Review of the osteology of the fossil fish formerly attributed to the genus † Chanoides and implications for the definition of otophysan bony characters
作者: D. MayrinckP. M. BritoO. Otero
作者单位: 1Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro , Rua São Francisco Xavier , 524, Pavilhão Haroldo Lisboa Cunha, Sala 506, 20559-900 , Rio de Janeiro , Brazil
2iPHEP – UMR CNRS 7262 , 40 Avenue du Recteur Pineau, Poitiers Cedex 86022 , France
3CR2P – UMR CNRS 7207 , 8 Rue Buffon, Paris Cedex 75005 , France
刊名: Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, 2015, Vol.13 (5), pp.397-420
来源数据库: Taylor & Francis Journal
DOI: 10.1080/14772019.2014.893260
关键词: † Chanoides† Nardonoides gen. nov.OtophysiosteologyrelationshipsMaastrichtianEocene
原始语种摘要: Three fossil species were formerly referred to the stem otophysan genus † Chanoides : † C. macropoma from the Middle Eocene of Monte Bolca, Italy, ‘† Chanoides ’ chardoni from the Campano–Maastrichtian of Nardò, Italy, and † C. weberi from the Santonian of Apricena, Italy. Moreover, a monogeneric family Chanoididae was proposed as a consequence of the 40 million year range covered by this fossil record. The stem position of these species amongst otophysans, a large clade with debated interrelationships, leads us to review their anatomy with the double aim of improving their systematics and bringing new elements to understand otophysan character evolution. We clarify the anatomy of the two valid species † C. macropoma and ‘† Chanoides ’ chardoni , including reinterpretation of the...
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