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Abstract A well-preserved neurocranium with attached partial skull roof is described from the Early Devonian Taemas Formation at Wee Jasper, southern New South Wales, Australia. The dermal ornament,Expand
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Crossopterygian fishes from the Devonian of Antarctica: systematics, relationships and biogeographic significance
Four new genera of osteolepifonns and a new rhizodontifonn genus are described from the Middle-Late Devonian Aztec Siltstone (Beacon Supergroup) of Antarctica. Other indetenninate osteolepid,Expand
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Ordovician microvertebrate remains from the Amadeus Basin, central Australia
ABSTRACT Microvertebrate remains are described from five formations (Pacoota Sandstone, Horn Valley Siltstone, Stairway Sandstone, Stokes Formation, Carmichael Sandstone) in the Ordovician sequenceExpand
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The relationships of placoderm fishes
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The ichthyofauna of an intermittently open estuary: Implications of bar breaching and low salinities on faunal composition
Fish in the shallows of the intermittently open Moore River Estuary in the South-western Australia were sampled monthly between February 1994 and February 1995. The bar at the estuary mouth becameExpand
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The Sinolepidae, a family of antiarchs (placoderm fishes) from the Devonian of South China and eastern Australia
Two new antiarchs are described, from the Late Devonian Hunter Siltstone near Grenfell in south-eastern Australia (Grenfellaspis branagani n.gen., n.sp.), and from the Early Middle Devonian DayaoshanExpand
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An Australian Phanerozoic timescale
Section One: Overview. 1.1: Introduction. 1.2: The Phanerozoic Timescale. 1.3: Biochronology. 1.4: Isotopic Geochronology. 1.5: Magnetostratigraphy. 1.6: Numerical Callibration of Major PhanerozoicExpand
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New information on the structure and relationships of Buchanosteus (Placodermi: Euarthrodira) from the Early Devonian of New South Wales
New material of the Early Devonian placoderm Buchanosteus confertitubercutatus (Chapman) is described, and a revised diagnosis is presented. The new material permits a detailed account of endocranialExpand
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Influence of Exceptionally High Salinities, Marked Variations in Freshwater Discharge and Opening of Estuary Mouth on the Characteristics of the Ichthyofauna of a Normally-Closed Estuary
This study aimed to determine how the characteristics of the ichthyofauna of the normally-closed Wellstead Estuary on the south coast of Western Australia are influenced by the exceptionally highExpand
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