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Fig. 3

From: A historical vertebrate collection from the Middle Miocene of the Peruvian Amazon

Fig. 3

Rays (Myliobatiformes) and Characiformes fishes from the Iquitos assemblage. A1A3 Lateral-file tooth of Myliobatis or Rhinoptera (PIMUZ A/I 5016). B1C3 Potamotrygon aff. †P. rajachloeae teeth (PIMUZ A/I 5052). D1E2. †Potamotrygon canaanorum teeth (PIMUZ A/I 4819). F1F3 Potamotrygonidae indet. tooth (PIMUZ A/I 5053). G1–G3 ?Bryconidae or Characidae tooth (PIMUZ A/I 4825). H1K Canine (H1H2, J1J2) and lateral (I, K) Cynodontidae indet. teeth (PIMUZ A/I 4822 and 4823). LM cf. Hoplias sp. teeth (PIMUZ A/I 4828). N1P2 Hemiodus sp. teeth (PIMUZ A/I 4829). Views: labial (B1, C1, D1, E2, J1, M, N2, O2), lingual (D3, H1, J2, L, N1, O1, P1), occlusal (A1, B2, C2, D2, E1, G2), lateral (A3, B3, C3, G3, H2, I, K, P2), basal (A2), and indet. (G1)

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