Coelacanth

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Coelacanths
Sî-kan hoān-ûi:
Chá-kî Devon-kí-Oân-sin-sè,[1] 409–0 Ma
Latimeria Chalumnae - Coelacanth - NHMW.jpg
Sai Ìn-tō͘-iûⁿ coelacanth, 1974 tī Comoro Kûn-tó Grand Comoro ê Salimani lia̍h tio̍h ê phiau-pún.
Kho-ha̍k hun-lūi e
Kài: Animalia
Mn̂g: Chordata
Kong: Sarcopterygii
A-kong: Actinistia
Bo̍k: Coelacanthiformes
L. S. Berg, 1937
Kho kap bōe pun kho ê sio̍k

Coelacanths (Eng-gí ho͘-im: /ˈsləkænθ/ (thiaⁿ ) óa-im: "sí-le-kan-suh") sī hî ê chi̍t bo̍k, hâm koh ū ê nn̄g chéng pun tī Latimeria sio̍k lāi-bīn: the Sai Ìn-tō͘-iûⁿ coelacanth (Latimeria chalumnae), chú-iàu chhut tī Hui-chiu tang hái-hōaⁿ ê Comoro Kûn-tó hū-kīn; kap Ìn-nî coelacanth (Latimeria menadoensis).[2]

Coelacanth tn̂g sî-kan hông jīn-ûi sī "oa̍h-hòa-chio̍h", in-ūi kho-ha̍k-ka jīn-ûi in sī chi̍t-ê taxon (hun-lūi tang-goân) ē-té taⁿ chhun--lo̍h-lâi ê chi̍t khoán, kî-tha beh kâng ê lóng taⁿ ū hòa-chio̍h tī--leh,[3] jî-chhiá in tī 400 pah-bān-tang chêng tiō í-keng chìn-hòa kah kap chit-má beh kâng.[1]

Chóng--sī, chi̍t kóa kīn-taⁿ ê gián-kiù tián-sī chhut coelacanth ê hêng-thé sī pí pún-té chai-iáⁿ--ê koh khah kok-iūⁿ.[4][5][6]

Chham-chiàu[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

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  2. Yokoyama, Shozo; Zhang, Huan; Radlwimmer, F. Bernhard; Blow, Nathan S. (1999). "Coelacanths, Coelacanth Pictures, Coelacanth Facts – National Geographic". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 96 (11): 6279. doi:10.1073/pnas.96.11.6279. 2015-10-30 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  3. Fricke, H.; Plante, R. (1988). "Habitat requirements of the living coelacanth Latimeria chalumnae at grande comore, Indian Ocean". Naturwissenschaften. 75 (3): 149–51. Bibcode:1988NW.....75..149F. doi:10.1007/BF00405310. 
  4. Friedman, Matt; Coates, Michael I.; Anderson, Philip (2007). "First discovery of a primitive coelacanth fin fills a major gap in the evolution of lobed fins and limbs". Evolution & Development. 9 (4): 329–37. doi:10.1111/j.1525-142X.2007.00169.x. PMID 17651357. 
  5. Friedman, Matt; Coates, Michael I. (2006). "A newly recognized fossil coelacanth highlights the early morphological diversification of the clade". Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 273 (1583): 245–50. doi:10.1098/rspb.2005.3316. JSTOR 25223279. PMC 1560029Freely accessible. PMID 16555794. 
  6. Wendruff, Andrew J.; Wilson, Mark V. H. (2012). "A fork-tailed coelacanth, Rebellatrix divaricerca, gen. Et sp. Nov. (Actinistia, Rebellatricidae, fam. Nov.), from the Lower Triassic of Western Canada". Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 32 (3): 499–511. doi:10.1080/02724634.2012.657317.