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  1. The spikefishes are related to the pufferfishes and triggerfishes. Taxonomy according to GBIF. Diagnosis after Tyler et al., 1993: "Carpathospinosus differs from all other Triacanthodidae by the first dorsal spine with a longer average relative length (37% SL versus 24%-34%) and the second dorsal spine considerably shorter, with an average relative length at the low end of the range of length in other triacanthodids (15% SL versus 13%—29% SL), its length contained an average of 2.4 times in the length of the first spine (versus length of second spine contained an average of 1.1-1.4 t
  2. oilshale

    Properca sabbae PAUCA, 1929

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Properca sabbae PAUCA, 1929 Oligocene Menilite Formation Jamna Dolna Poland Length 1.5cm
  3. From the album: Vertebrates

    Aeoliscus longispinus (Rozhdestvensky, 1949) Oligocene Menilite shale Carpathians Jamna Dolna Poland
  4. oilshale

    Antigonia sp.

    This species belongs to a small order of marine ray-finned fishes, the Zeiformes. The order consists of about 40 species in six (or seven?) families, mostly deep-sea types: Zeidae (Dories), Parazenidae (Parazen), Zeniontidae, Oreosomatidae, Grammicolepidae, Cyttidae (?) and Caproidae (Boarfishes). Zeiformes are considered to be the sister taxon of a group making up the order Beryciformes and a huge conglomeration of spiny-rayed fishes known as the "percomorpha", including the Perciformes. They range in size from less than 5 cm to up to 90cm. Zeiformes are characterized by us
  5. oilshale

    Properca sabbae Pauca, 1929

    Lit.: M. Pauca. 1929. Vorläufige Mitteilung über eine fossile Fischfauna aus den Oligozänschiefern von Sulanesti, Muscel. Academia Romana 12(4-5):26-34
  6. oilshale

    Portunus oligocenicus PAUCA, 1929

    Lit.: A. Jerzmanska (1967): Crabs of the genus Portunus Weber from the Menilite Series of the Carpathians. ANNALES DE LA SOClETE GEOLOGIQUE DE POLOGNE. Vol. 37, 1967, pp. 539-545
  7. oilshale

    Holocentroides moldavicus PAUCA, 1931

    Holocentroides moldavicus PAUCA, 1931 = Africentrum moldavicum (PAUCA, 1931) Lit.: KOTLARCZYK, J.; JERZMAÑSKA, A.; OEWIDNICKA, E.; WISZNIOWSKA, T.(2006): A FRAMEWORK OF ICHTHYOFAUNAL ECOSTRATIGRAPHY OF THE OLIGOCENE–EARLY MIOCENE STRATA OF THE POLISH OUTER CARPATHIAN BASIN. Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae (2006), vol. 76: 1–111.
  8. oilshale

    Scomber voitestii Pauca, 1929

    Picture of the recent Scomber scombrus, the Atlantic mackerel (by Titus Tscharntke http://www.public-domain-image.com/public-domain-images-pictures-free-stock-photos/fauna-animals-public-domain-images-pictures/fishes-public-domain-images-pictures/atlantic-mackerel-fish.jpg Lit.: KOTLARCZYK, J.; JERZMAÑSKA, A.; OEWIDNICKA, E.; WISZNIOWSKA, T.(2006): A FRAMEWORK OF ICHTHYOFAUNAL ECOSTRATIGRAPHY OF THE OLIGOCENE–EARLY MIOCENE STRATA OF THE POLISH OUTER CARPATHIAN BASIN. Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae (2006), vol. 76: 1–111.
  9. oilshale

    Capros rhenanus WEILER, 1920

    Lit.: SWIDNICKI. J. (1986): OLIGOCENE ZEIFORMES (TELEOSTEI) FROM THE POLISH CARPATHIANS. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, Vol. 31, No. 1-2 pp. 111-135; pls. 47-50 Bannikov, A., Baciu, D.-S. und Tyler, J. (2005) REVISION OF THE FOSSIL FISHES OF THE FAMILY CAPROIDAE (ACANTOMORPHA) Miscellanea paleontologica N. 8, Studi e Richerche sui Giacimenti terziari di Bolca XI. p 7-74.
  10. oilshale

    Capros rhenanus WEILER, 1920

    This species belongs to a small family of marine ray-finned fishes, the Caproidea (Boarfish, Capros = boar from the Greek kapros). The family consists of about 12 species in two genera, all of them deep-sea types: Antigona and Capros (monotypic). Caproidea are characterized by usually thin and deep, compressed, and oblong to disk-shaped bodies with 5 -10 soft rays and possibly a spine in the pelvic fins, 5 -10 dorsal fin spines and up to 4 anal fin spines. The upper jaw with minute, slender conical teeth is more or less protrusible. With their greatly compressed head and body, large mouth
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