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The Acanthodian Fauna of the Craven Peaks Beds (Early to Middle Devonian) western Queensland

Burrow, Carole; Young, Gavin


Two acanthodian faunas of different ages have been identified from calcareous lithologies assigned to the Cravens Peak Beds, Georgina Basin, western Queensland. A sparse fauna comprising scales of Nostolepis sp. cf. N. strata and Radioporacanthodes sp. indicates a Lochkovian or Pragian age for one shot-hole sample south of the Toko Range. A limestone outcrop further south in the Toomba Range yielded a more abundant fauna which includes dissociated remains of two new acanthodians Teneracanthus...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2005
Type: Journal article
Source: Memoirs of the Queensland Museum


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