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Pectoral girdle and fin anatomy of Gogonasus andrewsae long, 1985: Implications for tetrapodomorph limb evolution
  • T. Holland
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of morphology
  • 1 February 2013
Recently discovered material has yielded new information on the pectoral girdle and fin endoskeleton of Gogonasusandrewsae (Frasnian Gogo Formation, Kimberley Region, Western Australia). TheseExpand
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Abstract New material of the Australian Lower Carboniferous rhizodontid Barameda provides additional information on poorly known aspects of rhizodontid anatomy, including the braincase and branchialExpand
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New Information on the Enigmatic Tetrapodomorph Fish Marsdenichthys longioccipitus (Long, 1985)
ABSTRACT The tetrapodomorph fish Marsdenichthys longioccipitus from the Givetian-Frasnian of Mt. Howitt, Victoria, Australia, occupies an uncertain phylogenetic position. Marsdenichthys has beenExpand
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The mandible of Kronosaurus queenslandicus Longman, 1924 (Pliosauridae, Brachaucheniinae), from the Lower Cretaceous of northwest Queensland, Australia
ABSTRACT The complete mandible of the brachauchenine thalassophonean pliosaurid Kronosaurus queenslandicus Longman, 1924, is described for the first time from specimen KK F0630, discovered from theExpand
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On the phylogenetic position of Gogonasus andrewsae Long 1985, within the Tetrapodomorpha
Within the Tetrapodomorpha, the Late Devonian Gogonasus andrewsae of the Gogo Formation, Gogo, Western Australia, has occupied an uncertain phylogenetic position. Following the description of severalExpand
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Unique pelvic fin in a tetrapod-like fossil fish, and the evolution of limb patterning
Significance The fossil fish Rhizodus hibberti, a member of the tetrapod stem group, shows a unique skeletal pattern in the pelvic fin. Rather than the highly conserved one-to-two pattern of a femur,Expand
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Morphology and phylogeny of ‘Osteolepiform’ fishes : new insights from Australian fossils
New Australian ‘osteolepidid’ tetrapodomorph fish material is described, constituting members of the paraphyletic ‘Osteolepiformes’. This early Late Devonian material (ranging between Givetian andExpand
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