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  • adjective of fish In the Actinopterygii taxonomic class of fish, all having in common lepidotrichia (a kind of fin made of webs of skin supported by bony or horny spines).

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Examples

  • Tapeworms probably first evolved in the earliest ray-finned fish.

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  • One lineage led to ray-finned bony fish: salmon, trout, gar, and thousands of other species.

    Parasite Rex

  • Tapeworms probably first evolved in the earliest ray-finned fish.

    Parasite Rex

  • The parasites must have invaded them, coming out of the water in some ray-finned fish.

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  • Tapeworms probably first evolved in the earliest ray-finned fish.

    Parasite Rex

  • The parasites must have invaded them, coming out of the water in some ray-finned fish.

    Parasite Rex

  • If we then push to one side the bony ‘ray-finned fishes’ salmon, trout, tuna, angel fish: just about all the fish you are likely to see that are not sharks, the natural group to which we belong includes all land vertebrates plus the so-called lobe-finned fishes.

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  • If we then push to one side the bony ‘ray-finned fishes’ salmon, trout, tuna, angel fish: just about all the fish you are likely to see that are not sharks, the natural group to which we belong includes all land vertebrates plus the so-called lobe-finned fishes.

    THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

  • One lineage led to ray-finned bony fish: salmon, trout, gar, and thousands of other species.

    Parasite Rex

  • One lineage led to ray-finned bony fish: salmon, trout, gar, and thousands of other species.

    Parasite Rex

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