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Late Devonian vertebrate speciation; descendants of pelagic lobe-finned fish including early tetrapods as well as other lobe-finned fish.

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Spreadsheet chart and gradient done with Appleworks, images composited and text added in Photoshop Elements, on a 2001 iBook (G3 466). Contact me at w:user talk:dave souza to request any changes.

  • Enlarged replacement uploaded as image:Fishapods.png, I don't have the software, time or ability to produce a svg version. . Dave souza ( talk) 11:15, 16 November 2008 (UTC)


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