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meaning: "Oligocene Lactoria"
Named By: James A. Tyler & Ruzena Gregorova in 1991
Time Period: Early Oligocene[1]
Location: Czech Republic
Size: About 55 millimetres long for the holotype
Diet: Omnivore
Fossil(s): Complete individuals
Classification: | Chordata | Gnathostomata | Osteichthyes | Actinopterygii | Tetraodontiformes | Ostraciidae |

Oligolactoria bubiki is an extinct prehistoric boxfish that lived during the Rupelian epoch from the Middle Oligocene of Moravia, Czech Republic.

In life, it would have strongly resembled a modern cowfish (genus Lactoria).

Read more about Oligolactoria at Wikipedia
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