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- A number of Actinopterygiian fish have been given the common name whiting. The fish originally known by the name "whiting" in English is Merlangius merlangus...
- Chondrichthyes ("cartilagenous fishes") lineage, the rainbow shark is an actinopterygiian ("ray-finned fish"). Rainbow sharks are native to the basins of Mekong...
- alepisauriform actinopterygiian. Genus: Kansius K. sternbergi A beryciform actinopterygiian. Genus: Caproberyx C. sp. A beryciform actinopterygiian. Genus: Omosoma...
- species that is otherwise highly inbred. The earliest known fossil actinopterygiian is Andreolepis hedei, dating back 420 million years (Late Silurian)...
- Tri****ic. The late Tri****ic in general did experience a gradual drop in actinopterygiian diversity after an evolutionary explosion in the middle Tri****ic. Though...
- Fontenot Q. (2007a) Chloride inhibition of nitrite uptake for non-teleost Actinopterygiian fishes. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology – Part A 147, 420–423...
- actinopterygian of indeterminate cl****ification Omosoma O. garretti A polymixiid actinopterygiian closely related to the modern Beardfish Belonostomus Indeterminate...
- quadratojugal has been observed in the placoderm Entelognathus and some early actinopterygiians (Mimipiscis, Cheirolepis), it is unclear whether this bone was homologous...
- fishes. Andreolepis hedei has proven so far to be the earliest-known actinopterygiian, living around 420 million years ago (Late Silurian in Russia, Sweden...
- The skull of a bowfin (Amia calva), one of the most basal living actinopterygiians. Skull bones are labelled based on tetrapod homologies....
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