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《JIANGSU GEOLOGY》 1997-02
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Discovery of Early Triassic Fish Fossils and Its Significances in Jurong,Jangsu Province

Qian Maiping 1 Zhu Shipeng 2 Zhao Fengmin 2 Zhou Xiaodan 2 Su Ruo 2 Gu Guohua 2 Zhai Zhonghua 3 1 Nanjing Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources,CAGS,Nanjing,210  
There is few early Triassic fish fossils found in Eastern China so far.Only few of them was determined to Family in some areas reportedly.The paper describes fish fossils in Qinglong Formation(Low Triassic)in Qingshan mountain in Jurong of City including two new species Perleidus jiangsuensis (of Chondrostei)and Lepidotes jurongensis (of Semionotidae)based on the field investigation and widely collection for fish fossils,paleoenvironment and paleontological data at home and abroad.The authors discuss their classified characteristics,habitats and buried states.The research enriches the content of Trassical fish fossils,putting foreword new view points on the retention characters.Therefore,it have an important theoretical significance for the studies of paleobiocoenosis and fishes biogeography in China.
【CateGory Index】: P534.51(53)
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