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Narrominaspis

Narrominaspis long extinct arthrodire armored buchanosteid. Its fossils, and acanthothoracid, Connemarraspis, was found in the late Lochkovian age of the marine strata formation Connemarra in Australia. Considered the basal buchanosteid.

                                               

Parabuchanosteus

Parabuchanosteus murrumbidgeensis an extinct arthrodire armored buchanosteid. Its fossils were found in sediments of late emsian-aged marine strata of New South Wales, Australia. It was originally described as Buchanosteus murrumbidgeensis in 195 ...

                                               

Taemasosteus

Taemasosteus is an extinct genus of arthrodire armored. Its fossils were found in sediments of emsian-aged marine strata in New South Wales, Australia. It contains two species, T. novaustrocambricus and maclartiensis. Monotypic genus and family " ...

                                               

Weejasperaspis

Weejasperaspis gavini is extinct armored acanthothoracid found in the Taemas-Weejasper reef, in the beginning of the Devonian age, the Buchan group in Eastern Victoria, Australia. Weejasperaspis different from other acanthothoracids that the aver ...

                                               

Wuttagoonaspis

Wuttagoonaspis is a genus of primitive arthrodire placoderms from the middle Devonian of Australia. Box of the skull is up to 18 inches in length, and the median dorsal plate averages a length of about 10 centimeters.

                                               

Cleithrolepis

Cleithrolepis is an extinct genus of ray-finned fish from the Triassic. The genus is increased to 30 centimetres 12 in length. He had a weak lower jaw with teeth only at the tip. Cleithrolepis lived in rivers, billabongs and lakes in the large br ...

                                               

Dorsetichthys

Dorsetichthys was herring-like fish about 40 cm 16 in length, although he was not closely linked to modern herring. Like them, however, there was a dorsal fin, a symmetrical tail and anal fin placed towards the rear part of the body. It had large ...

                                               

Heterolepidotus

                                               

Ionoscopus

                                               

Pholidophorus

The nominal form of "Pholidophorus" friedeni Delsate, 1999 and "Pholidophorus" gervasuttii Zambelli, 1980 was renamed Luxembourgichthys and Lombardichthys at the tavern and Steurbaut of Arratia 2017 and 2017, respectively. In addition, an early f ...

                                               

Cretaceous fish of Europe

                                               

Jurassic fish of Europe

                                               

Triassic fish of Europe

                                               

Pseudopetalichthyida

Pseudopetalichthyida an extinct order of lightly armored placoderms were known only from rare fossils in lower Devonian deposits of the hunsrück, Germany. As Stensioella heintzi, and Rhenanida in Pseudopetalichthids had armor made up of a mosaic ...

                                               

Spinacanthidae

Spinacanthidae is an extinct prehistoric tetraodontid family of bony fish that lived from the era of Lutetia the Eocene of Monte bolca. In life, as kind of resembled a somewhat flattened boxfish with five massive spines along the anterior-dorsal ...

                                               

Aethapsis

                                               

Asterosteus

Asterosteus kind rhenanid crustacean from the Eifelian. Species, O. stenocephalus, known from an incomplete skull from the middle Devonian deposits of Ohio. What could be the second species was described from fragments decorated with star-shaped ...

                                               

Cartieraspis

                                               

Deinodus

Deinodus-rod shape, which includes two types: the form, in the formation of the Onondaga of Western new York, Deinodus bennetti and form found in the Columbus limestone and Ohio, Deinodus ohioensis. Both species are restricted to the Eifelian age ...

                                               

Gaspeaspis

                                               

Gorgonichthys

Gorgonichthys clarki an extinct arthrodire Dinichthyloidea crustacean of the superfamily. Fossils of G. clarki are at the top Pamensky Cleveland shales of late Devonian Ohio. G. clarki estimated to reach a length of 6 meters. However, it still ma ...

                                               

Holdenius

                                               

Kolpaspis

                                               

Neophlyctaenius

                                               

Protitanichthys

Protitanichthys is a genus of arthrodire coccosteid relatively large crustacean from the middle Devonian of the Eastern United States. Fossils found primarily in the eifelian age-the era in the age of the Delaware limestone of Ohio and of the low ...

                                               

Stenosteus

Stenosteus is a genus of medium-sized selenosteid arthrodire placoderms are known from the upper shale Pamensky Cleveland Ohio. Estimated length of the skull varies from 6 to 9 inches Most of the fossils Stenosteus were scraps of armor and part o ...

                                               

Vastanavis

                                               

Elaphrocnemus

Elaphrocnemus is a genus of extinct birds from the Eocene and Oligocene periods in Europe. Part Cariamiformes, his closest relatives live series, although it differs considerably from them, being the better flyer.

                                               

Masillaraptor

Masillaraptor resorts comes from the Latin word that the old name of the town of Messel, and Raptor is a new Latin suffix used to indicate a predator from rapere, to catch and in English it means bird of prey. The specific epithet parvunguis Lati ...

                                               

Mopsitta

Mopsitta Tanta is an extinct bird of uncertain taxonomic position from the early Eocene of Denmark, his remains were recovered from a layer of fur. While the holotype and only known specimen is one of the humerus is quite large. Although the phyl ...

                                               

Primapus

Primapus is an extinct genus of apodiform bird from the early Eocene of the United Kingdom. Its fossils have been found in the London clay, which was deposited about 50 million years ago. Type species P. Lacki.

                                               

Miocene birds of North America

                                               

Pleistocene birds of North America

                                               

Pliocene birds of North America

                                               

Procolophonoidea

Procolophonoidea is an extinct superfamily of procolophonian parareptiles. The members were, as a rule, small, stocky, and lizard-like in appearance. Fossils have been found worldwide from many continents including Antarctica. The first represent ...

                                               

Stomatosuchidae

Stomatosuchidae an extinct family of neosuchian crocodylomorphs. It is defined as the most comprehensive of the clade containing Stomatosuchus bearded, but not terrestris Notosuchus, Simosuchus clarki, Araripesuchus gomesii, Baurusuchus pachecoi, ...

                                               

Dinosaurs of Africa

                                               

Lanthanosuchoidea

Lanthanosuchoidea is an extinct superfamily of ankyramorph parareptiles from the middle of Pennsylvania to the middle Guadalupian epoch of Europe, North America and Asia. It was named in honor of Russian paleontologist Ivachnenko in 1980, and it ...

                                               

Dinosaurs of Asia

                                               

Prehistoric turtles of Asia

                                               

Dinosaurs of Australia

                                               

Dinosaurs of Europe

                                               

Dinosaurs of North America

                                               

Mesozoic reptiles of Europe

                                               

Sauropterygians of Europe

                                               

Prehistoric turtles of Europe

                                               

Prehistoric turtles of North America

                                               

Plesiosaurs of Europe

                                               

Prehistoric turtles of South America

                                               

Prehistoric synapsids of Africa

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