Aeduella cf. blainvillei

Štamberg, Stanislav & Steyer, Jean-Sébastien, 2021, New Actinopterygians From The Permian Of The Brive Basin, And The Ichthyofaunas Of The French Massif Central, Fossil Imprint 77 (1), pp. 145-165 : 160-161

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Aeduella cf. blainvillei


Aeduella cf. blainvillei

D i a g n o s i s. See Heyler (1969) and Štamberg (2018).

M a t e r i a l. An operculum and a fragmentary suboperculum preserved on GMC 119.

D e s c r i p t i o n. In lateral view, the operculum is twice deeper than long. One third of the bone bends dorsally in an anterior direction, at an angle of 153°. These characters are typical of Aeduella blainvillei , but there is not enough data for species determination.

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