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Synonyms for Osteichthyes

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Each prey item was identified to the lowest possible taxon that could be collapsed into 7 course prey categories: bony fishes, decapod crustaceans, echinoderms, mollusks, nondecapod crustaceans, polychaetes, and other (composed of unidentified animal tissue and rarely seen miscellaneous taxa).
Surajit Debnath: A Review on the physiology of Insulin like Growth Factor-I (IGF-I) peptide in bony fishes and its phylogenetic correlation in 30 different taxa of 14 families of teleosts.
Biology This species feeds on small crustaceans, cephalopods, bony fishes, and jellyfish (Compagno, 2002a).
Rare fossils include annelid worms, crabs, a spiny lobster, a ratfish, a ray, a few bony fishes, and the reptiles reported here Reptiles have not been previously reported from the Paleocene or Eocene of any state or province bordering the Great Lakes.
The researchers traced the fate of 111 species of sharks, bony fishes, amphibians, lizards, crocodilians, turtles, dinosaurs and mammals.
These include isolated teeth of the batoid genera Pseudohypolophus and Rhinobatos, along with isolated teeth and toothplates of several bony fishes including amiids, albulids, and pycnodonts.
Physiological Specializations of Different Fish Groups: Hagfishes and Lamprey Sturgeon Bony Fishes Air-Breathing Fishes Pelagic Fishes Fish Migrations Deep-Sea Fishes Intertidal Fishes
Although sharks and bony fishes are not closely related, they are nonetheless both fish while mammals have very different anatomies and physiologies.
Gapers (Champsodontidae) constitute a family of small bony fishes of tropical and subtropical IndoPacific origin (Nelson 2006; Nemeth 1994).
When bony fishes first evolved, they labored to carry bony armor that Knights of the Round Table would have envied.
Rare fossils include an annelid worm, two crabs, a spiny lobster, a ratfish, a ray, unidentified bony fishes, and reptiles reported here.
Female bony fishes produce eggs that are fertilised in the water by sperm from the males.
The fish, entelognathus primordialis (meaning "primordial complete jaw"), is the oldest known animal to have face-forming jaw and cheek bones comparable to those of today's bony fishes and most terrestrial animals, including us, Fox News reported.
Bony fishes part 4 (Labridae to Latimeriidae), estuarine crocodiles, sea turtles, sea snakes and marine mammals (Eds.
These fish share characteristics of both cartilaginous sharks and bony fishes.