Devonian antiarchs (Pisces, Antiarchi) from central and Southern European Russia

@article{Moloshnikov2008DevonianA,
  title={Devonian antiarchs (Pisces, Antiarchi) from central and Southern European Russia},
  author={Sergey Moloshnikov},
  journal={Paleontological Journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={42},
  pages={691-773}
}
  • S. Moloshnikov
  • Published 12 November 2008
  • Biology
  • Paleontological Journal
Antiarchi (Pisces, Placodermi) from the Devonian of central and southern European Russia (Central Devonian Field) are studied. Antiarchs belong to three families, the Asterolepididae, Remigolepididae (suborder Asterolepidoidei), and Bothriolepididae (suborder Bothriolepidoidei). The diagnoses of the order, two suborders, three families, and five genera (two of which are new) are given. Sixteen species, including one new, are described; ten taxa are determined in open nomenclature. Morphological… 

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