr. Buckland, in the same locality. Annals of the Lyceum of Natural History of New York, 3:134-141.

DeKay, J. E. 1842. Part 3. Reptiles and Amphibia. Pages vi + 98 p., 23 pls., In Zoology of New York, or the New York fauna. White and Visscher, Albany. <EM> (figure of the teeth of Mosasaurus dekayi Bronn, 1833)

Dhondt, A. V. and I. Dieni, 1990. Unusual Inoceramid-spondylid association from the Cretaceous Scaglia Rossa of Passo del Brocon (Trento, N. Italy) and its palaeontological significance.  Memorie di Scienze Geologiche, 42:155-187, 10 fig. 3 pl.

Dibley, G. E., 1911. On the teeth of Ptychodus and their distribution in the English Chalk. Quart. Journal Geological Society London LXVII

Diedrich, C., 2001. Ein pectoralflossenrest von Protosphyraena sp. (Pachycormidae, Actinopterygii) aus dem Ober-Cenoman von Halle/Westf. (NW-Deutschland). Ber. Naturwiss. Verein fur Bielfefeld u. Umgegend 41:31-44.

Dixon , F. 1850. The geology and fossils of the Tertiary and Cretaceous formations of Sussex . Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, London, 422 pp. 40 pls.

Dixon, F. 1850. Geology and fossils of the Tertiary and Cretaceous formations of Sussex. pp. i-xvi; 1-422. (New Edition, "revised and augmented" by Jones, T. R. 1878.  William J. Smith, Brighton.

Druckenmiller, P. S., A. J. Daun, J. L. Skulan and J. C. Pladziewicz, 1993. Stomach contents in the upper Cretaceous shark Squalicorax falcatus. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 13(suppl. to no. 3):33A.  (includes mosasaur paddle elements)

Duffin, C. J., 1996. Holocephalans in the Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde in Stuttgart: 4. The earliest German chimeroid. Stuttgarter Beitr. Naturk. Ser. B., Nr. 240, 10 pp., 4 fig. <JD>

Duffin, C. J., 1997. The dentition of Hybodus hauffianus Fraas, 1895 (Toarcian, Early Jurassic). Stuttgarter Beitr. Naturk. Ser. B., Nr. 256, 22 pp., 12 fig. <JD>

Duffin, C. J., 1998. New shark remains from the British Rhaetian (latest Triassic): 1. The earliest basking shark. N. Jb. Geological Paläont. Mh. 3:157-181. <JD>

Duffin, C. J., 1998. New shark remains from the British Rhaetian (latest Triassic): 2. Hybodonts and palaeospinacids. N. Jb. Geological Paläont. Mh. 4:240-256. <JD>

Duffin, C. J., 2001. Synopsis of the selachian genus Lissodus Brough, 1935. N. Jb. Geological Paläont. Abh. 221(2):145.218.<JD>

Duffin, C. J., 2001. A chimaerid (Holocephali, Chimaeriformes) vomerine toothplate from the Upper Cretaceous of Belgium. Palaeontology, 44(6)1179-1188. <JD>

Duffin, C.J. 2009. "Records of warfare; embalmed in the everlasting hills": A history of early coprolite research. Mercian Geologist 17(2):101-111.

Dunkle, D. H., 1948. On two previously unreported selachians from the Upper Cretaceous of North America.  Journal, Washington Academy of Science, 38(5)173-176. <EM> (Onchopristis)

Dunkle, D. H. 1969. A new amioid fish from the Upper Cretaceous of Kansas. Kirtlandia (Cleveland Museum Natural History), 7: 1-6. <EM>

Dunkle, D. H. and Hibbard, C. W. 1946. Some comments upon the structure of a pycnodontid fish from the upper Cretaceous of Kansas. University Kansas Science Bulletin 31 (8):161-181, pt. 1.

Dutel, H., Maisey, J., Schwimmer, D., Janvier, P. and Clément, G. 2011. Giant coelacanth Megalocoelacanthus dobiei from the Upper Cretaceous of North America and its bearings on the phylogeny of Mesozoic coelacanths. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31(Suppment to 3):103.

