Rhachiosteus pterygiatus is an extinct brachythoracid arthrodire placoderm from the Late Devonian of Germany. It is known only from a single specimen, which may be a larval or juvenile form, as the skull of said specimen is only 19 millimetres long.

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  • Rhachiosteus pterygiatus is an extinct brachythoracid arthrodire placoderm from the Late Devonian of Germany. It is known only from a single specimen, which may be a larval or juvenile form, as the skull of said specimen is only 19 millimetres long. (en)
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  • *"Rachiosteus" pterygiatus
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  • Rhachiosteus pterygiatus
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  • Gross, 1938
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  • Rhachiosteidae
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  • Rhachiosteus
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  • Artist's reconstruction
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  • R. pterygiatus
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  • Rhachiosteus pterygiatus is an extinct brachythoracid arthrodire placoderm from the Late Devonian of Germany. It is known only from a single specimen, which may be a larval or juvenile form, as the skull of said specimen is only 19 millimetres long. (en)
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  • Rhachiosteus (en)
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  • Rhachiosteus (en)
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