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  • noun Plural form of placoderm.

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Examples

  • During this period, lobe-finned fishes - whose descendants include the lungfish - as well as armored fish called placoderms and many other forms of fish that no longer exist today ruled the oceans.

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  • There is also the confusing suggestion that Placoderma Blyth, 1854 should be used for some members of Laudakia (Henle 1995): confusing because placoderms are a group of ancient fossil fishes.

    Harduns and toad-heads; a tale of arenicoly and over-looked convergence

  • There is also the confusing suggestion that Placoderma Blyth, 1854 should be used for some members of Laudakia (Henle 1995): confusing because placoderms are a group of ancient fossil fishes.

    Archive 2006-12-01

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