Sarcopterygian Fishes, the “Lobe-Fins”

@inproceedings{Clement2019SarcopterygianFT,
  title={Sarcopterygian Fishes, the “Lobe-Fins”},
  author={A. M. Clement},
  year={2019}
}
Sarcopterygian fishes, the “lobe-fins”, are today represented by two species of coelacanth and six lungfishes. Lungfish are the closest living group to the tetrapods, the first four-footed terrestrial vertebrates and all of their descendants. However, when extinct groups are taken into account, the evolutionary history and relationships of the Sarcopterygii become much more complex. In addition to lungfishes and the coelacanth, this chapter will introduce you to groups now known exclusively… Expand

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