Cephalaspidomorphi

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Cephalaspidomorphi

[‚sef·ə¦las·pə·də′mȯr·fī]
(vertebrate zoology)
An equivalent name for Monorhina.
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The stem group of Opisthobranchia from which probably all other taxa are derived are the "cephalaspids" (sensu stricto, Architectibranchia and Bullomorpha; Schmekel 1985; Salvini-Plawen 1991a,b).
Early Devonian cephalaspids (Vertebrata: Osteostraci: Cornuata) from the southern Mackenzie Mountains, N.W.T.
The Early Devonian fish assemblages include, besides the dominating amphiaspidids, also cephalaspids, different placoderms, acanthodians, sarcopterygians (porolepiforms) and actinopterygians.
The fish which probably made the marks found in the fossils were cephalaspids, which had a different body shape and fin pattern from the fish which are familiar to us today.
2008), cephalaspids (Pageau 1969a; Belles-Isles 1989), chondrichthyans (Miller et al.