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Louis Taverne, Dirk Nolf and Annelise Folie (2007)

On the occurrence of the osteoglossid genus Scleropages (Teleostei, Osteoglossiformes) in the continental Paleocene of Hainin (Mons Basin, Belgium)

Belgian Journal of Zoology, 137(1):89-97.

Some bony remains, otoliths and squamules belonging to the osteoglossid genus Scleropages are described from the continental Paleocene of Hainin (Mons Basin, Belgium). The hypotheses to explain the occurrence of such a freshwater fish in Europe at that time are discussed.
Peer Review, RBINS Collection(s)
Paleontology

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