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FIGURE 1. 1, location of Copăceni in Romania; 2, location of the fossil site on the left bank of Argeș River; 3, outcrop at the Copăceni-Park fossil site. Human scale equals 1.75 m.

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FIGURE 2. Cyprinid fossil remains from Copăceni: 1-2, Leuciscus sp., pharyngeal tooth in lateral (1) and medial (2) views; 3-4, Rutilus cf. frisii, pharyngeal tooth in occlusal (3), and side (4) views; 5-12, Rutilus sp.: 5-6, pharyngeal bone in medial (5) and ventral (6) views, 7-12, pharyngeal teeth in lateral (7, 10, 12), and occlusal (8, 9, 11) views; 13-15, Scardinius cf. ponticus, pharyngeal tooth in medial (13), occlusal (14), and lateral (15) views; 16-18, Scardinius sp. Copăceni, pharyngeal tooth in medial (16), occlusal (17), and lateral (18) views; 19-20, Scardinius sp., pharyngeal tooth in medial (19) and lateral (20) views; 21-22, Chondrostoma sp., pharyngeal tooth in occlusal (21) and lateral (22) views; 23-24, Barbus sp., pharyngeal tooth in occlusal (23) and lateral (24) views; 25-26, Barbinae gen et sp. indet., dorsal fin ray fragment in left (2526) lateral views; 27-28, Carassius sp., pharyngeal tooth in occlusal (27) and lateral (28) views; 29-30, Tinca sp., pharyngeal tooth in occlusal (29) and lateral (30) views; 31, Abramis sp., pharyngeal tooth in lateral view; 32, Squalius sp., pharyngeal tooth in lateral view; 33, Cyprinidae gen et sp. indet., pharyngeal bone fragment in ventral view. All scale bars equal 1 mm.

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FIGURE 3. Carnivorous fish remains from Copăceni: 1-4, Silurus sp., first pectoral fin ray in ventral (1), dorsal (2), medial (3), and proximal (4) views; 5, Silurus sp., cranial bone fragment in dorsal view; 6-17, Salmonidae gen. et sp. indet., isolated vertebrae in anterior (6, 10, 14), lateral (7, 8, 13, 16, 17), ventral (9, 12, 15), and dorsal (11) views; 18-26, Esox sp., isolated maxillary (18-21) and palatal teeth (22-26) in anterior (18, 20, 26), lateral (19, 21, 23, 25), and posterior (22, 24) views; 27-30, Esox sp., isolated vertebra centrum in anterior (27), lateral (28), dorsal (29), and ventral (30) views; 31-33, Perca sp., dorsal fin ray in posterior (31), lateral (32), and anterior (33) views; 34-35, Percidae gen. et sp. indet., premaxilla fragment in antero-medial (34) and ventral (35) views. All scale bars equal 1 mm. See text for inventory numbers.

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