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Where are the acanthomorphs?


Acanthomorphs have a cranium, they are Craniates. They have vertebrae, they are Vertebrates. They have jaws, they are Gnathostoms. Their skeleton is bony, they are Osteichthians. Their fin rays are linked to the body by several bones, they are Actinopterygians. At last, the front bones of their mouth are mobile, they are Teleosts.


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Cyclostomes
Lampetra planeriLampetra planeri
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Chondrichthyans
Carcharodon carchariasCarcharodon carcharias
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Actinistians
Latimeria chalumnaeLatimeria chalumnae
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Tetrapods
Hila arboreaHila arborea
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Protopterus aethiopicusProtopterus aethiopicus
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Chondrosteans
Huso husoHuso huso
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Osteoglossomorphs
Gnathonemus petersiiGnathonemus petersii
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elopomorphs
Anguilla anguillaAnguilla anguilla
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Clupea harengusClupea harengus
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Protacanthopterygians
Salmo salarSalmo salar
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