Fossils of Gobiidae [PART TWO]

John Bruner jbruner at GPU.SRV.UALBERTA.CA
Fri Sep 11 16:15:16 CDT 1998


Sorry, one more fossil gobiid paper of note:

4)
Gaudant, Jean.  Mise en evidence des plus anciens Gobioidei (Poissons
teleosteens) connus dans le Lutetien inferieur marin de Catalogne (Espagne)
C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris. t. 322, serie IIa:71-76.
        oldest presently known articulated sikeletons of Gobioids are
reported from the marine Lower Lutetian of Spain.  Their discovery confirms
that of an isolated otolith, recently described in the Lutetian of India.

        John
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