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The Coelacanthiformes is an order of fish that includes the oldest living lineage of jawed vertebrates known to date.

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Coelacanthidae

Latimeriidae

Mawsoniidae

Rhabdodermatidae

Whiteiidae

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Coelacanth

Coelacanthopsis

Cualabaea

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Rebellatrix


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Fisch-Fossil gewährt Einblick in die Evolution

Die Quastenflosser (Coelacanthiformes „Hohlstachler", von altgriech. κοῖλ-ος koilos „hohl" und ἄκανθ-α akantha „Stachel", „Dorn"; auch Coelacanthimorpha, Actinistia) sind...

впервые сняли на пленку живого целаканта.flv

Целакант - это живая ископаемая рыба, дошедшая до нас с древних времен. Она практически не изменилась с доис...

On the Origin and Diversity of Coelacanths (part 1)

An introduction to the Coelacanths great diversity. Part 1: fossil record. Part 2: genetic diversity of the extant Coelacanths Messed up the references a bit... [1] Tree of Life web project....

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12 news items

JD Supra (press release)

JD Supra (press release)
Wed, 04 Mar 2015 13:45:00 -0800

The African coelacanth is an armored fish that was thought to be extinct until 1938 and is one of only two species belonging to the order Coelacanthiformes, which have existed for over 65 Iziko_Coelacanth_Fish million years. Prompted by a July 15, 2013 ...
 
Targeted News Service (subscription)
Tue, 03 Mar 2015 06:04:40 -0800

Among the lobe-finned fishes, L. chalumnae is one of only two living species belonging to the order Coelacanthiformes. The belief that the coelacanth had gone extinct over 65 million years ago made the discovery of a living specimen off the coast of ...

UUA

UUA
Fri, 20 Mar 2015 01:03:45 -0700

化石网/兽王编译)腔棘鱼目(Coelacanthiformes)是一类古老的鱼类,早在3.6亿年前的中泥盆世就已经出现,它们的化石在古生代晚期和中生代的地层普遍被发现,但是此后就没有化石记录了,以至于古生物学家认为腔棘鱼目和 ...
 
RedOrbit
Thu, 25 Oct 2012 10:52:08 -0700

100-million year old pieces of tiny fossil skull found in Fort Worth, Texas, have been identified as a new species of coelacanth fish, according to paleontologist John F. Graf of Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas. At 400 million years, the ...

Smartweek

Smartweek
Tue, 17 Feb 2015 17:52:30 -0800

Tra le varie creature che popolano il nostro pianeta ce ne sono alcune, probabilmente poco conosciute, davvero bizzarre. La loro forma può ricordare gli antichi dinosauri, per certi versi. Il loro colore può essere molto acceso, o addirittura non ...
 
RedOrbit
Tue, 17 Nov 2009 11:36:01 -0800

A team of marine researchers from Japan reported on Tuesday they had found and successfully filmed a young coelacanth — a rare type of fish known as “a living fossil” — in deep water off Indonesia, AFP reported. The researchers said that the creature ...
 
derStandard.at
Thu, 12 Apr 2012 02:38:15 -0700

Paris - Ein fossiler Rekordhalter unter den Fischen hat sich nach einer Neubewertung des Fundes als noch älter herausgestellt als bisher angenommen: Das älteste jemals entdeckte Quastenflosser lebte demnach wahrscheinlich rund 17 Millionen Jahre ...
 
Futura Sciences
Sun, 06 May 2012 07:34:51 -0700

Une nouvelle espèce de cœlacanthe, découverte au Canada, chamboule notre vision de ce paisible poisson. À l'inverse de toutes celles connues à ce jour, Rebellatrix divaricerca possède une nageoire caudale fourchue et rigide, comme tout bon nageur.
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