Eastman, C. R. 1895. Beiträge zur Kenntniss der Gattung Oxyrhina, mit besonderer Berücksichtigung von Oxyrhina mantelli Agassiz. Palaeontographica XLI 149-191, pls. XVI-XVIII.

Eastman, C. R. 1897. On Ctenacanthus spines from the Keokuk limestone of Iowa. American Journal of Science 4(1):10-13, 2 figs.

Eastman, C. R. 1911. Jurassic saurian remains injested within fish. Annals of the Carnegie Museum, No. 8: 182-187.

Elias, M. K. 1931. The geology of Wallace County, Kansas. State Geological Survey Bulletin 18,  __pp.

Elias, M. K. 1933. Cephalopods of the Pierre Formation of Wallace County, Kansas, and adjacent area. The University of Kansas Science Bulletin 21(9):289-263:

Estes, R. 1969. Studies of fossil Phylliodont fishes: Casierus, a new genus of Albulid from the Cretaceous of North America. Eclagae Geological Helv. 62(2)751-755, pl. I-II.

Everhart, M. J. 2004. Late Cretaceous interaction between predators and prey. Evidence of feeding by two species of shark on a mosasaur. PalArch, vertebrate palaeontology series 1(1):1-7.

Everhart, M. J. 2004. First record of the hybodont shark genus, “Polyacrodus” sp., (Chondrichthyes; Polyacrodontidae) from the Kiowa Formation (Lower Cretaceous) of McPherson County, Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 107(1/2): 39-43.

Everhart, M. J. 2005. Bite marks on an elasmosaur (Sauropterygia; Plesiosauria) paddle from the Niobrara Chalk (Upper Cretaceous) as probable evidence of feeding by the lamniform shark, Cretoxyrhina mantelli. PalArch, Vertebrate paleontology  2(2): 14-24.

Everhart, M. J. 2005. Oceans of Kansas - A Natural History of the Western Interior Sea. Indiana University Press, 320 pp.

Everhart, M. J. 2005. New stratigraphic records (Albian-Coniacian) of the guitarfish, Rhinobatos incertus (Chondrichthyes; Rajiformes), from the Cretaceous of central and western Kansas. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 25(Supplement to 3): 55A.

Everhart, M. J. 2007. Remains of a pycnodont fish (Actinopterygii: Pycnodontiformes) in a coprolite; An upper record of Micropycnodon kansasensis in the Smoky Hill Chalk, western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 110(1/2): 35-43.

Everhart, M. J. 2007.  New stratigraphic records (Albian-Campanian) of the guitarfish, Rhinobatos sp. (Chondrichthyes; Rajiformes), from the Cretaceous of Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 110(3-4): 225-235.

Everhart, M.J. 2009. First occurrence of marine vertebrates in the Early Cretaceous of Kansas: Champion Shell Bed, basal Kiowa Formation. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 112(3/4):201-210.

Everhart, M. J. 2010. Bonnerichthys gladius – The largest bony fish and first known planktivore from the Late Cretaceous. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 113(1-2):123-124 (abstract).

Everhart, M.J. 2011. Occurrence of the hybodont shark genus Meristodonoides (Chondrichthyes; Hybodontiformes) in the Cretaceous of Kansas . Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 114(1-2):33-46.

Everhart, M. J. and Caggiano, T.  2004.  An associated dentition and calcified vertebral centra of the Late Cretaceous elasmobranch, Ptychodus anonymus Williston 1900. Paludicola 4(4),  p. 125-136.

Everhart, M. J., T. Caggiano and K. Shimada, 2003. Note on the occurrence of five species of ptychodontid sharks from a single locality in the Smoky Hill Chalk (Late Cretaceous) of western Kansas. Kansas Academy Science Abstracts, 22:29.

