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TitleThe first record of Late Jurassic crossognathiform fishes from Europe and their phylogenetic importance for teleostean phylogeny
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsArratia GF, Tischlinger H
JournalFossil Record
Volume13
Issue2
Pagination317-341
ISSN1435-1943
Accession NumberISI:000281114200005
Keywordscrossognathiform fishes bavarichthys n. gen. morphology phylogeny late jurassic solnhofen limestones germany caudal skeleton patterns actinopterygii osteichthyans diversity homology mexico
Abstract

The Late Jurassic Bavarichthys incognitus, n. gen. n. sp. from Ettling, Bavaria, is described. The new species represents the oldest record of a crossognathiform in Europe and together with Chongichthys from the Oxfordian of South America stands at the basal levels of a clade including crossognathids and pachyrhizodontoids. In addition, the new fish represents the first record of a crossognathiform in the Solnhofen Limestones. The new genus is characterized by numerous features such as the presence of infraorbitals 1-3 independent and 4 + 5 fused; two supramaxillary bones present; supramaxilla 2 considerably shorter than supramaxilla 1 and lacking an antero-dorsal process; well-developed series of epineural, epicentral and epipleural intermuscular bones; parhypural and hypurals 1 and 2 partially fused to each other; a series of epaxial basal fulcra; and a few, elongate fringing fulcra associated with the dorsal leading margin of caudal fin.

URLhttp://gateway.isiknowledge.com/gateway/Gateway.cgi?GWVersion=2&SrcAuth=ResearchSoft&SrcApp=EndNote&DestLinkType=FullRecord&DestApp=WOS&KeyUT=000281114200005
DOIDOI 10.1002/mmng.201000005
Alternate JournalFoss Rec

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