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Save for Later. About this Item 1, pages and contains photos of ove fossil fishes and over recent descendants. An invaluable reference for fish lovers, paleontologists, archeologists and fossil collectors.


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Payment Methods accepted by seller Check Money Order. Most differences of the species occurs in the skull.

For example, the upper jaw structure is shorter then P. The horizontal arm of preopercle is larger in testis than P.

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The jaws are visably shorter and this species has few teeth. The scales of P. Its dorsal and anal fins were situated posteriorly, with the anal fin being larger.


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  • Its caudal fin was slightly forked. It had small pelvic fins but long, narrow pectoral fins. It is synonymous with Dapedoglossus.

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    Phareodus encaustus is the largest of the genus with a maximum length of 30 inches. The body shape of Phareodus encaustus tends to be more slender and longer compaired to P.


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    Some differences in cranial features include a parietal longer in P. The Phareodus genus was named by American paleontologist, Joseph Leidy , in Leidy based the genus on the genus Dapeoglossus coined by Cope in Sixty years later in , Thorpe revised Cope's genus and rendered it "a subjective junior synonuym". The Dapeoglossus genus was discarded and the Phareodus genus became the accepted name.

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    During the history of the Phareodus genus there have been at least five species that have been included or exluded. Phareodus queenslandicus was said to be very similar to Phareodus encaustus in North America. Later in , Hills decided that P. Once there was a European Phareodus species named muelleri but was later placed in the Brychaetus genus. Phareodus encaustus was once named Phareodus acutus by Cope in Finally, in , Grande revised the genus to reconise the two species known today, the Phareodus testis and Phareodus encaustus.