Everhart, M. J. and M. K. Darnell. 2004. Occurrence of Ptychodus mammillaris (Elasmobranchii) in the Fairport Chalk Member of the Carlile Shale (Upper Cretaceous) of Ellis County, Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 107(3-4):126-130.

Everhart, M. J. and P. A. Everhart, 1992. Oyster-shell concentrations; a stratigraphic marker in the Smoky Hill Chalk (upper Cretaceous) of western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions, 11(Abstracts):12.

Everhart, M. J. and P. A. Everhart, 1993. Notes on the biostratigraphy of the plethodid Martinichthys in the Smoky Hill Chalk (upper Cretaceous) of western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions, 12(Abstracts):36.

Everhart, M. J. and P. A. Everhart, 1994. Evidence of predation on the rare plethodid Martinichthys in the Smoky Hill Chalk (upper Cretaceous) of western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions, 13(Abstracts):36.

Everhart, M. J. and P. A. Everhart, 1998. New data regarding the feeding habits of the extinct lamniform shark, Cretoxyrhina mantelli, from the Smoky Hill Chalk (upper Cretaceous) of western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 17:(Abstracts)33.

Everhart, M. J. and P. A. Everhart. 2003. First report of the Paleozoic shark, Ctenacanthus amblyxiphias Cope 1891 from the Lower Permian of Morris County Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science Abstracts, 22:13.

Everhart, M. J., P. A. Everhart and K. Ewell. 2004. A marine ichthyofauna from the Upper Dakota Sandstone (Late Cretaceous). Abstracts of oral presentations and posters, Joint Annual Meeting of the Kansas and Missouri Academies of Science, p. 48.

Everhart, M. J., P. Everhart, E. M. Manning, and D. E. Hattin. 2003. A Middle Turonian marine fish fauna from the Upper Blue Hill Shale Member, Carlile Shale, of north central Kansas. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Volume 23 (Supplement to Number 3): 49A.(Abstract)

Everhart, M.J. and Maltese, A. 2010. First report of a heteromorph ammonite, cf. Glyptoxoceras, from the Smoky Hill Chalk (Santonian) of western Kansas, and a brief review of Niobrara cephalopods. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 113:(1-2):64-70.

Everhart, M. J., P. A. Everhart and K. Shimada. 1995. New specimen of shark bitten mosasaur vertebrae from the Smoky Hill Chalk (upper Cretaceous) in western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 14:(Abstracts)19.

Everhart, M. J., P. A. Everhart and J. D. Stewart. 1995. Notes on the biostratigraphy of a small coelacanth from the Smoky Hill Chalk Member of the Niobrara Chalk (upper Cretaceous) of western Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 14(Abstracts):20.

Everhart, M.J., Hageman, S.A. and Hoffman, B.L. 2010. Another Sternberg “fish-within-a-fish?discovery: First report of Ichthyodectes ctenodon (Teleostei; Ichthyodectiformes) with stomach contents. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 113(3-4):197-205. 

Everhart, M. J., K. Shimada and K. Ewell. 2004. First record of the lamniform shark genus, Johnlongia, from the Niobrara Chalk. Abstracts of oral presentations and posters, Joint Annual Meeting of the Kansas and Missouri Academies of Science, p. 48.

Evetts, M. J. 1979. Upper Cretaceous sharks from the Black Hills region, Wyoming and South Dakota. The Mountain Geologist, 16(2):59-66.

Ewell, K. and M. J. Everhart. 2004. A Paleozoic shark fauna from the Council Grove Group (Lower Permian). Abstracts of oral presentations and posters, Joint Annual Meeting of the Kansas and Missouri Academies of Science, p. 48-49.

Feldmann, R. M. and M. Maxey, 1980. Raninella carlilensis, a new raninid crab from the Carlile Shale (Turonian) of Kansas.  Journal of Paleontology 54(4):858-861.

Fielitz, C., 2002. First record of endopterygoid teeth in the North American late Cretaceous teleostean fish Enchodus gladiolus (Aulopiformes: Enchodontidae).  Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions 105(1-2):27-32.

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