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Alternative combinations: Diaphus moravicus and Leuciscus moravicus. Taxonomy according to Fossilworks.org. Description of Oligophus moravicus according to Přikryl et al. 2017, pp. 219-220: “The following description is based on the almost complete specimen Tv 1023a and its counterpart specimen Tv 1023b. They show a preorbital length much shorter than orbit diameter. The head is rounded, with an antero-dorsally oriented mouth. The lower jaw joint is located far posterior to the posterior-most margin of the orbit. The maxillary is slender throughout. There is no indication of a supram
Very probably Propteridium profondae Ciobanu, 1970. Taxonomy according to Přikryl, 2018. From Fahay, 2007, p. 649: “The order Ophidiiformes (sensu Cohen and Nielsen 1978; Nielsen et al., 1999) contains the suborders Bythitoidei, viviparous forms with an external intromittent organ, and Ophidioidei, oviparous forms with pelvic fins at level of preopercle or farther anterior, and caudal fin confluent with dorsal and anal fins.” Description of Propterides profondae according to Přikryl and Carnevale, 2018, p. 482: “The head is more or less triangular in shape; its length is contain
Probably Propercarina cf. rebeli Pauca, 1929. Alternative name: Palimphyes cf. rebeli (Pauca, 1929). Taxonomy according to Fossilworks.org. Diagnosis for the genus Propercarina according to Prikryl et al., 2014, p. 693: “Emended diagnosis (according to Pauca, 1929, 1934 and Bannikov, 1995, 2010, modified): Body elongated. Dorsal and ventral edges of body are almost parallel and they run alongside the axis of the vertebral column; the body is covered by small cycloid scales; the lateral line is parallel to the dorsal edge of the body and runs just dorsal to the vertebral column;