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The latest early Campanian archipelago deposits of the Kristianstad Basin, southern Sweden, yield one of the most diverse Cretaceous chondrichthyan faunas collected from a narrow stratigraphical interval. Building on previous descriptions of various selachians, squatiniform and synechodontiform sharks are added to the faunal list. Squatinidae is represented by Squatina (Squatina) lundegreni sp. nov. and Squatina (Squatina) fortemordeo sp. nov. The poorly preserved type specimens of the nominal Squatina hassei from the Maastrichtian of The Netherlands were recently regarded conspecific with better preserved Santonian–Maastrichtian teeth of Squatina (Cretascyllium) from the Anglo-Paris Basin. This appears...

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