Wikipedia: Fish scales are dermally derived, specifically in the mesoderm. This fact distinguishes them from reptile scales paleontologically. So aren't reptilia scales also dermally derived?
Were they developed anew or a heritage from fish?
Based on pictures, it seems to me that a vast majority of fish species that have scales do NOT have scales on their heads. Is that fact true? To make this properly answerable: lets' define a ...
What is the evolution of hairs? Did they evolve from scales?