A NEW SPECIES OF BARAMEDA (RHIZODONTIDA) AND HETEROCHRONY IN THE RHIZODONTID PECTORAL FIN

@inproceedings{Holland2007ANS,
  title={A NEW SPECIES OF BARAMEDA (RHIZODONTIDA) AND HETEROCHRONY IN THE RHIZODONTID PECTORAL FIN},
  author={Timothy Holland and A. Warren and Z. Johanson and J. Long and K. Parker and Jillian Garvey},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract New material of the Australian Lower Carboniferous rhizodontid Barameda provides additional information on poorly known aspects of rhizodontid anatomy, including the braincase and branchial arches, and indicates that two species of Barameda are present in the Mansfield Group, a larger poorly ossified species, B. decipiens, and a new species, Barameda mitchelli n. sp. based on the smaller well ossified specimens previously assigned to B. decipiens. Unusually, in a new pectoral fin… Expand
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