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Demise of the Scorpaeniformes (Actinopterygii: Percomorpha):An Alternative Phylogenetic Hypothesis
The Scorpaeniformes has been defined by two synapomorphies, the presence of a suborbital stay and a bony parietal structure supporting the sensory canal, but monophyly for the order is stillExpand
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Phylogenetic position of the family Trichodontidae (Teleostei: Perciformes), with a revised classification of the perciform suborder Cottoidei
The phylogenetic relationships of the family Trichodontidae and suborder Cottoidei (and zoarcoid Bathymasteridae) are reconstructed morphologically. The monophyly of the Trichodontidae, Cottoidei,Expand
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Larval record of a red firefish, Pterois volitans, from northwestern Australia (Pisces: Scorpaeniformes)
The larval stage of the scorpaenid Pterois volitans is described based on five specimens (3.8 mill NL-11.0 mill SL) collected from northwestern Australia, the eastern Indian Ocean. The larval stageExpand
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Redefinition and phylogenetic relationships of the family Pinguipedidae (Teleostei: Perciformes)
The phylogenetic relationships of the family Pinguipedidae plus the genus Cheimarrichthys von Haast, 1874, were studied to redefine the family. Based on a phylogenetic analysis using derivedExpand
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Anatomical description and phylogenetic classification of the orbicular velvetfishes (Scorpaenoidea: Caracanthus)
Anatomical characters for two species of the orbicular velvetfishes (Caracanthus) are described, and the phylogenetic position of the genus among the superfamily Scorpaenoidea is estimatedExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships and a new classification of the family Cyclopteridae (Perciformes: Cottoidei).
 Phylogenetic relationships of the family Cyclopteridae were reconstructed based on osteological and external characters.  The monophyly of the family was strongly supported by 47 commonly recognizedExpand
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Anatomical description of the genus Perryena, and proposal to erect a new family for it based on its phylogenetic relationships with related taxa (Scorpaeniformes)
Osteological and myological characters of the genus Perryena are described and the phylogenetic position of the genus is inferred cladistically on the basis of 89 character transformation series,Expand
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An overview of the phylogenetic relationships of the suborder Trachinoidei (Acanthomorpha: Perciformes)
The phylogenetic relationships of the perciform suborder Trachinoidei, currently including 11 families (Cheimarrichthyidae, Pinguipedidae, Percophidae, Trichonotidae, Creediidae, Champsodontidae,Expand
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