Middle Devonian Dipnoan tooth-plates from Estonia
Middle Devonian dipnoan tooth-plates have been known for an hundred and sixty years. However, although gross morphology has been described, there are still several difficulties with these descriptions. The best known Middle Devonian species is Dipterus valenciennesi from Scotland. Most of the specimens of this species are preserved in a dark sediment and all the bone and dentine are stained, making it difficult to outline the microstructure clearly. In this paper we illustrate external surfaces...[Show more]
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