Discoserra pectinodon is a prehistoric fish from the Mississippian of Montana, a member of the Guildayichthyiformes order, with a round body and a skull possessing primitive and modern traits.[1] Discoserra is about 60 mm long.[2] In 2006, Discoserra was hypothesized to be a stem neopterygian.[3]

Discoserra pectinodon
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Discoserra pectinodon Lund, 2000

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Richard Lund, Eileen Grogan, Geodiversitas, 2006
  2. ^ Fossil Museum
  3. ^ Kathryn E. Mickle, Unraveling the systematics of palaeoniscoid fish