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    Penaeus bolcensis SECRETAN, 1975

    Publication: SECRETAN S.(1975) Les crustacés du Monte Bolca. Studi e Ricerche sui Giacimenti Terziari di Bolca 2. Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Verona: 315-388.
  2. Lit.: SECRETAN S 1975.Les crustacés de Monte Bolca. Studi e Ricerche sui Giacimenti Terziari di Bolca 2. Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Verona: 315-388.
  3. Lit.: G. Carnevale, A. F. Bannikov, G. Marramá, J. C. Tyler, and R. Zorzin. 2014. The Pesciara-Monte Postale Fossil-Lagerstätte: 2. Fishes and other vertebrates. Rendiconti della Società Paleontologica Italiana 4:37-63 A. F. Bannikov. 2014. The systematic composition of the Eocene actinopterygian fish fauna from Monte Bolca, northern Italy, as known to date. Studi e ricerche sui giacimenti terziari di Bolca, XV - Miscellanea paleontologica 12:23-34
  4. oilshale

    Ductor vestenae Volta 1796

    Lit.: G. Carnevale, A. F. Bannikov, G. Marramá, J. C. Tyler, and R. Zorzin. 2014. The Pesciara-Monte Postale Fossil-Lagerstätte: 2. Fishes and other vertebrates. Rendiconti della Società Paleontologica Italiana 4:37-63
  5. oilshale

    Ductor vestenae VOLTA, 1796

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Ductor vestenae VOLTA, 1796 Eocene Ypresian Monte Bolca near Verona Italy
  6. oilshale

    Ramphosus rastrum (Volta, 1796)

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Ramphosus rastrum (Volta, 1796) Middle Eocene Monte Bolca near Verona Italy
  7. oilshale

    Milananguilla lehmani Blot, 1975

    Lit.: Blot, J. (1976) Les anguilliformes fossiles du Monte Bolca. 2e Congres Europeen des Ichtyologistes Europeens, Paris, 1976, Revue Trav. Inst. Pech. Marit., Nantes, 40 (3&4) 509-511, 1 tabl. Blot, J. (1978) Les apodes fossiles du Monte Bolca. Studi e Ricerche sui Giacimenti Terziari di Bolca, Verona 3 (1) 1-260, 120 fig, 21 tabl. 39pl. Blot, J. (1984): Les Apodes fossiles du Monte Bolca. 2. Actinopterygii : Ordre des Apodes (Anguilliformes): Famille des Paranguillidae Blot 1980. Museo civico di storia naturale di Verona, 1984, p. 62-238, 24 p. di tav.
  8. oilshale

    Prosolenostomus lessinii Blot, 1980

    Species of the family Syngnathidae belong to the order Syngnathiformes. The name "Syngnathiformes" means "conjoined-jaws". Syngnathiformes is an order of ray-finned fishes that includes among others false pipefishes, pipefishes and seahorses (Syngnathidae), razorfishes (Centriscidae), trumpetfishes (Aulostomidae) and cornetfishes (Fistulariidae). Fishes of this order have elongate, narrow, bodies surrounded by a series of bony rings, and small, tubular mouths. The tubular mouth shows that these members of the Syngnathiformes fed on small Crustaceans and such, much as their modern-day relatives
  9. oilshale

    Cyclopoma gigas Agassiz, 1833

    Lit.: L. Agassiz. 1833. Recherches Sur Les Poissons Fossiles. Tome IV (livr. 1). Imprimerie de Petitpierre, Neuchatel 17-32. G. Carnevale, A. F. Bannikov, G. Marramá, J. C. Tyler, and R. Zorzin. 2014. The Pesciara-Monte Postale Fossil-Lagerstätte: 2. Fishes and other vertebrates. Rendiconti della Società Paleontologica Italiana 4:37-63. A. F. Bannikov. 2014. The systematic composition of the Eocene actinopterygian fish fauna from Monte Bolca, northern Italy, as known to date. Studi e ricerche sui giacimenti terziari di Bolca, XV - Miscellanea paleontologica 12:23-34.
  10. oilshale

    Cyclopoma gigas Agassiz, 1833

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Cyclopoma gigas Agassiz 1833 Eocene Ypresian Monte Bolca near Verona Italy
  11. Old name: Naseus rectifrons Agassiz, 1842 Lit.: L. Agassiz. 1842. Recherches Sur Les Poissons Fossiles. Tome IV (livr. 14). Imprimerie de Petitpierre, Neuchâtel 205-291 J. Blot and J. C. Tyler. 1990. New genera and species of fossil surgeon fishes and their relatives (Acanturoidei, Teleostei) from the Eocene of Monte Bolca, Italy, with application of the Blot formula to both fossil and recent forms. Studi e ricerche sui giacimenti terziari di Bolca 6:13-92
  12. oilshale

    Eorandallius rectifrons (Agassiz, 1842)

