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Australian cretaceous terrestrial faunas and floras: biostratigraphic and biogeographic implications
Abstract Nonmarine Cretaceous sediments representing fluvial/lacustrine deposits occur in 22 of Australia's 23 Mesozoic depositional basins. They are associated with open to marginal marine sedimentsExpand
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A revision of Australian Mesozoic and Cenozoic lungfish of the family Neoceratodontidae (Osteichthyes; Dipnoi), with a description of four new species
The taxonomy of the predominantly Australian fossil dipnoan genus, Neoceratodus, is revised and the Recent Australian lungfish, Neoceratodus forsteri, and two fossil species, Neoceratodus eyrensisExpand
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Skull structure in post-Paleozoic lungfish
ABSTRACT Three dimensional reconstructions of the dermal skulls of Ceratodus sturii, Ptychoceratodus serratus, Asiatoceratodus (Arganodus) atlantis, and Mioceratodus gregoryi are described, andExpand
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Four species of Metaceratodus (Osteichthyes: Dipnoi, Family Ceratodontidae) from Australian Mesozoic and Cenozoic deposits
ABSTRACT The ceratodont lungfish Metaceratodus wollastoni is described from new material from central and southern Australia, and three additional species, Metaceratodus ellioti, Metaceratodus bonei,Expand
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Ontogeny of the skull of the Australian lungfish Neoceratodus forsteri (Osteichthyes: Dipnoi)
Development of the sensory lines, dermal skull bones, neurocranium, quadrate, mandible and hyoid apparatus of the Holocene Australian lungfish Neoceratodus forsteri is described, beginning at stageExpand
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The pattern of tooth plate formation in the Australian lungfish, Neoceratodus forsteri Krefft
Tooth plate formation in the Queensland lungfish, Neoceratodus forsteri, Krefft begins with simple groups of isolated cusps, three in each tooth plate. The cusps fuse in ridges radiating from a pointExpand
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Ceratodus diutinus, a New Ceratodont from Cretaceous and Late Oligocene-Medial Miocene Deposits in Australia
Ceratodus diutinus , a new species of ceratodont lungfish similar to but not identical with Ceratodus kaupi Agassiz, 1838–1844, is described from the Lower Cretaceous Griman Creek Formation at GrawanExpand
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The biology of the australian lungfish, Neoceratodus forsteri (krefft 1870)
The literature on the biology of the Australian lungfish, Neoceratodus forsteri (Krefft, 1870), over the past 115 years is reviewed. Relevant unpublished information on the habits, environment, andExpand
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Mesozoic continental vertebrates with associated palynostratigraphic dates from the northwestern Ethiopian plateau
The East African Rift separates the northwestern and southeastern Ethiopian high plateaus, which are capped by massive Cenozoic volcanics overlying thick deposits of marine and nonmarine MesozoicExpand
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Petrodentine in derived Dipnoan tooth plates
Abstract Most lungfish tooth plates, that are arranged in radiating ridges derived from the fusion of separate cusps in young juveniles, are based on a framework of enamel, mantle dentine and boneExpand
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