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Fig. 9

From: Marine Early Triassic Osteichthyes from Spiti, Indian Himalayas

Fig. 9

Morphological comparison of actinistian urohyalia (bone outlines in dorso-ventral aspect redrawn from the literature, anterior is on top) in a phylogenetic context (cladogram modified from Dutel et al. 2015a: Fig. 6b). a PIMUZ A/I 4362 (Actinistia indet., this study) from the Early Triassic of India, b Diplocercides kayseri (Koenen, 1895) from the Devonian of Germany (after Stensiö 1922: Fig. 8, pl. 3 Fig. 3, pl. 4 Figs. 1, 2; Stensiö 1937: pl. 1, pl. 8 Fig. 2); c Rhabdoderma elegans (Newberry, 1856) from the Carboniferous of Europe (after Aldinger 1931: Fig. 5, pl. 6; Forey 1998), d Rhabdoderma (Synaptotylus?) newelli (Hibbard, 1933) from the Carboniferous of North America (after Echols 1963: Fig. 5; see also Forey 1998); e Whiteia woodwardi Moy-Thomas, 1935 from the Early Triassic of northwest Madagascar (after Lehman 1952: Fig. 12b; Lehman 1966: Fig. 24b), f Wimania sinuosa Stensiö, 1921 from the Early Triassic of Spitsbergen (after Stensiö 1921: Fig. 29, pl. 4 Fig. 2, pl. 7 Fig. 3); g Coelacanthus granulatus Agassiz, 1833–1843 from the Lopingian of Germany and England (after Moy-Thomas and Westoll 1935: Fig. 5; Brandt 2007: Fig. 10), h Trachymetopon liassicum Hennig, 1951 from the Early Jurassic of Germany (after Hennig 1951: pl. 8 Fig. 5; Dutel et al. 2015a: Figs. 1, 4–5); i Ticinepomis cf. T. peyeri from the Middle Triassic of Switzerland (after Cavin et al. 2013: Fig. 5); j Megalocoelacanthus dobiei Schwimmer, Stewart and Williams, 1994 from the Late Cretaceous of the USA (after Dutel et al. 2012: Fig. 16b), k Macropoma lewesiensis (Mantell, 1822) from the Late Cretaceous of England (after Forey 1998: Fig. 7.7), l Latimeria chalumnae Smith, 1939 from present-day western Indian Ocean (after Millot and Anthony 1958: Figs. 15, 17, pl. 47; Adamicka and Ahnelt 1976: Fig. 3; Forey 1998: Fig. 7.6b)

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