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    Die palaeoniscid Fisch des Rheinland - Pfalz Rotliegend / Perm Sind Die häufigsten Funde next to branchiosaurians und Apateon. Vor Ort war also verschiedene types, stirbt nur von Experten ohne Zweifel festgestellt Werden Können und sicher - weitere Literatur: - www.permfossil.de - leider nur in deutscher Sprache, - - Biologische Aspekte Eines interessanter fossile Fische: Paramblypterus duvernoyi (Amblypteridae, Strahlenflosser Kathrin Dietze) Autoren - der Schädel und Schultergürtel von Paramblypterus gelberti (Actinopterygii) und seine Beziehung mit der paramblypteriformes und redfieldiiformes Autoren Autoren und Zugehörigkeiten Jürgen Gad - Heyler , 1980 *********************************************************************************** The palaeoniscid fish of the Rhineland - Palatinate Rotliegend / Perm are the most common finds next to branchiosaurians and Apateon. On site was therefore different types, dies only by experts undoubtedly be determined and safe - more literature: - www.permfossil.de - unfortunately only in german language, - - Biological aspects of an interesting fossil fish: Paramblypterus duvernoyi (Amblypteridae, ray-finned Kathrin Dietze) authors - the skull and shoulder girdle of Paramblypterus gelberti (Actinopterygii) and his relationship with the paramblypteriformes and redfieldiiformes Authors Authors and affiliations Jürgen Gad - Heyler, 1980
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    Collected on private property owned by Larry Martin.
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    Originally named Sinosaurichthys by Wu et al., the genus was reranked as Saurichthys by A. Tintori (2013) Lit.: Wu, F.X., Sun, Y.L., Xu, G.H., Hao, W.C., Jiang, D.Y., and Sun, Z.Y. 2011. New saurichthyid actinopterygian fishes from the Anisian (Middle Triassic) of southwestern China. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 56 (3): 581–614.
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    Monte San Giorgio is now an UNESCO WHL site. Lit.: Beardmore, S.R. & Furrer, H. Swiss J Geosci (2016) 109: 1. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00015-015-0194-z
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    Specimen found on the foreshore of Port des Barques. The left valve is conical, the other one is flat. It is said opercular, remains of matrix are still on it.
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    Chesapectin nefrens is an index fossil for the Drum Cliff Member of the Choptank Formation. This example is particularly nice because the interior is almost completely layered in pearl.
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