Title: Tail of Squalo-raja (Spinacorhinus) polyspondila Agassiz

Creator: Charles Weber (1801-1875)

Description: The front part of the fossil fish Squaloraja polyspondila Agassiz, was found by Mary Anning (1799-1847) at the end of December 1829. This drawing shows the tail which she found later and became part of the collection of the Lyme Regis resident Elizabeth Philpot (1780-1857).

Published in Agassiz, J L R. ‘Recherches sur les Poissons Fossiles’ (1833-1843/1844), Vol 3, Tab 43, livraison issued 1836.

Date: [1835]

Format: Watercolour

Archive reference: LDGSL/613/4/100/1

Image reference: 27-18

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