Tze Kei Tse

Tze Kei Tse
The University of Hong Kong | HKU · Department of Earth Sciences

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An unabated surge of new and important discoveries continues to transform knowledge of pen-naraptoran biology and evolution amassed over the last 150+ years. This chapter summarizes progress made thus far in sampling the pennaraptoran fossil record of the Mesozoic and Paleocene and proposes priority areas of attention moving forward. Oviraptorosaur...
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Coverage of Paralycoptera study in HKU's The Review 2015. (The Review 2015 in full at: http://www4.hku.hk/pubunit/review/ebook_Review2015/)
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We describe a Mesozoic fish Paralycoptera sp. (Teleostei: Osteoglossoidei), on the basis of a postcranial skeleton collected from the volcaniclastic mudstones of the Lai Chi Chong Formation of Hong Kong, China. The new finding — representing the city’s first Mesozoic fish — extends the geographical distribution of Paralycoptera from eastern mainlan...
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PrePrint Version: We describe a Mesozoic fish Paralycoptera sp. (Teleostei: Osteoglossoidei), on the basis of a postcranial skeleton collected from the volcaniclastic mudstones of the Lai Chi Chong Formation of Hong Kong, China. The new finding-representing the city's first Mesozoic fish-extends the geographical distribution of Paralycoptera from e...
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We identify an osteoglossoid teleost fish - Paralycoptera - from Late Jurassic volcaniclastic mudstones from the Lai Chi Chong Formation of Hong Kong, China. This partially preserved postcranial skeleton represents the first Mesozoic fish from Hong Kong and the most southerly Paralycoptera to date. A radiometric date for the Lai Chi Chong Formation...

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