Proteroctopus ribeti in coleoid evolution

@article{Kruta2016ProteroctopusRI,
  title={Proteroctopus ribeti in coleoid evolution},
  author={Isabelle Kruta and Isabelle Rouget and Sylvain J. Charbonnier and J{\'e}r{\'e}mie Bardin and Vincent Fernandez and Damien Germain and Arnaud Brayard and Neil H. Landman},
  journal={Palaeontology},
  year={2016},
  volume={59}
}
Palaeontological data are key elements for inferring ancestral character states and the assembly of character complexes, but cephalopod fossils preserving soft tissues are very rare. The exceptionally well‐preserved, unique specimen of Jurassic Proteroctopus ribeti Fischer & Riou from the Lagerstätte of La‐Voulte‐sur‐Rhône (c. 165 Ma, France) is one of the few fossil octopod related taxa, but is rarely considered in evolutionary studies. In this paper, we used synchrotron microtomography to… 

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