Redescription of †Yanosteus longidorsalis Jin et al., 1995 (Chondrostei, Acipenseriformes, †Peipiaosteidae) from the Early Cretaceous of China

@article{Hilton2020RedescriptionO,
  title={Redescription of †Yanosteus longidorsalis Jin et al., 1995 (Chondrostei, Acipenseriformes, †Peipiaosteidae) from the Early Cretaceous of China},
  author={Eric J. Hilton and Lance. Grande and Fan Jin},
  journal={Journal of Paleontology},
  year={2020},
  volume={95},
  pages={170 - 183}
}
Abstract. The family †Peipiaosteidae contains the genera †Peipiaosteus, †Stichopterus, †Spherosteus, †Yanosteus, and †Liaosteus, all from Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous deposits of China, Russia, Kazakhstan, and Mongolia. Although the family has taxonomically expanded since it was first established for †P. pani Liu and Zhou, 1965, the amount of detailed comparative data for many of the taxa involved is lacking. In this paper, we describe the osteology of the monotypic genus †Yanosteus from… 
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