Lower Devonian (Lochkovian) Biostratigraphy and Brachiopod Faunas, Canadian Arctic Islands.
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SeriesGeological Survey of Canada Bulletin -- 308
ContributionsSmith R.
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The Devonian is also notable for the rapid diversification in fish. Benthic, jawless, armored fish are common by the Lower Devonian. These early fish include a number of different groups. By the the Middle Devonian, placoderms, the first jawed fish, appear. Many of . Jan 25,  · The only good example, however, of a Palaeozoic scorpion with gill-like structures preserved is the Lower Devonian Waeringoscorpio5,6. Portions of book-lungs have now been discovered in Cited by: Review of the Upper Silurian and Lower Devonian articulate brachiopods of Podolia. Book · January costalula from the lower Devonian of Bohemia, as well as with C. (P.) costatuloides. Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI - Lower Devonian Fenestrata (Bryozoa) of the Prague Basin, Barrandian area, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia / VL - n.s. no ().