Remigolepis walkeri
Remigolepis is not quite as common as Bothriolepis. In contrast to Bothriolepis the pectoral fin is quite short, and Remigolepis may not have been as effective a swimmer as Bothriolepis.

Unlike in Borthriolepis, the body and tail of Remigolepis was covered with tiny bony scales and it is often well preserved in the fossils at Canowindra

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