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Eorandallius rectifrons (Agassiz, 1842) Middle Eocene Lutetian Monte Bolca near Verona Italy Length 10cm Lit.: J. Blot and J. C. Tyler. 1990. New genera and species of fossil surgeon fishes and their relatives (Acanturoidei, Teleostei) from the Eocene of Monte Bolca, Italy, with application of the Blot formula to both fossil and recent forms. Studi e ricerche sui giacimenti terziari di Bolca 6:13-92
  13. oilshale

    Sparnodus vulgaris Blainville, 1818

    Lit.: Bannikov A. F. 2006. — Fishes from the Eocene of Bolca, northern Italy, previously classified in the Sparidae, Serranidae and Haemulidae (Perciformes). Geodiversitas 28 (2) : 249-275. Day J. J. 2002. Phylogenetic relationships of the Sparidae (Teleostei: Percoidei) and implications for convergent trophic evolution. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 76: 269-301 Day J. J. 2003. Evolutionary relationships of the Sparidae (Teleostei: Percoidei): integrating fossil and Recent data. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences 93: 333-353
  14. Lit. L. Agassiz. 1839. Recherches Sur Les Poissons Fossiles. Tome IV (livr. 13). Imprimerie de Petitpierre, Neuchatel 109-204. A. F. Bannikov. 2014. The systematic composition of the Eocene actinopterygian fish fauna from Monte Bolca, northern Italy, as known to date. Studi e ricerche sui giacimenti terziari di Bolca, XV - Miscellanea paleontologica 12:23-34
  15. oilshale

    Eolates gracilis AGASSIZ, 1843

    Lates is a genus of freshwater and marine fish belonging to the order Perciformes. The lates species are now native to the Indian and western Pacific Oceans and to rivers and lakes in Africa. The lates species are generally carnivorous, feeding on invertebrates and other fish. The Nile perch, Lates niloticus, is one of the largest freshwater fish, it reaches a maximum length of nearly two metres (more than six feet), weighing up to 200 kg (440 lb).
  16. oilshale

    Sphyraena bolcensis AGASSIZ, 1844

    Recent Sphyraenea barracuda, own work of Laban712 (from Wikipedia) The genus Sphyraena (from Latin: "pike-like") belongs to the order Perciformes. Members of the genus Sphyraena, better known as Barracudas, are elongated fish, pike-like in appearance, with large pointed heads and jaws. The two dorsal fins are widely separated with the anterior fin having five spines, the posterior fin having only one spine and nine soft rays. The posterior dorsal fin is similar in size to the anal fin and is situated above it. Barracudas normally have an under bite with prominent sharp-edged fang-l
  17. The order Beryciformes, a poorly understood group, is represented in Monte Bolca with at least two species: Eoholocentrum and Berybolcensis, both from the subfamily Holocentrinae or squirrelfish (L. Sorbini, 1984). Both species seemed to be largely or entirely nocturnal and lived in deep marine waters; their eyes are amazingly large. Lit.: Sorbini, L., 1979. Les Holocentridae du Monte Bolca. III. Berybolcensis leptacanthus (Agassiz). Studi e Richerche sui Giacimenti Terziari di Bolca 4, 19–35.
  18. oilshale

    Diodon tenuispinus AGASSIZ, 1833

    Diodon holocanthus, inflated (own work of Ibrahim lujaz from Rep. Of Maldives) Diodon nicthemerus (own work of user Springcold at da.wikipedia) Porcupinefish belong to the family Diodontidae within the Tetraodontiformes order and are also commonly called blowfish. They have the ability to swallow water or air and to inflate their body making it harder for predators to swallow them. When the fish inflates, sharp spines radiate outwards as a second defense mechanism. Some species are poisonous, having tetrodotoxin in their internal organs. Fugu is the Japanese word for pufferfis
  19. oilshale

    Paranguilla tigrina (AGASSIZ, 1835)

    The entire, abundantly fossiliferous formation consists of 19 meters of limestone, all of which contains fossils, but interspersed in which are the lagerstätten layers that contain the highly preserved specimens. Within these layers, the fish and other specimens are so highly preserved that soft tissue preservation can is observable and even the skin color pattern can sometimes be determined. Lit.: Blot, J. (1976) Les anguilliformes fossiles du Monte Bolca. 2e Congres Europeen des Ichtyologistes Europeens, Paris, 1976, Revue Trav. Inst. Pech. Marit., Nantes, 40 (3&4) 509-511,
  20. oilshale

    Apogon spinosus Agassiz, 1836

    They are among the most common fish on coral reefs. Lit.: L. Agassiz. 1836. Recherches Sur Les Poissons Fossiles. Tome IV (livr. 6). Imprimerie de Petitpierre, Neuchatel 53-108. Bannikov A.F. 2005: New cardinalfishes (Perciformes, Apogonidae) from the Eocene of Bolca, northern Italy // Studi ric. giacim. terz. Bolca. Verona. 2005. V. XI. P. 119-140. Giuseppe Marramà, Alexandre F. Bannikov, James C. Tyler, Roberto Zorzin, Giorgio Carnevale (2016): Controlled excavations in the Pesciara and Monte Postale sites provide new insights about the palaeoecology and
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