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Comments The inclusion of euconodonts in the vertebrates, or even craniates, is still controversial. Admittedly, the tissue structure of the "conodonts" (i.e; the denticles situated in their mouth; left) is at odds with conventional vertebrate hard tissues. Nevertheless, the eyes, body shape, and tail stucture of the euconodonta are strikingly vertebrate-like.
Reference After Purnell et al. 1995
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Title euconodonta.gif
Image Type Drawing/Painting
Image Content Specimen(s), Body Parts
ID 4896
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