Phyllolepid placoderms from the Devonian Boyd Volcanic Complex on the south coast of New South Wales are described as Cobandrahlepis petyrwardi, gen. et sp. nov., and Yurammia browni, gen. et sp. nov. Both are more primitive than other described phyllolepids in retaining a posterior dorsolateral plate in the trunk armor. Cobandrahlepis resembles Placolepis Ritchie, 1984, in the shape of the nuchal plate in the skull, and Austrophyllolepis Long, 1984, in the more lateral position of the sensory...[Show more]
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