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Fish, amphibian and reptilian faunas from latest Oligocene to middle Miocene localities from Central Turkey


Academic year: 2022

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Supplementary Material 1

Scan settings of the pharyngeal bones of barbins used in the present study

Species Coll. Numbers Resolution (mm)

Tube voltage (kV)

Electrical current of tube (mA) Luciobarbus comizo MNCN 69304 0.038 150 64

Luciobarbus longiceps MNCN E 54 0.026 83 99 Luciobarbus sclateri MNCN 69331 0.03 64 150 Barbus barbus SNSB SPAM-


0.028 10 10

Barbus meridonalis MNCN 19933 0.038 150 64

Barbus sacratus MNCN GUI 17 0.026 83 99


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