Correction to: A Late Jurassic (Kimmeridgian–early Tithonian) fish fauna of the Eperkés-hegy (Olaszfalu, Bakony Mts., Hungary): the oldest record of Notidanodon Cappetta, 1975 and a short revision of Mesozoic Hexanchidae Correction First Online: 18 May 2019
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Correction to: Palaeobio Palaeoenv
Due to typesetting error, the scale bars for Figs.
were missing in the online article. Tables
also contained mistakes. The correct figures and tables are shown here.
Notidanodon sp. a Lower anterolateral tooth (VER 2018.359.) in lingual view and b in labial view. c Lower anterolateral tooth (VER 2018.360.) in lingual view, d in mesial, e in labial view and f in apical view. Scale bars: a and b 5 mm; c–f 10 mm Fig. 3
a–k Sphenodus sp. a VER 2018.362. in lingual view, b in profile view and c in labial view. d VER 2018.363. in lingual view, e in profile view and f in labial view. g VER 2018.367. in lingual view, h in profile view and i in labial view. j and k VER 2018.366. in two different views. l and m Synechodontiformes indet. l VER 2018.361. in lingual view and m in labial view. Scale bars: a–i 10 mm; j–m 2 mm Fig. 6
a–f Caturus sp. a VER 2018.381. in lingual view; b in profile view; c in labial view. d VER 2018.382. in labial view; e in profile view; f in lingual view. g–l Actinopterygii indet. remains g–i VER 2018.384. in three different views. j and k VER 2018.385. in two different views. l VER 2018.386. in external view. Scale bars, 500 μm Table 2
Simplified geological time range of all currently valid hexanchid genera. White star symbol marks the Olaszfalu
Notidanodon Table 3
Revisional summary of the Jurassic hexanchoid record. A large part of the data follows the work of Kriwet and Klug (2011)
The Publisher regrets this error.
The original article has been corrected.