Cteniogenys and the discrete success of Choristoderes

Throughout the ages, some body plans and lifestyles seem to be so efficient that they've been repeatedly selected by different groups of organisms. Extant crocoyles are a good example of a successfull design as aquatic ambush predators, inhabiting today's most tropical freshwaters (with two species also consistently adapted to life at sea). Although other extinct … Continue reading Cteniogenys and the discrete success of Choristoderes