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Articulated acanthodian fishes from the Old Red Sandstone of England

Roger S. Miles

Articulated acanthodian fishes from the Old Red Sandstone of England

with a review of the structure and evolution of the acanthodian shoulder-girdle

by Roger S. Miles

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Published by British Museum (Natural History) in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Herefordshire.
    • Subjects:
    • Acanthodii.,
    • Paleontology -- Devonian.,
    • Paleontology -- England -- Herefordshire.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 208-211.

      Statementby Roger S. Miles.
      SeriesBulletin of the British Museum (Natural History)., v. 24, no. 2
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE1 .B65 vol. 24, no. 2, QE852.O45 .B65 vol. 24, no. 2
      The Physical Object
      Pagination114-213 p.
      Number of Pages213
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5105574M
      LC Control Number74177868

      Miles, R.S. - Articulated acanthodian fishes from the Old Red Sandstone of England, with a review of the structure and evolution of the acanthodian shoulder-girdle. - Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology Vol. 24 No. 2; pp. , 43 fig. 21 plts. h.t. Orig. wrps., one page with small tear in blanc margin, contents. Agassiz described spines of fishes now called acanthodians in his Recherches (– –), but it was only in his monograph on fishes from the Old Red Sandstone that he recognized a taxon with links to the modern concept of the group (Agassiz, –). Agassiz' Acanthodiens contained Acanthodes, Cheiracanthus, and by:

      Over recent years the authors have been co-authors on a number of papers re-describing acanthodian species from classic localities in the Devonian strata of Scotland and Canada. In a number of works the noting of syntypes of particular species has been mentioned, but the authors have neglected to designate a lectotype for some of these species. The Late Devonian Red Hill locality in north-central Pennsylvania contains an Archaeopteris-dominated plant fossil assemblage, a diverse fossil fauna, and an extensive sedimentary sequence ideal for investigating the landscapes and biotic associations of the earliest forest ntological analysis of the main plant-fossil bearing layer at Red Hill .

      [Englisch] - Seiten, 13 Farb- und Schwarzweißabbildungen, 14 Tabellen, 9 Anhänge. 24,5 x 17,3 cm. Hardcover. After a lifetime of fishing, Millard tired of the well-stocked carp lakes that have become the mainstay of British fishing and longed for the feelings he had as a young boy when he stood beside his grandfather pulling perch from the Fens. So he set off on a journey around Britain's less-explored.


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Articulated acanthodian fishes from the Old Red Sandstone of England by Roger S. Miles Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Articulated acanthodian fishes from the Old Red Sandstone of England, with a review of the structure and evolution of the acanthodian shoulder-girdle. [Roger S Miles]. Articulated Acanthodian Fishes from the Old Red Sandstone of England, with a Review of the Structure and Evolution of the Acanthodian Shoul F the Acanthodian Shoulder-girdle: 21 Plates, 43 Test-figs: Author: Roger S.

Miles: Publisher: British museum (natureal history) geology, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Location found. Ptomacanthus is known mainly from the Old Red Sandstone of the UK.

The most completely known genus, P. anglicus is known from several articulated fossils from Wayne Herbert Quarry, Herefordshire, UK. Two indeterminate species are known from shoulder-girdles recovered from Castle Mattock Quarry, Herefordshire, UK, and Zaleszychi, : Acanthodii.

The Rise of Fishes: Million Years of Evolution (Johns Hopkins University Press, ). ISBN: Miles, R. Articulated acanthodian fishes from the Old Red Sandstone of England, with a review of the structure and evolution of the acanthodian shoulder-girdle.

Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Geol – Follow R. Miles and explore their bibliography from 's R. Miles Author Page.

Onychodus (/ ɒ ˈ n ɪ k ə d ə s /, from Greek meaning "claw-tooth") is a genus of prehistoric lobe-finned fish which lived during the Devonian period (Eifelian - Famennian stages, around to million years ago).It is one of the best known of the group of onychodontiform fishes.

Scattered fossil bones of Onychodus were first discovered inin North America, and Class: Sarcopterygii. Articulated acanthodian fishes from the Old Red Sandstone of England, with a review of the structure and evolution of the acanthodian shoulder-girdle Article Jan Articulated Acanthodian Fishes from the Old Red Sandstone of England, with a Review of the Structure and Evolution of the Acanthodian Shoulder-Girdle (Bulletin of the British Museum [Natural History] Geology, Vol.

