Trachicaranx tersus

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(New page: ''Trachicaranx tersus'' is a primitive, pompano-like jack fish from what is now Turkmenistan. It lived in an ocean upwelling with its relative, ''[[Archaeus obl...)
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''Trachicaranx tersus'' is a primitive, [[pompano]]-like [[Carangidae|jack fish]] from what is now [[Turkmenistan]].  It lived in an ocean [[upwelling]] with its relative, ''[[Archaeus oblonga]]'' during the [[Thanetian]] epoch of the late [[Paleocene]].  Some incomplete fossil specimens were once identified as being a separate species, "''Uylyaichthys eugeniae''."
''Trachicaranx tersus'' is a primitive, [[pompano]]-like [[Carangidae|jack fish]] from what is now [[Turkmenistan]].  It lived in an ocean [[upwelling]] with its relative, ''[[Archaeus oblonga]]'' during the [[Thanetian]] epoch of the late [[Paleocene]].  Some incomplete fossil specimens were once identified as being a separate species, "''Uylyaichthys eugeniae''."
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[[Category:Paleocene fish]]
[[Category:Paleocene fish]]
[[Category:Carangidae]]
[[Category:Carangidae]]

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