Elasmobranch fossils from Morocco and Egypt. Hybodontoidea fin spine with tubercles (FSAC-KK 943), in (A) lateral and (B) posterior view. Hybodontoidea fin spine (FSAC-KK 944), ornamented with striations in (C) lateral and (D) posterior view. Lamniform tooth (Poi-SGM 52) referred to Haimirichia amonensis in (E) labial and (F) lingual view. Lamniform tooth (Poi-SGM 53) referred to Cenocarcharias cf. tenuiplicatus in (G) labial and (H) lingual views. I Rostral tooth of Peyeria libyca (Poi SGM 61). Scale bars equal 3 cm in A-D, 3 mm in E and F, 2 mm in G and H, 1 cm in I.

  Part of: Ibrahim N, Sereno PC, Varricchio DJ, Martill DM, Dutheil DB, Unwin DM, Baidder L, Larsson HCE, Zouhri S, Kaoukaya A (2020) Geology and paleontology of the Upper Cretaceous Kem Kem Group of eastern Morocco. ZooKeys 928: 1-216. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.928.47517