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|Various species of Plourdosteus, from Late Devonian of Canada, Russia and Baltic countries|
Plourdosteus is an extinct genus of placoderm, which was relatively widespread in Euramerica during the Givetian to Frasnian ages of the Devonian. The name Plourdosteus commemorates the Plourde family at Miguasha.
- S. V. Moloshnikov (2008). "The placoderm Plourdosteus livonicus (Eastman) in the early Frasnian of the Central Devonian Field and the trophic structure of the Mikhailovskii Fish Assemblage". Paleontological Journal. 42 (6): 607–614. doi:10.1134/S0031030108060063.
- "Plourdosteus". Miguasha National Park. 2007. Retrieved June 21, 2010.
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