A new unusual Osteichthyan fish from the Gogo Formation in Western Australia
A unique specimen of a braincase and part of the skeleton of an osteichthyan has been etched from limestone in the Gogo Formation (Frasnian) in the Canning Basin, Western Australia. This has been reconstructed using the standard techniques for interpreting nerves and vascular systems, and an abbreviated reconstruction of the main skeletal features, nerves and vascular structures has been presented. This indicates that the pattern falls outside the range of currently known osteichthyan genera,...[Show more]
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