Pectoral girdle and fin anatomy of Gogonasus andrewsae long, 1985: Implications for tetrapodomorph limb evolution

@article{Holland2013PectoralGA,
  title={Pectoral girdle and fin anatomy of Gogonasus andrewsae long, 1985: Implications for tetrapodomorph limb evolution},
  author={Timothy Holland},
  journal={Journal of Morphology},
  year={2013},
  volume={274}
}
Recently discovered material has yielded new information on the pectoral girdle and fin endoskeleton of Gogonasusandrewsae (Frasnian Gogo Formation, Kimberley Region, Western Australia). These elements permit the first comprehensive description of the anocleithrum, cleithrum, scapulocoracoid, and lepidotrichia. New autapomorphies of Gogonasus include a square exposed region on the supracleithrum, an unusual knob‐like process on the scapulocoracoid, a relatively small entepicondyle, and… Expand
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