Data from: Increasing the fish diversity of the Triassic faunas of Gondwana: a new redfieldiiform (Actinopterygii) from the Middle Triassic of Argentina and its palaeobiogeographical implications

Gouiric Cavalli S, Zavattieri AM, Gutierrez PR, Cariglino B, Balarino L

Date Published: September 15, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.g84hn

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Title Appendix S1. Triassic fish taxa from Argentina.
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Description Triassic fish (chondrichthyans, actinopterygians and sarcopterygians) taxa from Argentina. An asterisk is used to denote the references followed to base the ages of the formations.
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Gouiric-Cavalli S, Zavattieri AM, Gutierrez PR, Cariglino B, Balarino L (2017) Increasing the fish diversity of the Triassic faunas of Gondwana: a new redfieldiiform (Actinopterygii) from the Middle Triassic of Argentina and its palaeobiogeographical implications. Papers in Palaeontology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1002/spp2.1089

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Gouiric Cavalli S, Zavattieri AM, Gutierrez PR, Cariglino B, Balarino L (2017) Data from: Increasing the fish diversity of the Triassic faunas of Gondwana: a new redfieldiiform (Actinopterygii) from the Middle Triassic of Argentina and its palaeobiogeographical implications. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.g84hn
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