Antiarchi

The Antiarchi ("Opposite anus") were the 2nd most successful order of placoderms known, after the Arthrodira. The order`s name was coined by Edward Drinker Cope, who, when examining some fossils that he thought were armored tunicates related to Chelysoma, mistakenly thought that the eye-hole was the mouth, and that the opening for the anal siph...
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Antiarchi

Antiarchs (the Antiarchi) were a type of (mosty) small placoderms that were abundant during mid- to late-Devonian. These armored fish ranged from 8-12 inches (20-30 cm) long. Instead of the pectoral fins that other fish have, these unusual tetrapods had segmented 'arms' that were covered by hard dermal bone, but these arms lacked an internal skelet
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