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The diversity of Devonian- Early Carboniferous lungfish teeth in Lithuanian erratics, free to discuss!
D.N.FossilmanLithuania posted a topic in Fossil IDDear Guys, I recently got a new camera and made the better pictures of all my lungfish dental plates. There are some families identified but I would be very happy to discuss with you about unidentified specimens and features of each dental plate, maybe some of you would know genera of these finds? The age of fossils is Devonian- Early Carboniferous, they are found in Lithuanian erratics (the majority in marine dolomite and some in shallow marine sandstone). The smallest find is 1,5 mm length and the largest is 1,2 cm length. Please tell your opinion about identifications of these finds, any help will be very appreciated because it would be great material for publication The first fossils I show are holodipterid dental plates. The main feature- merged tooth rows with poorly visible odontodes in the top. 4-7 mm length.