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[[Teleostei]]<ref name=BIOTA/><ref name=Brunh/>
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Teleostei Indeterminate
*Unplaced specimens
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Marine [[Osteichthyes]], member of the family [[TeleosteiTeleost]] within [[Neopterygii]]
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21 specimens
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A marineMarine [[Osteichthyes]], type member of the family [[Pholidophoridae]] insidewithin [[Teleostei]].
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[[File:Pholidophorus NT.jpg|thumb|155px|alt=Greenish fish|''Pholidophorus''|center]]
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''[[Saurorhynchus]]''<ref name=Ammon/><ref name=Brunh/><ref name=Bauberger/>
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*''Saurorhynchus acutus''
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* Irlbach
* Grüntal
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Various specimens.
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AMarine marine Chondrostchondrost, the youngest representative of the family [[Saurichthyidae]] insidewithin [[Chondrostei]], known for its large jaws, similar to modern [[Belonidae]]. Was identifiedIdentified as ''Belonostomus acutus'', considered the [[Synonym (taxonomy)#Zoology|junior synonym]] of this genus.
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[[File:Acidorhynchus brevirostris - Holzmaden.JPG|thumb|centeralt=Long, pointed fossil|155px|center]]
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*''Dapedium punctatum''
*{{nowrap|''Dapedium sp. A''}}
*''Dapedium sp. B''
*''Dapedium sp. C''
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*Irlbach
*{{nowrap|Naab River at Irlbach}}
*Amberg
*Hirsehau
*Grünthal
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Various Complete and Incompleteincomplete specimens
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A marineMarine deep-bodied [[Neopterygii|Neopterygian]], Typea member of the family [[Dapediidae]]. The main Bonyreported bony fish reported locally, the ''Dapedium'' specimens wherewere mostly washed from the coeval Posidonia Shale, with(except the exception offor some ''Dapedium sp.''species, thatwhich show adaptationsadapted to living on nearshore-lagoonallagoon settings). ''Dapedium'' was, common onin the late Triassic and early Jurassic, characterized byhad a deepround body,; round and depending. Itsits teeth suggest a diet onof hard molluscs and crustaceans.
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[[File:Dapedium 3.JPG|thumb|centeralt=Fossil of a round fish|155px|center]]
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