Series: Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Zoology Volume: 19/5
By: Keith Edward Banister (Author)
30 pages, 15 b/w line drawings
The osteology of Indostomus paradoxus Prashad and Mukerji is described and the evidence for its affinities discussed. The array of characters common to both Indostomus and the higher paracanthopterygii suggests a relationship between the two groups which is expressed by proposing a new paracanthopterygian order – Indostomiformes – of which the only known representative is Indostomus paradoxus.
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