Pomatomidae

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Pomatomus saltatrix

Classis : Actinopterygii 
Ordo : Perciformes 
Pelagiaria 
Familia : Pomatomidae 
Gill, 1863
   
Palaeontologia
49.11–0 m.a.Eocaenum inferius (?) > Recens[1]

Pomatomidae sunt familia piscium ordinis Perciformium. Sola huius familiae species hodie vivens est Pomatomus saltatrix, quae in oceanis omnis orbis terrarum endemica est.

Si fossile monte Bolca in Italia e lapidibus stadii Ypresii extracta, Carangopsis nominata, re vera ad Pomatomidas pertinet, haec familia abhinc 49.11 milies milium annorum iam exstabat.[1][2] Quo excepto, fossile antiquissimum Pomatomidarum est Lednevia horizontis Zuramakent sub monte Caucaso iacentis, stadio sive Aquitanio seu Burdigalio attributi.[1][3]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Masaki Miya et al., "Evolutionary Origin of the Scombridae (Tunas and Mackerels): Members of a Paleogene Adaptive Radiation with 14 Other Pelagic Fish Families" in PLOS One (4 Septembris 2013) fig. 7, tab. S4-S5, textus S1-S2
  2. C. A. Papazzoni, E. Trevisani, "Facies analysis, palaeoenvironmental reconstruction, and biostratigraphy of the Pesciara di Bolca (Verona, northern Italy): an early Eocene Fossil-Lagerstätte" in Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology vol. 242 (2006) pp. 21-35
  3. A. F. Bannikov, "The list of marine fishes from Cenozoic (upper Paleocene-middle Miocene) localities in southern European Russia and adjacent countries" in Journal of Ichthyology vol. 37 (1996) pp. 133–146

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Pomatomus saltatrix
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