REDESCRIPTION OF THE PECTORAL FIN AND VERTEBRAL COLUMN OF THE RHIZODONTID FISH BARAMEDA DECIPIENS FROM THE LOWER CARBONIFEROUS OF AUSTRALIA

@inproceedings{Garvey2005REDESCRIPTIONOT,
  title={REDESCRIPTION OF THE PECTORAL FIN AND VERTEBRAL COLUMN OF THE RHIZODONTID FISH BARAMEDA DECIPIENS FROM THE LOWER CARBONIFEROUS OF AUSTRALIA},
  author={Jillian Garvey and Z. Johanson and A. Warren},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract The original description of the pectoral fin of the rhizodontid Barameda decipiens emphasized the narrowness of the fin, based on a narrow radius and low number of preserved lepidotrichia. Elements of the vertebral column were said to be most similar to the tristichopterid Eusthenopteron. A more complete description of the pectoral fin and vertebral column of Barameda, based on new silicone molds and X-rays, indicates that the fin is much wider than previously estimated and that the… Expand
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