New discoveries of palaeoniscoid fishes and other fauna and flora from the northern region of Boskovice Furrow, Czech Republic
The Upper Carboniferous and Permian sediments have been object of interests to paleontologists for more than a hundred years. Much attention has been paid to the study of discosauriscid amphibians. Article summarizes new discoveries of palaeoniscoid fishes and other fauna and flora from the northern region of Boskovice Furrow. The finds on new localities and new methods of their preparation make possible the study of anatomy of palaeoniscoids in detail, also the historical data about palaeoniscoids are revised. Anatomy of the upper and lower jaws, dentition on the jaws formed by tubular teeth and well developed supraorbitale anterior are the main features typical for the genus Paramblypterus Sauvage, 1888.
SNIP (Scopus, 2015): 0.700
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