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The Elopomorpha eels and tarpons appear to be the most basal teleosts. Earlier definition of Chondrostei is now known to be paraphyletic meaning that this subclass does not contain all the descendants of their common ancestor. There were 52 species divided among two orders, the Acipenseriformes sturgeons and paddlefishes and the Polypteriformes reedfishes and bichirs. Reedfish and birchirs are now separated from the Chondrostei into their own sister lineage, the Cladistia. It is thought that the chondrosteans evolved from bony fish but lost the bony hardening of their cartilaginous skeletons, resulting in a lightening of the frame. Elderly chondrosteans show beginnings of ossification of the skeleton, suggesting that this process is delayed rather than lost in these fish.

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The Elopomorpha eels and tarpons appear to be the most basal teleosts. Earlier definition of Chondrostei is now known to be paraphyletic meaning that this subclass does not contain all the descendants of their common ancestor. There were 52 species divided among two orders, the Acipenseriformes sturgeons and paddlefishes and the Polypteriformes reedfishes and bichirs.

Reedfish and birchirs are now separated from the Chondrostei into their own sister lineage, the Cladistia. It is thought that the chondrosteans evolved from bony fish but lost the bony hardening of their cartilaginous skeletons, resulting in a lightening of the frame.

Elderly chondrosteans show beginnings of ossification of the skeleton, suggesting that this process is delayed rather than lost in these fish. Additional shared features include spiracles and, in sturgeons, a heterocercal tail the vertebrae extend into the larger lobe of the caudal fin. However the fossil record suggests that these fish have more in common with the Teleostei than their external appearance might suggest.

There are only few changes during their evolution from the earlier actinopterygians. They are a very successful group of fishes, because they can move more rapidly than their ancestors. Their scales and skeletons began to lighten during their evolution, and their jaws became more powerful and efficient. While electroreception and the ampullae of Lorenzini is present in all other groups of fish, with the exception of hagfish , Neopterygii has lost this sense, though it later re-evolved within Gymnotiformes and catfishes , who possess nonhomologous teleost ampullae.

The first spine of the dorsal fin of the anglerfish is modified so it functions like a fishing rod with a lure Skeleton of another ray-finned fish, the lingcod Blue catfish skeleton Fossil of a ray-finned perch Priscacara serrata from the Lower Eocene about 50 million years ago The listing below follows Phylogenetic Classification of Bony Fishes [13] [17] with notes when this differs from Nelson, [18] ITIS [19] and FishBase [20] and extinct groups from Van der Laan Scanilepiformes Selezneya

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Sarcopterygii

Voodoom Tyler Keillor y Beth Rooney. The following cladograms are based on multiple sources. The oldest which appear in the late Silurian closely sadcopterygii the Acanthodians. Ecology and population biology Marine mammals: Anatomy and physiology Amphibians: Lobe-finned fish Living fossils Live-bearing fish Ovoviviparous fish Extant Devonian first appearances Vertebrate subclasses. Anatomy and physiology Reptiles: Este grupo es uno de los posibles candidatos a ser el antepasado de los anfibios modernos. Rhipidistians appeared with the Coelacanths, but migrated from marine to freshwater habitats, probably initially near the mouths of rivers. Foto de Linden Tea.

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Classe Sarcopterygii

Zulusho Coelacanths are often considered to be living fossils. Evolution and systematic Marine mammals: They were believed to have gone extinct at the end of the Cretaceous, until the genus Latimeria was discovered off the east coast of South Africa in ; since then, other Latimeria have been discovered in Kenya, Mozambique, Tanzania, Madagascar, and South Africa. Class Sarcopterygii Fish Fossils. Morphology, characters, and the interrelationships of basal sarcopterygians. The Sarcopterygians lineage split in the lower Devonian into the Coelacanths and the Rhipidistia. Foto de Linden Tea. Tyler Keillor y Beth Rooney.

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