Temporal range: Lower Eocene
It is known only from a series of incomplete skulls. When originally described in 1966, B. ingens was placed in a monotypic family, "Beerichthyidae," within Iniomi. Later, more (also incomplete) skulls were studied by Colin Patterson, who determined that the fish was a louvar.
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- "Perciformes". Paleobiology Database. Retrieved November 18, 2012.
-  Phylogenetic Revision of the Fish Families Luvaridae and †Kushlukiidae (Acanthuroidei), with a New Genus and Two New Species of Eocene Luvarids
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