The new discovery of Oligocene cyprinidae fossil in Qaidam basin, Northwest China

【Author】

LIU Yongjie;LI Yongxiang;LI Hong;NIU Yuanzhe;LIU Fan;DONG Yangkun;Northwest University;

【Institution】

Northwest University;

【Abstract】

<正>1 Introduction Some Cyprinidae fossils have been reported about 420km east of the fossil site in the same period of Wulan Husentu1 layer,and have been used as an important fossil evidence for a deep understanding of the

【Keywords】

fossil;Cyprinidae;Northwest;Plateau;Cypriniformes;caudal;pharyngeal;dorsal;herein;teeth;

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  • [1] CHEN Geng-Jiao~(1,2,3,4) LIU Juan~(1,3,4) (1 Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Chinese Academy of Sciences Beijing) (2 Natural History Museum of Guangxi Nanning 530012 (3 State Key Laboratory of Palaeobiology and Stratigraphy Nanjing 210008) (4 Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences Beijing 100039), FIRST FOSSIL BARBIN(CYPRINIDAE,TELEOSTEI) FROM OLIGOCENE OF QAIDAM BASIN IN NORTHERN TIBETAN PLATEAU, Vertebrata Palasiatica,
  • [2] CHANG Mee-Mann;MIAO DeSui;Key Laboratory of Evolutionary Systematics of Vertebrates, Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences;Biodiversity Institute, University of Kansas;, Review of the Cenozoic fossil fishes from the Tibetan Plateau and their bearings on paleoenvironment, Chinese Science Bulletin,
  • [3] Chu Y T, Comparative studies on the scales and on the pharyngeals and their teeth in Chinese cyprinids,with particular reference to taxonomy and evolution, Biol Bull St John‘s Univ,
  • [4] Wu,YF;Chen,YY, Fossil cyprinid from the late Tertiary of north Xizang,China, Vert Pal Asiat,

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