24, No. 2, pp. + 21 plates). Miles, R. Methodology/Principal Findings. A small specimen of the ischnacanthiform acanthodian Nerepisacanthus denisoni is the first vertebrate fossil collected from the Late Silurian Bertie Formation Konservat-Lagerstätte of southern Ontario, Canada, a deposit well-known for its spectacular eurypterid fossils.

The fish is the only near complete acanthodian from pre Cited by: THE OLD RED SANDSTONE ANTIARCHS OF SCOTLAND: PTERICHTHYODES AND MICROBRACHIUS. [Hemmings, Susan K.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. THE OLD RED SANDSTONE ANTIARCHS OF SCOTLAND: PTERICHTHYODES AND MICROBRACHIUS.

Like most early fishes, acanthodians had heterocercal caudal fins (tail fins with the top longer that the bottom). Acanthodians are among the earliest jawed vertebrates known.

Fragmentary remains have been recovered from as early as the Upper Ordovician of North America and Lower Silurian of. Miles, R.S. The acanthodian fishes of the Devonian Plattenkalk of the Paffrath Trough in the Rhineland. Arkiv för Zoologi, 18(9) Miles, R.S. Articulated acanthodian fishes from the Old Red Sandstone of England, with a review of the structure and evolution of the acanthodian shoulder-girdle.

Miles RS (a) Articulated acanthodian fishes from the Old Red Sandstone of England, with a review of the structure and evolution of the acanthodian shouldergirdle.

Bull Br Mus Nat Hist (Geol) – Google ScholarAuthor: Theagarten Lingham-Soliar. Miles R () Articulated acanthodian fishes from the Old Red Sandstone of England, with a review of the structure and evolution of the acanthodian shoulder-girdle.

Bull Brit Mus (Nat Hist) – Google ScholarCited by: 1. Articulated acanthodian fishes from the Old Red Sandstone of England, with a review of the structure and evolution of the acanthodian shoulder-girdle.

Bull. Brit. Mus. (Nat. His.) Geol., 24,figs. pls. Traquair, R. Description of a selachian spine found by Mr. Tait Kinnear in the Old Red Sandstone of Caithness. The Brownstones Formation is the highest Lower Old Red Sandstone formation, and comprises a sequence of fining-upward, conglomerate-sandstone-mudstone cycles in which calcretes are poorly developed.

It is characterised by red-brown, fine- to coarse-grained fluvial sandstones, with red-brown, locally green, mudstone and siltstone interbeds. Old Red Sandstone’ in the Anglo-Welsh Basin are illus-trated in Figures 1 and 2 respectively. South of the Ritec Fault, the ‘Lower Old Red Sandstone’ deposits are up to m in thickness (Dixon,a, b; King, ; Owen et al.

; Williams, ; Williams,Allen & Marshall, ) (Fig. Redescription of the acanthodian Gladiobranchus probaton Bernacsek & Dineley,Several acanthodian fishes from the MotH loca-lity, southern Mackenzie Mountains, Northwest territories, canada, initially were described from MoRS Middle old Red Sandstone; MotH Man-on-the-Hill refers to the informal nameCited by: Agassiz described spines of fishes now called acanthodians in his Recherches (––), but it was only in his monograph on fishes from the Old Red Sandstone that he recognized a taxon with links to the modern concept of the group (Agassiz, –).

Agassiz' Acanthodiens contained Acanthodes, Cheiracanthus, and by: Full text of "Triassic fishes of Connecticut" See other formats EI3T * ALBERT R. MANN LIBRARY New York State Colleges OF Agriculture and Home Economics Cornell University Cornell university Library QE E13T Triassic fishes of Connecticut, ^ I Cornell University J Library The original of tiiis book is in tine Cornell University Library.

Isolated and articulated Early to Middle Devonian shark specimens are rare 1, now, the oldest partial articulated shark, consisting of the braincase articulated with parts of the visceral. Here we report the discovery of an articulated shark that is almost million years old 5 from the Early Devonian (early Emsian) period of New Brunswick, Canada.[in English] – pp., 13 coloured and black-and-white figures, 14 tables, 9 appendices.

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