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|C. D. Wilson et al. 2018||Actinopterygian uniquely possessing: bifurcation of dorsal aorta enclosed in canal with widely divergent, long subparallel grooves for the lateral dorsal aortae medial and posterior to the articulation for the first infrapharyngobranchial; relatively anterior spiracular embankment of intertemporal; massively ossified, horizontal quadrate; groove for the facial branch of the hyomandibular nerve and foramen for the internal mandibular branch of the facial nerve relatively anteriorly situated. Shares with Moythomasia: relatively long intertemporal. Differs from Moythomasia: no serrations or barbs on vermiform ornamentation.|