A genus with two species, one in Australia. Snout very bluntly conical to acutely conical; body very stout; caudal fin crescent-shaped.
Author: William T. White
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William T. White, Lamna in Fishes of Australia, accessed 20 Oct 2020, http://22.214.171.124/home/genus/765
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