Caudal skeleton of the enigmatic Upper Paleocene xiphioid fish Hemingwaya sarissa Sytchevskaya & Prokofiev, 2002: a new interpretation, with some emendations to the diagnosis of the family (Teleostei: Xiphioidea: Hemingwayidae)

A.M. Prokofiev

Abstract. Caudal-fin support of the enigmatic Upper Paleocene xiphioid family Hemingwayidae is redescribed and discussed. Based of new interpretations, several emendations to the diagnosis of this family are provided.

Zoosystematica Rossica, 2004, 13(1): 125–127  ▪  Published in print 28 December 2004


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