Osteorachis leedsi Woodward, 1897

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  • Title: Osteorachis leedsi Woodward, 1897
  • State province: England
  • Specific epithet: leedsi
  • Scientific name authorship: Woodward, 1897
  • Phylum: Chordata
  • Order: Amiiformes
  • Latest period or highest system: Jurassic
  • Latest era or highest erathem: Mesozoic
  • Latest epoch or Highest series: Late Jurassic
  • Latest eon or highest eonothem: Phanerozoic
  • Latest age or Highest age: Oxfordian
  • Kingdom: Animalia
  • Higher geography: Europe; United Kingdom; England; Cambridgeshire; Peterborough
  • Higher classification: Animalia; Chordata; Osteichthyes; Neopterygii; Amiiformes; Caturidae
  • Group: Ancholme Group
  • Genus: Osteorachis
  • Formation: Oxford Clay Formation
  • Family: Caturidae
  • Earliest period or lowest system: Jurassic
  • Earliest era or lowest erathem: Mesozoic
  • Earliest epoch or lowest series: Middle Jurassic
  • Earliest eon or Lowest eonothem: Phanerozoic
  • Earliest age or Lowestst age: Callovian
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Continent: Europe
  • Class: Osteichthyes


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