conodont

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conodont

a tooth-like fossil, amber in colour. Conodonts occur in sediments from the CAMBRIAN to the TRIASSIC and are thought to be associated with the mouth-parts of primitive chordates such as members of the AGNATHA.
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TABLA I LISTADO DE PECES REPORTADOS COMO OBJETIVOS PRINCIPALES DE PESCA EN LA ZONA ESTUDIADA Epoca mayor Nombre local Nombre cientifico abundancia Anchoa, anchova Pomatomus saltatrix Jul-set Atun Thunnus atlanticus Uniforme Bacallao Rachycentron canadum Uniforme Bagre cacumo Bagre bagre Jul-ago Bagre piedrero, Sciades proops Uniforme bagre blanco Canario Conodon nobilis Uniforme Carite Scomberomorus spp.
Naturales uirtutes sunt VII; tres secundum genus: unum est os per quem 75 acceptum est omnia uita corporis, aliud est uesica per quem geritur omnia specie urinalis meatus, tertius est stalem, quod greci conodon uocant, per quem omnia ciborum causas digerunt uel soluentur.
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