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The “Slasher” Ray: An extinct fish with a saw-like nose — PLOS Paleontology Community
Are the “teeth” on a sawfish snout really teeth? A fossil might shed light on the question.
New Paper: Evolution of multicuspid teeth in a Triassic fish from Utah
An enigmatic holostean from the Triassic of Utah possesses an unusual tooth morphology. What was the purpose of these teeth?
Eocene Fishes from Libya: Completing a Picture of the Past
One of the largest, and sometimes overlooked, fossil record belongs to fishes, spanning hundreds of millions of years since their origin in the mid-Paleozoic. Such an immense fossil record has given ichthyologists an advantage in developing comprehensive hypotheses of evolutionary relationships of fishes both living and extinct. But even with such a expansive fossil record,Continue reading “Eocene Fishes from Libya: Completing a Picture of the Past”