Definition of Holostei. Meaning of Holostei. Synonyms of Holostei

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Definition of Holostei

Holostei
Holostei Ho*los"te*i, n. pl. [NL., fr. Gr. "o`los whole + ? a bone.] (Zo["o]l.) An extensive division of ganoids, including the gar pike, bowfin, etc.; the bony ganoids. See Illustration in Appendix.

Meaning of Holostei from wikipedia

- Holostei are bony fish. The Holostei include Gars (with 7 extant species) and Bowfins (with 1 extant species). There are eight species divided among two...
- morphology converge on a similar phylogeny of living gars (Actinopterygii: Holostei: Lepisosteidae), an ancient clade of ray-finned fishes. Molecular Phylogenetics...
- Neopterygii. The Neopterygii, in turn, are divided into the infracl****es Holostei and Teleostei. During the Mesozoic and Cenozoic the teleosts in particular...
- of the modern fishes, the teleosts. Order †Semionotiformes Infracl**** Holostei Order Lepisosteiformes, the gars Order Amiiformes, the bowfin Infracl****...
- Bowfin (Amia calva) are bony fish related to gars in the infracl**** Holostei. Common names include mudfish, mud pike, dogfish, griddle, grinnel, swamp...
- Holostei 275 mya   Teleostei 310 mya...
- Actinistia Coelacanth Dipnomorpha †Porolepiformes Lungfish Tetrapodomorpha Ray-finned Cladistii Chondrostei Neopterygii †Semionotiformes Holostei Teleostei...
- Polypteriformes (reedfishes and bichirs). Subcl**** Neopterygii Infracl**** Holostei (gars and bowfins) Infracl**** Teleostei (many orders of common fish) Cl****...
- is a ray-finned euryhaline fish related to the bowfin in the infracl**** Holostei /hoʊˈlɒstiaɪ/. It is the largest species in the gar family, and among the...
- Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Cl****: Actinopterygii Subcl****: Neopterygii Infracl****: Holostei Order: Amiiformes O. P. Hay, 1929 Families See text...
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