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    • Actinopterygii - Wikipedia
      • Actinopterygii ( / ˌæktɪnɒptəˈrɪdʒiaɪ /) ( New Latin, actino- ("having rays") + Ancient Greek πτέρυξ (ptérux, "wing, fins")), members of which are known as ray-finned fishes, is a clade (traditionally class or subclass) of the bony fishes.
      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Actinopterygii#:~:text=Actinopterygii ( / ˌæktɪnɒptəˈrɪdʒiaɪ /) ( New Latin,,(traditionally class or subclass) of the bony fishes.
  1. Actinopterygii - Wikipedia

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    Actinopterygii, members of which are known as ray-finned fishes, is a clade of the bony fishes. The ray-finned fishes are so called because their fins are webs of skin supported by bony or horny spines, as opposed to the fleshy, lobed fins that characterize the class Sarcopterygii. These actinopterygian fin rays attach directly to the proximal or basal skeletal elements, the radials, which represent the link or connection between these fins and the internal skeleton. Numerically, actinopterygian

    • Actinopterygii, Klein, 1885
    • Chordata
  2. The Actinopterygii is the class of ray-finned fishes. The ray-finned fishes get their name from the fact that they have lepidotrichia or "fin rays". Their fins are webs of skin held by bony or horny spines ("rays"). This is different from the fleshy fins of the fish in the Sarcopterygii. Actinopterygians are the largest class of vertebrates.

  3. Actinopterygii - Wikipedia

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    The Actinopterygii / ˌæktᵻnˌɒptəˈrɪdʒi.aɪ /, or ray-finned fishes, constitute a class or subclass o the bony fishes . The ray-finned fishes are so cried acause thay possess lepidotrichia or "fin rays", thair fins being webs o skin supportit bi bony or horny spines ("rays"), as opponed tae the fleshy, lobed fins that characterize the class Sarcopterygii which an aa, however, possess lepidotrichia.

    • Actinopterygii, Klein,1885
    • Chordata
  4. Acanthopterygii - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Acanthopterygii (meaning "spiny finned one") is a superorder of bony fishes in the class Actinopterygii. Members of this superorder are sometimes called ray-finned fishes for the characteristic sharp, bony rays in their fins; however this name is often given to the class Actinopterygii as a whole.

    • Acanthopterygii
    • Animalia
  5. Actinopterygii (bentuk jamaknya dari Actinopterygius) merupakan kelas dalam taksonomi dari ikan bersirip kipas. Actinopterygii mencakup banyak ikan yang dikenal awam sebagai ikan konsumsi maupun ikan hias/peliharaan. Secara evolusi, kelompok ini merupakan pengembangan lebih lanjut yang paling adaptif pada keadaan bumi pada masa kini.

  6. Category:Ray-finned fish - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wikimedia Commons has media related to Actinopterygii. This category contains articles about taxa at the order level in the class Actinopterygii, the ray-finned fishes. The ray-finned fishes contain most of the species of fish and these are divided into 46 orders.

  7. Actinopteri - Wikipedia

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    Actinopteri is the sister group of Cladistia.Dating back to the Permian period, the Actinopteri comprise the Chondrostei (sturgeons and paddlefishes) and the Neopterygii (bowfin, gars, and teleosts).

  8. Actinopterygii | Article about Actinopterygii by The Free ...

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    A group of bony fishes, also known as actinops or ray-finned fishes, containing about half of all vertebrate species and about 96% of all living “fishes” (a nonmonophyletic group derived from more than one lineage when tetrapods are excluded).

  9. Neopterygii - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Neopterygii (from Greek νέος neos, new, and πτέρυξ pteryx, fin) is a subclass of ray-finned fish (Actinopterygii). Only a few changes occurred during the evolution of neopterygians from the earlier actinopterygians. They appeared sometime in the Late Permian, before the time of the dinosaurs.

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