350 myo Placoderm, Dunkelosteus Fossil Bones, Devonian Ohio


Devonian fossil  bone from Dunkelosteus and others not identified.
Below are our most identifiable bones.
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Placoderm Jaw bone
Arthrodire Jaw bone

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(We do not have the specimen of the
complete head pictured above.)




Most of the bones are presumed to have
belonged to Dunkelosteus-approx.350 mya
Others don't seem to match and we are
unable to identify.



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There were many other species of marine
life at that time as well as animals that were
making their evolutionary transition from
marine to land animals.

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Head Armor shield



Skull side plate


Head Plate-Keel (A)


Fin or Tail Bone


Speculate-Lip Bone


Under Jaw Bone (A)


Rib Bone??


Femur


Upper Tooth


Magnified Bone


Maybe a fin bone?


Top Center, Head Plate


Head Plate, Keel (B)



Under Jaw Bone (B)


Head , Keel Bone (C)


Cranial Grooves


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