On the phylogenetic position of Gogonasus andrewsae Long 1985, within the Tetrapodomorpha

@article{Holland2009OnTP,
  title={On the phylogenetic position of Gogonasus andrewsae Long 1985, within the Tetrapodomorpha},
  author={Timothy Holland and J. Long},
  journal={Acta Zoologica},
  year={2009},
  volume={90},
  pages={285-296}
}
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 several well-preserved three-dimensional skulls and pectoral girdles, the discovery of the first complete specimen (NMV P221807) made Gogonasus one of the best-known tetrapodomorph fish. Recent studies of pectoral fin structure and the spiracular opening of Gogonasus have suggested an unexpected affinity… Expand
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